This course must be taken concurrently with EXER.4060, Foundations of Strength and Conditioning. The laboratory experiences allow students to observe the concepts discussed in the lecture co-requisite course; develop the psychomotor skills necessary for practical applications; work collaboratively in groups; and develop skills in scientific method including written communication. The course is organized to develop students' critical thinking as an active participant in class. Students are expected to develop practical skills in the laboratory consistent with current standards of practice, learn to administer exercise tolerance tests, interpret and present exercise test data, and develop simple assessment and treatment programs for all clients. (cont'd)
Co-req: EXER.4060 Foundations of Strength and Conditioning.