Fitness Assessment II

September 6, 2022

Semester 2 | 56 hours (2-hour lecture/2-hour lab)

In this course, students will review health screening and fitness assessment protocols.  A systematic approach to fitness and lifestyle appraisal will be followed in this hands-on practical course.  Students will use knowledge and skills gained in semester 1 and will continue to build on these skills.  A variety of assessments will be used to gain additional useful information to develop an effective client-centered fitness and life-style action plan.  An emphasize will be placed on the health benefits of physical activity and communicating those benefits to healthy individuals.   Assessment components covered include, pre-appraisal screening, health-related questionnaires, body composition, aerobic fitness, musculoskeletal fitness, balance, functional movement screen and occupational fitness.  Modifications for individual with disabilities will be explored

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