|KIN2082||Introductory Exercise Physiology||3 ch (3C)|
This is a course in applied human physiology that focuses on developing a conceptual model to explain how the nervous, muscular, metabolic and cardiorespiratory systems function together to allow human movement. In this course the student will examine the cellular and systemic changes that take place within the body during the performance of physical work in a variety of modalities, intensities and durations.
Prerequisite: C grade or better in BIOL 2721 Human Physiology II. NOTE: Credit will not be given for both KIN 2082 and KIN 3081.