Clinical Exercise Sciences 101 / 1 Credit
- Assess the effects of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) on exercise-induced intestinal injury as well as muscle hypertrophy and protein synthesis.
- Summarize relevant scientific literature concerning the development of effective training programs for the purposes of improving power production.
- Review the mechanisms responsible for improved cardiovascular and skeletal muscle metabolic control that occur as a result of low-volume, high-intensity training.
- Outline the neuroendocrine-immune interactions and communication pertaining to exercise.
- Differentiate the health parameter effects of a High Intensity Training (HIT) intervention with prolonged moderate intensity training and strength training.
Course Reviews: reviews in this course are also available in MP3 format
- Relation of Ibuprofen to Exercise-Induced Intestinal Injury & Muscle Damage
- Developing Maximal Neuromuscular Power - Training Considerations
- Adaptations to Low-Volume High-Intensity Interval Training in Health & Disease
- Neuro-Endocrine & Immune Responses to Exercise
- High Intensity Training for Promoting Health