|UCAS course code||C609|
|Course type||Full-time, Part-time route available|
|Location||City College Plymouth|
Testing and Monitoring Athletes (CITY1122)
This module examines the process and practicalities of testing various fitness/movement components that are crucial to athletic performance. Learners will develop their understanding of how, what, why and when to test athletes based on the requirements of individual activities. In addition to this learners will develop different methods of monitoring changes in performance.
Theory and Practice of Coaching (PSCFD116)
Introductory Sports Therapy (PSCFD118)
Strength and Conditioning Fundamentals (PSCFD119)
Biomechanics of Sport (PSCFD120)
Anatomy & Exercise Physiology (PSCFD122)
This module focuses on developing an understanding of how the skeletal, muscular and nervous systems interact to provide movement for athletic performance. The module also examines the structure and function of bodily systems in relation exercise and adaptation principles.
Strength and Conditioning Clinic (PSCFD226)
Research Design (PSCFD229)
Sports Nutrition (PSCFD230)
Advanced Exercise Sciences (PSCFD231)
An in-depth exploration of how physiological systems of the human body react and adapt to various forms of exercise and training stimuli. Commonly accepted concepts and theories will be studied whilst alternate/current training methods/trends will be considered.
Sports Rehabilitation (PSCFD232)
This module focuses on the effective recovery and rehabilitation of athletes. Various methods of recovery from exercise will be examined and the planning of effective rehabilitation programmes will be considered.
Periodisation for Elite Performance (PSCFD225)
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