Level/category

Extension studies

Teaching language

Swedish

Type of course

Compulsory

Cycle/level of course

First

Recommended year of study

3

Total number of ECTS

5 cr

Competency aims

The aim of the course is that the student understands the
possibilities of exercise testing and training when
developing different physical qualities of the individual in
order to perform in the best possible way from the
physiological point of view. The student can plan, execute
and assess an exercise training and physical testing event
for a given target group in sports. The student is aware of
the basic values and ethical principles in anti-doping. The
student learns to work both independently and in a group,
search for, critically evaluate and deal with information and
develop him/herself in his/her own expert area in sports.

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course the student is expected to be able
to

  • Understand the testing and training of different physical
    performance qualities, their training principles and the
    connections between different physical performance
    qualities on a deeper and broader physiological level.
  • Know how different environmental conditions can affect
    sports performance.
  • Be aware of ethical principles in anti-doping.
  • Plan, execute and assess exercise training and physical
    testing according to the goals in sports.
  • Find and utilize scientific information in order to motivate
    his/her choices in exercise testing and training.

Course contents

Contents:

  • Training and testing of physical performance
  • Mechanisms of effect and methods in physical training
  • Training in different environmental conditions
  • Doping

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Science of sports oaching and fitness testing, Exercise
Physiology

Additional information

Attendance at lectures is compulsory.

Recommended or required reading

Material (articles, lectures etc.) at Itslearning and in the
assignments

Bellardini, H., Henriksson, A. & Tonkonogi, M. 2009. Tester
och mätmetoder för idrott och hälsa. Sisu idrottsböcker.

Bompa & Haff. 2009. Periodization: Theory and
methodology of Training. 5th edition. Human Kinetics.

Cook, G. 2010. Movement. Functional Movement Systems:
Screening, Assessment and Corrective Strategies. Lotus
Publishing.

Dwyer, G.B. & Davis, S.E. (ed) 2005. ACSM’s Health-related
Physical Fitness Assessment Manual. Wolters Kluwer,
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Fleck, S.J. & Kraemer, W.J. 2004. Designing resistance
training programs. Third edition. Human Kinetics.

Katch V.L., McArdle W.D. & Katch F.I. 2011. Essentials of
exercise Physiology. Fourth edition. Lippincott Williams and
Wilkins.

Kenney, W.L., Wilmore, J.H. & Costill, D.L. 2015. Physiology
of Sport and Exercise. Human Kinetics.

Keskinen, K.L., Häkkinen, K. & Kallinen, M (ed) 2004 eller
nyare. Kuntotestauksen käsikirja. Liikuntatieteellinen seura.

Larsen, F. & Mattsson, M. 2013. Kondition och uthållighet
för träning, tävling och hälsa. SISU Idrottsböcker.

Tanner, R. & Gore, C. (ed) 2013. Physiological tests for elite
athletes. Second Edition. Human Kinetics.

Thomeé, R., Augustsson, J., Wernbom, M., Augustsson, S.
& Karlsson, J. 2008. Styrketräning för idrott, motion och
rehabilitering. SISU Idrottsböcker.

Thompson, W.R., Gordon, N.F. & Pescatello, L.S. (ed) 2010.
ACSM’s Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription.
Eight Edition. Wolters Kluwer, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Study activities

  • Lectures - 11 hours
  • Individual- and group instruction - 6 hours
  • Practical exercises - 12 hours
  • Small-group work - 48 hours
  • Project- and production work/artistic activities - 27 hours
  • Individual studies - 8 hours
  • Internet-based studies - 11 hours
  • Seminars - 12 hours

Workload

  • Total workload of the course: 135 hours
  • Of which autonomous studies: 135 hours
  • Of which scheduled studies: 0 hours

Mode of Delivery

Participation in tuition

Assessment methods

  • Demonstrations and proficiency exams
  • Essays, reports, productions and portfolio

Assessment requirements

The course grade comes from the Part 1 'Testing and
training' which contains a project work (theoretical and
practical work). In addition, each student has to participate
in the compulsory lessons and return assignments in time
according to the instructions. The assignments have either
neutral (±0) or positive (+1) effect on the course grade.

Teacher

Jungell Jacob

Examiner

Jungell Jacob

Group size

No limit

Assignments valid until

12 months after course has ended

Assessment methods

  • Date will be announced later - Demonstrations and presentations
  • Date will be announced later - Reports and productions

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