Provides students with the ability to develop and to implement sport-specific training programs, including periodization of the training cycle. Sport-specific conditioning of aerobic and anaerobic systems, including strength training, and discussion of short- and long-term benefits of specialized programs. Emphasis will be on appraisal and determination of individualized training needs and the establishment of personal performance goals. Includes instruction in the proper techniques and execution of training activities, as well as skill development in client education. Practical mastery is included.
Prerequisite: HPHP 201
credits: 3 credits (3 lecture hours), fall semester