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Lab Assessment of Performance

Program: 

DPESS-Undergraduate

 Vo2

Semester: 

VII

Course Code: 

MK1109

Teacher(s): 

Athanasios Jamurtas

 

Introduction

The aim of the course is 

  1. to allow the student to get an understanding of the organization and operation of a biochemistry of exercise laboratory. The student will be able to measure metabolites (ie glucose, lactic acid) hematocrit, hemoglobin etc that are essential for exercise performance. The course will begin with an introduction of the major equipments in the lab (phasmatophotometer, centrifugor, water bath etc) and will carry on with several experiments.

  2. To familiarize the student with the biomechanical methods and instruments for the assessment of sports abilities and for analysis of technique in several sports and to develop criteria for optimization of sports performance based on quantified data.

Key Learning Outcomes and Skills

 

 

Bibliography

American College of Sports Medicine Guidelines for Exercise Testing and

Exercise Prescription, 9th Edition, 2014.

Hay, J., G. (1978). The biomechanics of sports techniques (2d ed.). Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall.