Exercise Physiology II
This course is designed to build on the concepts learned in EHS 380 and provide students with applied knowledge and a more in-depth practical laboratory experience. Specific topic areas to be covered include; 1) physiological factors affecting training and performance, 2) exercise and environmental factors (e.g., altitude, thermoregulation), 3) ergogenic aids, 4) exercise in special populations (e.g., diabetes, pulmonary disease). This is primarily a laboratory course that will use lectures to discuss findings and interpret the results from the laboratory experience.
Pre Requisites: Pre-req = EHS 380 (grade of C or higher) and EHS 385 and EHS 386EHS Students Only