Functional Testing and Exercise
Students will gain detailed understanding of how daily functional movement patterns and regular functional exercise contribute to optimal levels of functional fitness and promote management and reduction of musculoskeletal pain, prevention of musculoskeletal injury, rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injury, and enhanced athletic performance. Students will learn essential concepts and principles regarding functional movement assessment and how to accurately monitor changes in functional fitness across time.
 Hours2.0 Credit, 2.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 TaughtSpring even years
Course Outcomes: 

Basic Science Principles

Synthesize principles of anatomy, physiology, pathomechanics, neurophysiology, and statistics as they relate to sports medicine and rehabilitation

Oral Presentation

Orally present critical analyses or original data as they relate to each EXSC 625R topic

Evaluate Literature

Critically evaluate the literature as it relates to each EXSC 625R topic