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Kin 470 - Exercise Physiology
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Exercise Physiology KIN 470 Professor Debold Dept of Kinesiology Of all the classes I took during my time at UMass Kin 470 has undoubtedly prepared me the best for my physical therapy studies Former KIN 470 Student Exercise Physiology study of acute and chronic effects of exercise on the body Power output Walking 50 Watts Sprinting 2000 Watts Cardiac output Rest 5l min Max Exercise 35l min Exercise Physiology s impact on sports performance Clap skates Enables use of gastrocnemius muscle Full swimsuit Reduces drag What do performance enhancing drugs do Why do endurance athletes blood dope and use EPO Exercise Physiology and Health Reduces risk of heart disease stroke diabetes cancer Manage weight and maintain muscle mass as you age Anti aging medication Take for 2 5 hours week May even make you smarter How does exercise do all this Who am I and what do I research Professor Ned Debold Rested Fatigued I know what you did last year Questions we will address in Exercise Physiology How do we get energy from food How are the physiological systems able to meet the demands of exercise Heart Muscles Lungs What signals drive these changes How does the body adapt to chronic exercise Why do we fatigue when we exercise Kinesiology 470 Exercise Physiology Fall 2013 Course Objectives To provide the foundation for understanding energy metabolism energy transfer acute responses to exercise and chronic adaptations to various types of exercise training To understand the mechanisms responsible for the respiratory cardiovascular muscular and endocrine responses to exercise and exercise training To understand the physiology and basic laboratory assessment of exercise performance To gain an understanding of selected aspects of exercise physiology that concern training and conditioning thermoregulation gender differences and health outcomes in various populations Format Lectures Team based learning exercises Groups of 3 4 students work to solve a problem E g calculate kcals for a marathon WR unannounced 5 of total grade Laboratory component start next week Application of ideas from the lecture Room 10 Totman Pre requisites All of the following courses must be COMPLETED prior to enrolling in KIN 470 KIN 110 270 271 272 and 273 Learning Aids Text Scott K Powers and Edward T Howley Exercise Physiology Theory and Application to Fitness and Performance 10th 9th or 8th edition Copies are available at Amazon com new and used copies UMass Textbook Annex used and digital copies through CafeScribe com Materials for lecture and lab will be posted on the course website which can be accessed through MOODLE at https moodle umass edu Check the MOODLE site frequently as announcements quizzes schedule changes and other assignments will be posted there Instructor Professor Debold 158 Totman phone number 545 4944 email edebold kin umass edu Office hours Tues Thurs 11 15 12 05pm Graduate Student Teaching Assistants Matt Unger Liam Fitzgerald John Chase mpunger umass edu lffitzgerald umass edu jchase umass edu Evaluation Grading for this class is based on the following 3 exams 2 mid terms and 1 final Exam 1 20 of your final grade Exam 2 20 of final grade Final Exam 25 of final grade 20 on final section 5 cumulative Assignments small group and in class work 5 of final grade Lab grade see separate Lab Syllabus 30 of final grade Grading Scale A 93 100 A 90 92 9 B 87 89 9 B 83 86 9 B 8082 9 C 77 79 9 C 73 76 9 C 7072 9 D 62 69 9 F 62 Exams and other written assignments It is the student s responsibility to take all exams at the scheduled times If a student is ill or has other extenuating personal circumstances that prevent him her from meeting class requirements one of the following is required 1 note from physician verifying illness or 2 note from coach verifying sport team travel If approved a make up exam must be taken within 1 week of the scheduled exam Makeup exams will consist of open ended essay style questions To be fair to all of the students in the class there are no exceptions to Timeline of Team based in class assignments In class Team based exercises are unannounced Notification of absence w in 48hrs of class Provide documentation Must make up w in 1 week Your name must be on the assignment to get credit Special considerations Any student with a documented disability by Disability Services 231 Whitmore Building is required to contact Dr Debold at the beginning of the semester so that we may work out reasonable accommodations to support your success in this course It is the policy of the University to accord students on an individual basis the opportunity to observe their traditional religious holidays Students wishing to observe a religious holiday must provide advance written notification to Dr Debold by the end of the second week of classes Academic Honesty Policy Intellectual honesty requires that students demonstrate their own learning during examinations and other academic exercises and that other sources of information or knowledge be appropriately credited No form of cheating plagiarism fabrication or facilitating of dishonesty will be condoned in the University community The integrity of the academic enterprise of any institution of higher education requires honesty in scholarship and research Academic honesty is therefore required of all students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst Academic dishonesty includes but is not limited to Cheating Fabrication Plagiarism Facilitating dishonesty Sanctions will be imposed on any student who has committed an act of academic dishonesty See http www umass edu ombuds honesty php Plagiarism in Lab Reports Knowingly representing the words or ideas of another as one s own work in any academic exercise 1st case will result in loss of all credit for the lab exercise 2nd case will result a zero for the lab portion of the class 30 of course grade Course Outline Ch 2 Control of the Internal Environment Ch 3 Bioenergetics Ch 4 Exercise Metabolism February 27th Exam 1 Ch 9 Circulatory Responses to Exercise Ch 10 Respiration During Exercise March 27th Exam 2 Ch 8 Skeletal Muscle Structure and Function Ch 12 Temperature Regulation Ch 13 The Physiology of Training Tips for success 1 Read section before class 2 Go over notes right after class 3 Clarify misunderstandings with Prof and TA s ASAP 4 Prepare for Exams by making and answering questions on the material Tips for success 1 Read section before class 2 Go over notes right after class 3 Clarify misunderstandings with


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