KINS 4229 Physiology of Exercise
2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory; 3 credits
Physiological factors involved in bodily movement and performance of work. Such phenomena as responsive changes in circulation and respiration coincident with exercise, and adaptation to environmental conditions. Efficiency, physical fitness, coordination, and fatigue.
Prerequisite: Physical Education/Kinesiolgy 3271 [22.71] and 3275 [22.75] or the equivalent.
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