Health Risk Profiles and Fitness Assessment Techniques - Online
Professional Education

This online, 50-hour course teaches students how to assess and evaluate cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular testing techniques, joint ROM, flexibility, body-fat analysis, blood pressure, and body measurements based on ACSM guidelines. Topics include client screening procedures, medical and health history intake forms, identifying high-risk clients, determining the appropriate test, conducting the test, and evaluating the results. Six-week Course Outline: I. Introduction to Health Risk Profiles and Fitness Assessments and Written Project Details; II. Posture/Body Alignment Assessments and Quiz 1 Due; III. Goniometer Assessments; IV.Cardiovascular Assessments and Quiz 2 Due; V. Body Fat Composition Testing and Measurements; VI. Written Project Due and Final Exam Objectives: 1. Students will gain an understanding of the process of conducting an initial Fitness and Health evaluation for a new member or potential client; 2. Students will learn a systematic approach to conduct fitness and health assessments; 3. Students will learn how to evaluate and assess a clients medical/health history and fitness/health assessments performed.

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Class Sections For Health Risk Profiles and Fitness Assessment Techniques - Online (PROEA 208)

Fall 2018 Section 1

Type: Online
FAQ: Please call 801-585-1780
Tuition: $299.00

Instructor: Staff

Note: Professional Education partners with EFS on the content for this program. You should expect an email from EFS that will include log-in information. This is an online, self-paced class. Once you log in, you will have eight weeks to complete 50 clock-hours of instruction. This course does not qualify for U of U employee tuition reduction or Emeritus discount benefits.

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