PHRE 3042 – Group Exercise

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PHRE 5003 – High Performance Training for Sport

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5003 Workout log

Please indicate up to 3 exercises or assessments you'd like to track each workout. Change the TYPE field to switch between power/resistance/aerobic/assessment. When indicating interval style training, simply list the length of your work interval in duration (with # of repeats as sets).
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PHRE 3045 – Sports Injuries

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The lab portion of PHRE 3045 focuses on:

  • Dealing with various athletic injuries
  • Taping
  • Self-myofascial Release
  • Posture

Target Population: 18 – 65 year old, clients who have been injured

  • Professor: Tim Rush
  • Lab Instructor: Tim Rush and Sarah King
  • Technician: Daniel MacDougall
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PHRE 3044 – Special Populations

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The lab portion of PHRE 3044 focuses on:

  • This course focuses on adaptive exercise techniques for a variety of populations (i.e. pregnancy, older adults, disabilities, and chronic disease).
  • Students will learn how to modify exercises and/or equipment to effectively and safely accommodate these groups.

Target Population: Various

  • Professor: Tim Rush
  • Lab Instructor(s): Tim Rush, Sarah King
  • Lab Technicians: Jasmine Collins, Dan MacDougall

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Below you’ll find a record of any time you did not receive 4 out of 4 for lab participation/professionalism, as well as the reason for why you received the grade you did. If you believe the grade was given in error, please contact your lab instructor.

Date Lab Number Grade Issue(s) Comment FOL Score
September 10, 2019 Lab 1 4 3.3/5
September 10, 2019 Lab 1 4 3.3/5
September 11, 2019 Lab 1 4 3.3/5
September 17, 2019 Lab 2 4 3.3/5
September 17, 2019 Lab 2 0 Non-excused absence 3.3/5
September 18, 2019 Lab 2 4 3.3/5
September 24, 2019 Lab 3 4 3.3/5
September 24, 2019 Lab 3 0 Non-excused absence 3.3/5
October 1, 2019 Lab 4 0 Non-excused absence 3.3/5



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PHRE 3043 – Functional Movement and Conditioning

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The lab portion of PHRE 3043 focuses on:

  • Functional movement screening
  • Vocational fitness testing
  • Understanding the role of instability training
  • Circuit training

Target Population: 18 – 65 year old, healthy adults
Professor: Sarah King

Lab Schedule

Section Day | Time Instructor Techician
PHRE-3043-01-20F Online | Varies Sarah King None
PHRE-3043-02-20F Online | Varies Sarah King None
PHRE-3043-03-20F Online | Varies Sarah King None

PHRE 1045 – Resistance Training

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Squat
  1. Instruct client to stand with feet approximately shoulder width apart, toes pointed slightly out.
  2. Discuss the importance of maintaining as erect a torso as possible (neutral spine).
  3. Instruct client to keep knees aligned with toes (knees don't collapse in)
  4. Discuss target ROM (squat until knees are bent below 90 degrees)
  5. Cue client to keep weight back (e.g.: weight over ankles or more towards heels than toes)
Resistance Training
Lunge
  1. Mention the importance of maintaining as erect a torso as possible (neutral spine).
  2. Determine a stance length/width that should allow the client to be balanced.
  3. Discuss knee tracking
  4. Explain target range-of-motion (i.e. knees form a 90˚angle at the bottom of the movement.)
  5. Cue client to push off through the mid-foot of the lead leg
Resistance Training
Hinge
  1. Stand with feet ~hip width apart, with a slight knee bend.
  2. Have client retract shoulder blades, maintain as erect a torso as possible.
  3. Explain target range-of-motion (i.e. torso parallel to ground)
  4. Observe movement through the hips and not the knees.
Resistance Training
Push
  1. Start with arms extended, slight bend in elbow
  2. Have clients position hands ~ shoulder width apart
  3. Keep feet in contact with floor, bracing the core.
  4. Discuss target ROM (elbows to 90° angle or 1" below)
Resistance Training
Pull
  1. Discuss impact of pronated vs. supinated grip
  2. Mention the importance of maintaining as erect a torso as possible (neutral spine).
  3. Explain target ROM
  4. Initiate movement with elbow flexion, ensuring adequate shoulder retraction.
Resistance Training
Plank
  1. Mention the importance and demonstrate the concept of neutral spine
  2. From the prone position, have client brace against forearms, with elbows positioned under the shoulders, legs fully extended and the toes pointed down to the floor
  3. Explain and cue engaging the core
  4. Have client attempt to hold position for at least 30 seconds
Resistance Training

PHRE 3055 – Cardiovascular Training

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This course focuses on the principles and techniques of cardiovascular training. The theory, safety issues and appropriate training progressions for initiating aerobic training programs will be emphasized. Students are prepared to assess aerobic fitness and prescribe appropriate training programs for various clients. This course also provides a personal experience in cardiovascular training.

Target Population: 18 – 65 year old, healthy adults

  • Class Professor: Lyndsay Fitzgeorge
  • Lab Professors: Lyndsay Fitzgeorge & Sarah King
  • Lab Technicians: Jasmine Collins

Lab Schedule

wk Lab Content Lab Evaluation (ongoing: infractions 5%, participation 5%)
1 No lab Purchase lab uniform and HR monitor
2 Screening; HR/BR response to CV exercise
3 Intro to intensity Lab Quiz #1 (2.5%)
4 CV Assessment: treadmill walking Lab Report #1 (2.5%)
5 CV Assessment: bike Lab Report #2 (2.5%)
6 CV Assessment: treadmill jogging Lab Report #3 (2.5%)

Study Week

7 CV Assessment: treadmill Running Lab Report #4 (2.5%)
8 20M Shuttle Run Lab (March 5th, 4-6pm); Lab Demo #1 (5%; Resting HR & BP, schedule will be posted)
9 SS Training Lab Demo #2 (5%; during lab time, attend lab as usual)
10 Tempo Training
11 Intervals & REPS Lab Demo #3 (5%; during lab time, attend lab as usual)
12 Practice Skills Lab Quiz #2 (2.5%)
13 Practical assessment Practical Assessment (25%; half class)
14 Practical assessment Practical Assessment (25%; half class)
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PHRE 1041 – Principles of Fitness

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The lab portion of PHRE 1041 focuses on:

  • Basic exercise screening
  • Methods of quantifying exercise intensity
  • Body weight training for fundamental movement patterns: pushing, pulling, squatting, lunging, hinging, gait and core training (stabilization, rotation, flexion, extension)

Target Population: 18 – 65 year old, healthy adults

  • Professor: Graeme Thomas
  • Lab Instructor(s): Sarah King
  • Lab Technicians: 
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Competency Teaching points (The value of each point can be found at the end of each line.)
Goblet Squat + Bird Dog
  1. Instruct client to stand with feet approximately shoulder width apart, toes pointed slightly out. | 1
  2. Discuss the importance of maintaining as erect a torso as possible (neutral spine) throughout the movement. | 1
  3. Instruct client to keep knees aligned with toes (knees don't collapse in) | 1
  4. Discuss target ROM (squat until knees are bent below 90 degrees) | 1
  5. Cue client to keep weight back (e.g.: weight over ankles or more towards heels than toes) | 1
  6. Client completes at least 10 reps. | 1
  7. Screen pain/discomfort during squat. | 1
  8. Offer client the option to use a mat | 1
  9. Explain and cue engaging the core, keeping pelvis stable | 1
  10. Instruct and verify client can fully extend a single leg (while maintaining neutral spine) | 1
  11. Instruct and verify client can fully extend a single arm (while maintaining neutral spine) | 1
  12. Instruct and verify client can fully extend the opposing arm-leg, hold for ~2 seconds | 1
  13. Perform 6-8 reps per side | 1
  14. Screen pain/discomfort during bird-dog | 1
  15. Explain a stretch appropriate for a novice client that targets the muscles trained in the squat. | 1
Split Squat + Push-Up
  1. Determine a stance length/width that should allow the client to be balanced. | 1
  2. Mention the importance of maintaining as erect a torso as possible (neutral spine) throughout the movement. | 1
  3. Explain target range-of-motion (i.e. knees form a 90˚angle at the bottom of the movement.) | 1
  4. Cue client to push off through the heel of the lead leg | 1
  5. Complete 8-10 reps per leg | 1
  6. Screen pain/discomfort during split squat | 1
  7. Offer client the option to use a mat | 1
  8. Have client assume a prone position (lying face down) on the floor with the legs fully extended and the toes pointed down to the floor. | 1
  9. Cue your client to keep the core engaged (torso should remain in a straight line; neutral spine) | 1
  10. Have client place their hands on the floor, palms down, ~ 1 to 3 inches wider than shoulder-width apart with the elbows pointed outward. | 1
  11. Explain the impact of moving hands closer in/further away from shoulder-width | 1
  12. Have client push (i.e. fully extend the elbows), then lower the body by allowing the elbows to flex to a 90° angle (or a position where the chest is hovering 1-2″ above the ground) | 1
  13. Complete at least 10 reps | 1
  14. Screen pain/discomfort during push-up | 1
  15. Explain a stretch appropriate for a novice client that targets the muscles trained in the split squat. | 1
Hip Bridging + Plank
  1. Offer client option to use a mat | 1
  2. Have client lie on their back, feet planted on the floor. Arms at sides for balance | 1
  3. Explain that movement involves client thrusting hips forward to full extension by pushing off heels and contracting glutes | 1
  4. Watch client demonstrate movement, helping client achieve full extension, if necessary | 1
  5. Complete at least 10 reps | 1
  6. Screen pain/discomfort during bridge | 1
  7. Demonstrate/teach progression to 1-leg bridge | 1
  8. Again, offer client the option to use a mat | 1
  9. Mention the importance of maintaining as erect a torso as possible (neutral spine) throughout the movement | 1
  10. In a prone position, have client brace against forearms, with elbows positioned under the shoulders, legs fully extended and the toes pointed down to the floor | 1
  11. Explain and cue engaging the core | 1
  12. Instruct the client to raise body upward until body is help in a straight line | 1
  13. Have client attempt to hold position for at least 30 seconds | 1
  14. Screening of pain/discomfort during plank | 1
  15. Explain a stretch appropriate for a novice client that targets the muscles used in the hip bridge | 1
Inverted Row + McGill Crunch
  1. Position a bar in a rack to a height that will allow client to extend arms without lying on the floor | 1
  2. Using a slightly wider than shoulder width grip (hands pronated), have client hang underneath the bar | 1
  3. Client’s body should be straight (neutral spine) with heels on the ground with their arms fully extended | 1
  4. Instruct the client to initiate movement by flexing the elbow, pulling their chest towards the bar. Pause then return to starting position | 1
  5. Complete at least 10 reps | 1
  6. Screening pain/discomfort during row | 1
  7. Offer your client a mat | 1
  8. Have client lie on their back on the floor with one leg extended straight and flat on the floor, the knee of the opposite leg should be bent and the foot flat | 1
  9. Explain to client the desired range-of-motion and target muscle activation | 1
  10. Have client place their hands hands palms down on the floor underneath the natural arch in their lower back | 1
  11. Have client slowly raise their head and shoulders off the floor without bending the lower back or spine | 1
  12. Hold this position for 7 to 10 seconds, then lower torso back to mat | 1
  13. Complete 3-5 repetitions | 1
  14. Screening pain/discomfort during crunch | 1
  15. Explain a stretch appropriate for a novice client that targets the muscles used in the row | 1
Walking Lunge
  1. Screen unloaded split squat mechanics on flat surface | 1
  2. Review stance and establish comfortable width | 1
  3. Discuss knee tracking and optimal range-of-motion | 1
  4. Discuss neutral spine and need for core stability | 1
  5. Establish non-dominant leg, cue client to start with that side | 1
  6. Stay in client line-of-sight while they move | 1
  7. Have client demonstrate unloaded walking lunge at least 8 reps (both legs) | 1
  8. Screen pain/discomfort | 1
  9. Establish effective working load, have client pick up the weight, get into position | 1
  10. Have client complete additional 8 reps (both legs) | 2
  11. Re-screen pain/discomfort | 1
  12. Include teaching point | 1
  13. Include teaching point | 1
  14. Include teaching point | 1
Seated Dumbbell Shoulder Press
  1. Set bench to proper position | 1
  2. Discuss neutral spine and proper posture | 1
  3. Explain how to get weights into start position | 1
  4. Discuss impact of grip (pronated vs. neutral) | 1
  5. Discuss optimal range-of-motion/not banging weights | 1
  6. Review safe spotting | 1
  7. Establish a warm-up load, have client complete at least 8 reps | 1
  8. Screen pain/discomfort | 1
  9. Establish effective working load, assist client getting weights into position | 1
  10. Have client complete additional 8-12 reps | 1
  11. Demonstrate proper spotting technique | 1
  12. Re-screen pain/discomfort | 1
  13. Include teaching point | 1
  14. Include teaching point | 1
  15. Include teaching point | 1
Seated Row
  1. Discuss neutral spine/proper posture | 1
  2. Review various grips (pronated vs. neutral vs. supinated) | 1
  3. Discuss impact of legs in retrieving/returning the handle | 1
  4. Discuss optimal range-of-motion | 1
  5. Discuss limiting momentum | 1
  6. Choose appropriate handle/grip | 1
  7. Establish a warm-up load, have client complete at least 8 reps | 1
  8. Ensure client is activating rhomboids/posterior deltoids and not just using biceps | 1
  9. Screen pain/discomfort | 1
  10. Establish effective working load, ensure client safely gets handle into position | 1
  11. Have client complete additional 8-12 reps | 1
  12. Re-screen pain/discomfort | 1
  13. Include teaching point | 1
  14. Include teaching point | 1
  15. Include teaching point | 1
Lat Pulldown
  1. Install bar safely | 1
  2. Ensure knee pad installed at correct height | 1
  3. Review proper posture/torso alignment | 1
  4. Discuss various grips (pronated vs. neutral vs. supinated) | 1
  5. Discuss limiting momentum | 1
  6. Review optimal range-of-motion | 1
  7. Establish a warm-up load, have client complete at least 8 reps | 1
  8. Ensure client is activating lats and not just using biceps | 1
  9. Screen pain/discomfort | 1
  10. Establish effective working load, have client complete additional 8-12 reps | 1
  11. Re-screen pain/discomfort | 1
  12. Remove bar safely | 1
  13. Include teaching point | 1
  14. Include teaching point | 1
  15. Include teaching point | 1
Lab 7 Practice Video
  1. Check this box | 5
  2. Do not check this box | 5
  3. Also check this box | 5
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