PHRE 3055 – Cardiovascular Training

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This course focuses on learning various health and fitness assessments.

Target Population: 18 – 65 year old, healthy adults

  • Class Professor: Sarah King
  • Lab Professor: Sarah King
  • Lab Technicians: Jasmine Collins

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Learning how to evaluate the coaching style of others, as well as provide constructive criticism, is a vital component of improving as a fitness professional. As a result, you are being asked to serve as trainer, client and peer evaluator for various skills and competencies over your time in FHP.

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Competency Teaching points (The value of each point can be found at the end of each line.)
Single Stage Treadmill Walking Assessment (Ebbeling)
  1. Chose appropriate fitness assessment for client and gather necessary data to predict VO2max from assessment| 1
  2. Explain intensity of warm-up and workload and complete necessary calculations (50%, 70%, 85%)| 1
  3. Have an effective conversation to determine a suitable starting speed for client's warm-up and workload | 1
  4. Orient client to the equipment, ensure comfort with equipment (including HR monitor and RPE scale)| 1
  5. Explain the RPE scale and collect RPE data when appropriate throughout assessment | 1
  6. Prior to starting test, ensure client understands protocol and remind them to let you know if they feel pain or want to stop at any time | 1
  7. Change intensity when appropriate (for and in warm-up) | 1
  8. Change intensity when appropriate (for and in workload)| 1
  9. Stop test when appropriate (i.e., sign of intolerance or able to get accurate aerobic fitness data from test) and provide adequate recovery | 1
  10. Gather enough information to draft starting CV training program for client | 1
YMCA Cycle Test
  1. Chose appropriate fitness assessment for client and gather necessary data to predict VO2max from assessment| 1
  2. Explain intensity of warm-up and workload and complete necessary calculations (85% HRmax) | 1
  3. Ensure client is wearing a HR monitor, explain when and how HR will be collected | 1
  4. Orient client to the equipment, ensure comfort with equipment (how to stop, proper set- up) and instruct client to maintain cadence of 50 RPM | 1
  5. Prior to starting test, ensure client understands protocol and remind them to let you know if they feel pain or want to stop at any time | 1
  6. Explain the RPE scale and collect RPE data when appropriate throughout assessment | 1
  7. Use correct intensity for each stage| 1
  8. Increase intensity within 15s of appropriate minute for each stage (i.e., SS after 3 minutes or after 4 minutes and maintain test time)| 1
  9. Stop test when appropriate (i.e., sign of intolerance or able to get accurate aerobic fitness data from test), did not lose time in the test (i.e., client was not on bike for longer than necessary) | 1
  10. Gather enough information to draft starting CV training program for client | 1
WFI treadmill protocol (submaximal)
  1. Chose appropriate fitness assessment for client and gather necessary data to predict VO2max from assessment | 1
  2. Complete necessary calculations (THR 85%)| 1
  3. Explain progressively challenging exercise (3 minute warm-up & progressively challenging 1 minute stages). | 1
  4. Orient client to the equipment, ensure comfort with equipment (including HR monitor and RPE scale) | 1
  5. Explain the RPE scale and collect RPE data when appropriate throughout assessment| 1
  6. Prior to starting test, ensure client understands protocol and remind them to let you know if they feel pain or want to stop at any time | 1
  7. Use correct intensity for each stage | 1
  8. Give the 15s monitoring period when necessary. Recorded correct THR and TT| 1
  9. Stop test when appropriate (i.e., sign of intolerance or able to get accurate aerobic fitness data from test) and provide adequate recovery| 1
  10. Gather enough information to draft starting CV training program for client | 1
Single Stage Treadmill Jogging Assessment (George)
  1. Chose appropriate fitness assessment for client and gather necessary data to predict VO2max from assessment | 1
  2. Explain intensity of warm-up and workload and complete necessary calculations (50%, 70%, 85%) | 1
  3. Have an effective conversation to determine a suitable starting speed for client's warm-up and workload | 1
  4. Orient client to the equipment, ensure comfort with equipment (including HR monitor and RPE scale) | 1
  5. Explain the RPE scale and collect RPE data when appropriate throughout assessment | 1
  6. Prior to starting test, ensure client understands protocol and remind them to let you know if they feel pain or want to stop at any time | 1
  7. Change intensity when appropriate (for and in warm-up) | 1
  8. Change intensity when appropriate (for and in workload) | 1
  9. Stop test when appropriate (i.e., sign of intolerance or able to get accurate aerobic fitness data from test) and provide adequate recovery | 1
  10. Gather enough information to draft starting CV training program for client | 1
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mCAFT Stepping Audio – Females

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mCAFT Stepping Audio - Males

Males

Stage 1

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Stage 2

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