(3)A critical analysis of the physiological basis of muscular activity and the general effects of exercise on body function. An emphasis is placed on the structure and function of exercising muscle and its impact on bioenergetics, hormonal control, energy expenditure and fatigue, the function of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, and exercise training adaptations.
Prerequisite(s): BIOL 131 or EXSC 215.
Offered each Spring.
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