SPORTS ACTIVITY METHODS AND TEACHING METHODS
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Fundamentals and pathophysiology and physical exercise
Anatomy and physiology
Course contents summary
Tecnical theory and didactics of group motor activities
Pathophysiologyof endocrine glands and physical exercise. Neuropeptides and physicalexercise. Effects of physical exercise on systemic diseases.Indications and contraindications of physical activity in the elderly.Temperature and physical activity and salt and water metabolism.
Movement tests. Orienteering. Team sports. Basketball. Conditioning abilities and training methods. Volleyball.
Agingas a biological and sociological `phenomenon¿. Musculo-skeletal andnervous system aging. Outline of the main disabilitating pathologies ofthe elderly.
Specific equipment of gymnastics, safety and socalled `facilitating¿ equipment. Strength, balance and balisticexercises. Model of performance.
Physical activityin water. Recovery/rehabilitation of volleyball athletes with overloadpathologies in thermal water. Post-surgical knee, ankle and shoulderathletes and rehabilitation in water.
Classification andintroduction to the main cardiopathies. Equipment tests in cardiology.Cardiovascular adaptation in athletes. Prevention of sudden death inathletes.
Basal notions of motor activity. Physical exercise andchildhood. Propedeutics to sports. Track and Field events. Fitnessworkshop. Exercise as a means for organising specific work plans.Goals, physiological and preventive aspects of youngsters¿ training.
Flag football: methods of teaching an learning, features of the game and its educational value.
Sport for the disabled. Sport and physical, psychical and sensory pathologies.
Swimmingpool activities in deep and shallow water. Gym activities.Psychopedagogical aspects. Methodological and didactical planning.
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