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THEORY, TECHNIQUES AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY OF PREVENTATIVE AND COMPENSATORY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
TEORIA, TECNICA E DIDATTICA DELL'ATTIVITÀ MOTORIA PREVENTIVA E COMPENSATIVA

A.Y. Credits
2020/2021 6
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Fabrizio Perroni Tuesday 14.00- 15.00 e Wednesday 8.00-9.00 wtih appointment by mail to fabrizio.perroni@uniurb.it

Assigned to the Degree Course

Sport, Health and Physical Exercise (L-22)
Curriculum: PERCORSO COMUNE
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Learning Objectives

The teaching course aims to educate students to the knowledge of the components of physical fitness and well-being and their role in the prevention of pathologies in children, adults and the elderly, referring to scientific evidence and best practice evoked by experimental studies.

Program

The student will be gradually brought to the knowledge of the principles of physical activity with particular reference to the planning and structuring of a short and long-term intervention under particular conditions. Particular emphasis will be given to the development of critical thinking and the solution of movement problems, from prevention to the correction. The components and characteristics of physical activity will be treated developing a flexible approach to students to increase workloads, their monitoring and consequent regulation. The theoretical lessons will illustrate the biomechanical and physiological dynamics underlying physical activity and in particular:
1) Components of physical fitness and well-being (endurance, strength, flexibility, coordination).
2) Characteristics of physical exercise: intensity, duration, mode.
3) Exercise and cardiorespiratory function
4) Exercise and muscle function
5) Kinetic chains
6) Role of physical exercise for prevention and physical firtness in developmental, adult and elderly age
7) Role of physical exercise in the conservative treatment of degenerative osteo-articular pathologies, metabolic diseases and obesity
8) Posture: definition, prevention and postural rehabilitation techniques
9) Physical activity adapted in athletic training and in the post-rehabilitation phase
10) Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of the state of well-being and physical fitness.

Bridging Courses

There are not bridging courses

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

At the end of the study path, the student must demonstrate that he has acquired:
- Knowledge and understanding Knowledge of the use of physical activity programs such as prevention and compensation of particular pathologies. The characteristics of physical exercise (intensity, duration, modality), their evaluation and their integration with the motor activity adapted in the physical preparation and in the post rehabilitation phase.
- applying knowledge and understanding The student will be called to produce, in itinere, physical exercise programming projects in written form, with oral presentation, also through systems on online platforms.
- Making judgments Through the oral presentation and the formulation of physical activity program designs, the student will have to motivate the choice of his behavioral hypotheses.
- Communication skills During the presentation phase, the student is called to demonstrate mastery of the sectoral languages and the multimedia presentation methods of the physical activity projects implemented.
- Learning skills. Through the previous components, the student is called to highlight his autonomously developed acquisition and connection skills.

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Supporting Activities

There are not supporting activities


Teaching, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Teaching

frontal lessons

Attendance

50% of mandatory attendance

Course books

- Weineck J. L'allenamento ottimale. 2001

- McArdle W.D., Katch F.I., Katch V.L. Fisiologia applicata allo sport – Aspetti energetici, nutrizionali e performance. Zanichelli

- Panella L. Attività Fisica adattata –Strategie in contrato alla cronicità-. Edi-Ermes

-Pirola V. Cinesiologia- Il movimento umano applicato alla rieducazione e alle attività sportive. Edi-Ermes

-Dispense del docente

Assessment

The final assessment includes ongoing write and oral tests at the end of the course:

The final evaluation is expressed out of thirty

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Teaching

frontal lessons

Attendance

50% of mandatory attendance

Course books

- Weineck J. L'allenamento ottimale. 2001

- McArdle W.D., Katch F.I., Katch V.L. Fisiologia applicata allo sport – Aspetti energetici, nutrizionali e performance. Zanichelli

- Panella L. Attività Fisica adattata –Strategie in contrato alla cronicità-. Edi-Ermes

-Pirola V. Cinesiologia- Il movimento umano applicato alla rieducazione e alle attività sportive. Edi-Ermes

- Material by professor

Assessment

The final assessment includes ongoing write and oral tests at the end of the course:

The final evaluation is expressed out of thirty

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