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This module will introduce a multidisciplinary approach within a physical education and coaching context. The module will identify the importance of key principles of anatomy and physiology and equip students’ with knowledge when linking theory to practice and recognising the relevance and application with young people in sport and physical activity settings.
The indicative content of this module encompasses key themes from anatomy and physiology. The module will Investigate the structure and function of basic anatomy within the human body linked to a range of body systems. Furthermore the physiological responses of exercise on body systems and the impact of environmental conditions on physical performance will be explored.
A student passing this module should be able to:
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