Master's degree in Sport Science and Physical Performance

Exercise and training programs for mountain sports (2020/2021)

Course code
4S007468
Credits
12
Coordinator
Federico Schena

Teaching is organised as follows:
Unit Credits Academic sector Period Academic staff
METODI E DIDATTICHE DELLA PREPARAZIONE FISICA 3 M-EDF/02-SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY 1° semestre motorie Cantor Tarperi
METODI E DIDATTICHE DELLE ATTIVITÀ MOTORIE 6 M-EDF/01-PHYSICAL TRAINING SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY 1° semestre motorie Matteo Bertucco
Andrea Monte
Federico Schena
MODELLI DI ALLENAMENTO NEGLI SPORT DI MONTAGNA 3 M-EDF/02-SPORT SCIENCES AND METHODOLOGY 1° semestre motorie Aldo Savoldelli

Learning outcomes

MM1: This course focuses on the bases and applications of theories of motor learning. Principles and concepts related to the acquisition and relearning of motor skills are considered by examining practical applications of motor learning in sports and physical activity. Course objectives: • Understand the processes and theories that underpin motor learning; • Promote critical thinking by reflecting on the strengths and limitations of motor learning research/theories; • Assess motor function using the appropriate measurements in a sporting, health and exercise context; • Understand how to manipulate a motor learning environment to optimize motor learning.

MM2: The course allows to acquire the main techniques used to analyze and improve the performance and its determinants through laboratory and field tools. It permits to know, to plan and apply training models in different situations, including relationship to single and multidisciplinary disciplines.
It allows the preparation and interpretation of descriptive reports about performance characteristics of athletes

MM3: The course allows to acquire the main techniques used to analyze and improve the performance and its determinants through laboratory and field tools. It permits to know, to plan and apply training models in different situations, including relationship to single and multidisciplinary disciplines. It allows the preparation and interpretation of descriptive reports about performance characteristics of athletes

Syllabus

Monitoring individual workload under different environmental situation

Assessment methods and criteria

preliminary written test , oral exam on the training and testing capacity





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