Study of nutrition, exercise, and stress. Activities will include personal fitness assessment, active participation, and lecture and discussion. This course involves both lecture and participation in exercises.

Study of nutrition, exercise, and stress. Activities will include personal fitness assessment, active participation, and lecture and discussion. This course involves both lecture and participation in exercises.

This course is designed to introduce prospective allied health professionals to the bones and landmarks, joints and movements, and the muscles of the human body.

Organized principles involved in theories of conditioning, prevention of injuries and procedures for handling emergency situations. Includes basic taping, evaluation and rehabilitation techniques. The fall section of this course is designed for students who are not considering application to the athletic training program. The spring section is specifically designed for ATP students.