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KIN 220 - Biobehavioral Bases of Physical Activity

Credits: 4

Current perspectives from the biological and behavioral domains of kinesiology will be used to explore the significance of physical activity for optimal health.  Topics include physiology of physical activity, social and behavioral epidemiology of physical activity and health, control and biomechanics of human movement.

Note
Three hours of lecture and two hours of lab experiences.

Typically Offered
Fall, Spring

UGE course
Yes

K-State 8
Human Diversity within the U.S.
Natural and Physical Sciences


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