exercise physiology

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exercise physiology

[‚ek·sər‚sīz ‚fiz·ē′äl·ə·jē]
(medicine)
A field of sports medicine that involves the study of the body's response to physical stress; comprises the science of fitness, the preservation of fitness, and the role of fitness in the prevention and treatment of disease.
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Emma Stevenson, professor of sport and exercise science at the university, arranged the conference and talked about antioxidant supplements and their potential health benefits.
The course combines both academic and vocational skills and is designed to improve the career prospects of those looking to enter the sports and exercise science industries.
He was a founding member of the national endorsement panel for sport and exercise science degrees in the UK and was chairman of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Education Division.
Offered programs at Butler Tech include Bioscience, the Business & Service Academy, the Construction & Manufacturing Academy, Exercise Science & Sports Medicine, Natural Science, Public Safety and the School of the Arts.
Professor of Sports and Exercise Science, Emma Stevenson (left), with a student
Professor Greg Whyte OBE, based at the LJMU School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, trained the Liverpool-born funnyman for his five-day challenge of cycling, rowing and running from Paris to London in aid of Sport Relief in 2012.
Every student who applied for a place in Higher Education from the BTEC Sport and Exercise Science courses has achieved their first choice offer for the last two years.
Bryan McCann, RGU lecturer in sport and exercise science, said: "We are delighted Sir Ian has added his support and look forward to welcoming him as an ambassador.
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It's the difference between using a leaf blower instead of a rake, said study co-author Brad Cardinal, professor of exercise science at Oregon State University.
I'm currently in my final year at Teesside University doing an Applied Exercise Science Degree plus working part-time as a fitness instructor, passing my fitness knowledge on to others.

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