LFYS1000 Acute physiological responses and chronic adaptations to physical training (5 cr)
Musculoskeletal system responses and adaptations
Cardiorespiratory responses and adaptations
Metabolic responses and adaptations
Neuromuscular responses and adaptations
Hormonal and immunological responses and adaptations
Recovery form training
Over-reaching and over-training
Upon completion of the course, the student is able to:
demonstrate a deep understanding of acute and chronic responses to physical training
describe mechanisms contributing to training-induced adaptations
criticially read topic-specific literature
apply their learning to practice in various relevant fields
4th year, autumn. NB! Course starts already on Sep 2nd!
• Borer K.T. (2013) Advanced Exercise Endocrinology. Champaign, IL., USA: Human Kinetics. (264 s.).
• Bouchard C and Hoffman E.P. (eds.) (2011) Genetic and molecular aspects of sports performance. The Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine: An IOC Medical Commission Publication, Volume XVIII, Genetic and Molecular Aspects of Sports Performance. Wiley-Blackwell (404 s.)
• Gleeson M., Bishop N. and Walsh N. (2013) Exercise Immunology. NY, USA: Routledge (176 s.) E-book
• Hackney A. (ed.) (2017) Sex Hormones, Exercise and Women: Scientific and Clinical Aspects. Cham, Switzerland: Springler International Publishing (319 s.) E-book.
• Hargreaves, M. & Spriet, L. (eds.) 2006. Exercise Metabolism. Champaign, IL., USA: Human Kinetics (301 s.).
• Hausswirth C. & Mujika I.( 2013) Recovery for Performance in Sport. Champaign, IL., USA: Human Kinetics (281 s.)
• Laursen P. and Buchheit M. (2018) Science and Application of High-Intensity Interval Training. Human Kinetics (672 s.).
• McGuigan M. (2017) Monitoring Training and Performance in Athletes. Human Kinetics (264 s.).
• Schumann M. and Rønnestad B. (Eds.) (2019) Concurrent Aerobic and Strength Training: Scientific Basics and Practical Applications. Springer. (416 s.).
• Wackerhage H. (2014) Molecular Exercise Physiology. NY, USA: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. (338 s.).