CODE 80877 ACADEMIC YEAR 2023/2024 CREDITS 3 cfu anno 1 8749 (LM-68) - GENOVA SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR M-EDF/02 TEACHING LOCATION GENOVA SEMESTER 1° Semester MODULES Questo insegnamento è un modulo di: BIOLOGICAL AND BIOMECHANICAL PERFORMANCE SPORTS (PART. 1) TEACHING MATERIALS AULAWEB OVERVIEW "Functional evalutation in" sport. Master's degree in sciences and sport techniques. (LM-68) AIMS AND CONTENT AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES The first objective of this study is to enable students to acquire a technical knowledge on functional evalutation tests in sport, in order to be able to use professionally tests during their future work of technicians. The second objective is to develop the critical thinking and self-analysis of their work, which pushes towards a constant search for an improvement. The third goal is the acquisition of the athlete's analytical skills in relation to the anthropometric characteristics, cultural and performance. TEACHING METHODS Classes are organized with a dual mode; in the classroom and in the gym. During the lectures will address the key issues of the evaluation in the field of sport, by analyzing in detail the characteristics and the test value is laboratory that field. Using slides and video and research examples in the field of functional evaluation. In lessons in the gym, students experience firsthand some engines test. To this end, they constitute working groups where students themselves act as operators and from subjects to be evaluated. SYLLABUS/CONTENT The program includes: • In-depth analysis of coordination skills and organic muscle in different age groups • Features of field and laboratory tests • Characteristics of the functional evalutation • How to evalute if a test is considered reliable • Test for the anaerobic threshold, for strength, for endurance, for the speed, for the flexibility • Specific tests for coordination • for Stability Test • Direct experiences of the students in the gym RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY As text uses the slides of the lectures. Bibliografia slide: J.W. Klane-M.M. Steraheim, Fisica biomedica, EMSI, 1980. E.L. Fox-R.W. Bowers-M.L. Foss, Le basi fisiologiche dell’educazione fisica e dello sport, Pensiero Scientifico Editore, 1995. A. Dal Monte-M. Faina, Valutazione dell’atleta. Analisi funzionale e biomeccanica della capacità di prestazione, Collana Scienze dello Sport, UTET, Torino, 1999. P. Cerretelli, Fisiologia dell’esercizio. Sport, ambiente, età, sesso, Società Editrice Universo, Roma, 2001. W.D. McArdle-F.I. Katch-V.L. Katch, Exercise physiology 7th edition, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, 2010. J.R. Morrow JR.- A.W. Jackson-J.G. Disch-D.P. Mood, Measurement and evaluation in human performance 4th edition, Human Kinetics, Champaign, 2011. W.L. Kenney-J.H. Wilmore-D.L. Costill, Physiology of sport and exercise 5th edition, Human Kinetics, Champaign, 2012. American College of sport medicine, ACSM’s guidelines for exercise testing and prescription 9th edition, Human Kinetics, Champaign, 2013. TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD Exam Board LAURA STURLA (President) MARCO BOVE (President and Coordinator of Integrated Course) LESSONS LESSONS START II SEMESTRE DA MARZO 2017 Class schedule FUNCTIONAL EVALUATION IN SPORT EXAMS EXAM DESCRIPTION Each student must develop and present a test related to their sports or work experience, complete collection of data and results. ASSESSMENT METHODS The minimum requirement for passing the exam is that the procedures for the drafting of the test are made according to the characteristics of validity, reproducibility and objectivity. the increase in the vote takes on the logical complexity and the test performed innovation as well as its perfect presentation.