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CODE 67091
ACADEMIC YEAR 2024/2025
CREDITS
SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR M-EDF/01
TEACHING LOCATION
  • SAVONA
SEMESTER 1° Semester
MODULES Questo insegnamento è un modulo di:
TEACHING MATERIALS AULAWEB

OVERVIEW

The aim of the teorical and practical class is to give the knowledge about very old age, old age and adult people.

Main importance is due to phisiological modifications in human body through the different ages.

Pro/con of practical work are analized.

Specific Gymnastic terminology is an important tool to create and to organize a good didattic programmation.

The practic part is about old and new hospital backpain programs, disciplines and slow move.

AIMS AND CONTENT

AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

The aim is to be able to create workout programs for adult and old people.

TEACHING METHODS

Theoretical and practical lessons.

In case of certification of specific learning disability, disability or other special educational needs, please contact both the Department contact person, Prof. Nicola Girtler, and the lecturer at the beginning of the lectures to agree on teaching and exam methods which, in compliance of the teaching objectives, take into account individual learning methods and provide suitable compensatory/dispensatory tools recognized by the University SLD Student Service.

SYLLABUS/CONTENT

Specific gymnastic terminology in order to describe the workouts.

Ageing and phisiological changes.

Programmation of the lessons.

Analysis of old and new hospital backpain programs.

Perception of corporeal schema.

Vertebral workout.

Antaligic workout, posture and movements.

Flexibility.

wourkout and memory empowerment.

Balance workout.

Coordination.

Breathing.

Relaxation.

Addominal workout.

Perineal wourkout.

Pregnancy workout.

Slow move (Pilates, Yoga..).

Falling and injuries prevention.

Ergonomics.

RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY

P. Cabella, A. Boccini: La Ginnastica della Postura. "Libero di scrivere" Publisher.

Slides viewed during lessons

LESSONS

LESSONS START

I semester, October