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You are to meet with a fellow ESS student (preferably from another year level) and complete risk stratification (pre-exercise screening) on that person and an assessment of their physical capacity (using tests of your choice) and determine goals for them. You will then need to take that information and prescribe an appropriate exercise program using the testing results to set intensity and loads that will achieve the determined goals.
Your program should be based and justified around peer-reviewed literature.
Font, line spacing...: Use a 12 point font (Times New Roman or Arial). Use 1.5 line spacing. You must then submit this online through the blackboard site on myRMIT studies.
Introduction: A paragraph or two introducing your "client" by way of describing their pre-exercise screening, exercise test results and goals.
Program basis & Justification: A 2-3 page justification or reasoning of why you have completed the tests you did and why you have prescribed the exercise program you have. This should use peer-review literature from a number of different sources.
Training program: An initial exercise training program indicating the types of activities / exercises and the intensity, duration and frequency at which they will be done. You will need to indicate how the training program would likely change over time to accommodate improved levels of conditioning. This should be limited to 3 type-written pages. Alternatively, you can present your program in tables with explanatory notes.
The referenced literature should be listed, in alphabetical order at the end of your assignment. An example of the acceptable format for referencing is given below.
For peer-reviewed journal articles
Sale, D. G., (1988). Neural adaptation to resistance training. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 20(5): S135-145.
Sale, D. G., Martin, J. E., and Moroz, D. E., (1992). Hypertrophy without increased isometric strength after weight training. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 64(1): 51-55.
For chapters within books (where the author of a chapter is not the author/editor of the whole book)
Sale, D. G., (1992). Neural adaptation to strength training. In: P. V. Komi, (Ed.), Strength and Power in Sport (pp. 249-265).
Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
For whole books (when all chapters are written by one or more authors)
McComas, A. J., (1996). Skeletal Muscle: Form and Function. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
I need to do this assignment for Principles of exercise science,
Basically the tests that I have done was the Cooper's 12 minute run (2000m), Push-Up test (21) and 1RM test Leg Press (80), the numbers in brackets are the results tested on my classmate.