Course code SpoZ2001

Credit points 1

Sport III

Total Hours in Course40

Number of hours for lectures2

Number of hours for seminars and practical classes30

Independent study hours8

Date of course confirmation10.03.2014

Responsible UnitLatvia University of Agriculture Sports Centre

Course developers

author lect.

Inta Alksne

Mg. paed.

author lect.

Jānis Vītols

Mg. paed.

Course abstract

The course provides theoretical knowledge and develops practical skills of the students. The human body is designed to be physical active. The theoretical knowledge deals with the physiological impact of physical exercises on the bodys familiarises students with competition rules and principles of their proper organization. The practical classes strengthen the student skills and facilitate development of their physical condition and health of students, the programme offers opportunities to go for different kinds of sport in accordance with the capabilities and interests of the students.

Learning outcomes and their assessment

1. Recognizes the connections between the development of physical fitness and functional abilities, lecture.
2. Competent to independently adjust the set of exercises, according to situation and need, practical classes.
3. Alters the intensity of a session by controlling heart rate during a workout, practical lecture.
4. Competent to independently perform aerobic, strength and flexibility exercises to take care of improving one’s physical fitness.

Course Content(Calendar)

1. Introductory lecture – the correlation between the development of physical fitness and functional abilities - lecture, 2h.
1. Functional fitness testing – practical classes, 2 h.
2. Learning and developing practical skills and proficiency in a selected sport – practical classes, 24 h.
3. Testing of practical skills and proficiency in a selected sport – practical classes, 4 h.

Requirements for awarding credit points

1. Participation and active involvement in practical classes.
2. Performance in testing of physical abilities, according to a selected sport.
3. Participation in health and sporting events, involvement in organising and refereeing sporting events.

Description of the organization and tasks of students’ independent work

Preparation for testing of practical skills and proficiency in a selected sport.

Criteria for Evaluating Learning Outcomes

1. The course’s pass mark consists of practical classes attendance, which must be at least 85% from the total number of practical classes.
2. In addition, the performance in testing of physical abilities and testing in a selected sport will be taken in account.

Compulsory reading

1.Apinis P. Cilvēks - anatomija, fizioloģija, pataloģijas pamati. Rīga: Nacionālais medicīnas apgāds, 2005. ISBN 9984927903.
2.Ābele A. (2018) RaKa . Sporta psiholoģija: teorija un prakse, 344 lpp.ISBN 978-9984-46-377-3
3.Fernāte A. Sporta treniņu teorijas pamati. I un II daļa. Rīga: LSPA, 2002.
4.Pulev J., Milroy P. Running Anatomy. 2010. 200 p.
5.Trenera rokasgrāmata (2006.) Treneru tālākizglītības centrs, 312 lpp., ISBN 9984199258
6.Mc Leod I. Swimming anatomy. 2010. 193 p. 7. 7.Servell D., Watkin P., Murray G. Sport and Exercise Science. 2012. 376 p

Further reading

1. Ābele A. Sporta psiholoģijas pamati. Rīga: RaKa, 2009. 296 lpp. ISBN 9789984460178.
2. Ābele A. Vispusīgās fiziskās sagatavotības trenera rokasgrāmata + CD (2015) Latvijas Treneru tālākizglītības centrs, 240 lpp.,ISBN 9789934847929
3. Logina I. Muguras sāpes. Rīga: Nacionālais apgāds, 2006. 368 lpp. ISBN 9984262782
4. Krauksts V. Muskuļu trenēšanas bioloģiskie pamati. Rīga: Drukātava, 2006. 130 lpp. ISBN 9984798054.
5. American College of Sports medicine (ACSM’s). Guidelines for Exercises Testing and Prescription. 10 th Edition. 2017. 472 p.
6. Kluver W. Introduction to Exercise Science. American College of Sports medicine (ACSM’s). 2nd Edition. 2014. 496 p.
7. Peterson F. K., Provance G. P., Rodgers M., Romani W. Testing Muscles and Function with Posture and Pain. 2018. 560 p.

Periodicals and other sources

1. Sporta avīze. http://www.sportaavize.lv/
2. http://issuu.com/sporto.lv/docs/sports_nr2_2014 3. Veselība. ISSN 1407-804X
3. https://treneruizglitiba.lv/

Notes

Compulsory course is included in bachelor's study programme for all faculties.