PHYSIOLOGY OF HUMAN PERFORMANCE

3 Credits

This course introduces the integrative, evidence-informed, systems-based approach to the physiology of health and human performance. Students apply the functional medicine matrix, addressing genomics, biochemical individuality, environmental inputs, and core physiological processes. The physiological effects of mild to intense physical activity are studied. With a foundation in fitness assessment, students address physical, mental, emotional and cognitive goals. Solutions for common health complaints are also explored. Students and faculty examine the intersection of modern Western and traditional Chinese physiology throughout the course.

Why this course?

Daily we hear about artificial intelligence (AI). The goal of this class is to awaken individuals’ natural intelligence (NI). By using both the latest scientific breakthroughs and the wisdom accumulated over the millennia, coaches empower clients to achieve optimal physical well-being.