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Principles of Strength and Conditioning

KNES 351
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KNES 351 Lecture 25: Dynamic Movements
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5/17/16 DYNAMIC WARM-UP, PLYOS, & SAQ 1. STRETCH SHORTENIN...

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KNES 351 Lecture 25: Weightlifting
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1. Weightlifting Olympic Weightlifting  It is comprised of ...

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KNES 351 Lecture 24: Microcycles

Microcycles Divisions of Mesocycle Blocks Progressing Through t...

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KNES 351 Lecture 23: Needs Analysis

Needs Analysis 351 Objectives: • Program Design ...

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KNES 351 Lecture 13: Cardiorespiratory System

351 Cardiorespiratory System Notes Cardiorespiratory System Hea...

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KNES 351 Lecture 14: Biomechanics

351 Biomechanics Notes Biomechanics in Strength & Conditioning (...

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KNES 351 Lecture 23: Program Design

Program Design Program Design: Achieving Specific Desired Adapta...

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KNES 351 Lecture 22: Endocrine & Muscle Regulation

Endocrine & Muscle Regulation 351 What is the Endocrine System?...

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