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SFUBPK 105Ryan DillFall

Kin 105 Distance Ed Chapter Notes

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20 Nov 2012
134
The scientific discipline that investigates the structure of the body. Dissect, or cut apart and separate, the parts of the body for study. Within each
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SFUBPK 311Amandio VieiraFall

KIN 311 Textbook notes: Detailed notes from an expensive textbook with very detailed information; these notes summarize the important parts and can save you $250 instead of buying the text, used these notes and got an A

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29 Nov 2011
102
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SFUBPK 461Peter PretoriusFall

KIN 461 Textbook Notes: Thorough notes from textbook that is extremely difficult to read, this is a much simpler summary that has all necessary information

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30 Nov 2011
69
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SFUBPK 142Craig AsmundsonFall

Lab 10 Review Q's - Determination of Maximum Oxygen Uptake

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14 Dec 2011
221
Lab #10 determination of maximum oxygen uptake. You have been asked to set up a lab for testing maximum oxygen consumption. Itemize all of the equipmen
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes -Shoulder Joint, Exercise Intensity, Myocyte

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9 Oct 2013
113
Chapt er 1: introduction to fitness and developing a basic fitness plan: what are the basic differences between health, complete the following relation
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Shoulder Joint, Hip, Gluteus Maximus Muscle

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10 Nov 2016
43
Chronic means it"s within a body and not communicable: describe the components of physical fitness. I argued that separation of components into health-
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SFUBPK 142Craig AsmundsonFall

Lab 11 Review Q's - Nervous System, Reflex Actions, Motor Learning

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16 Dec 2011
130
Lab #11 nervous system anatomy, reflex actions, and motor learning. Briefly describe the muscle groups innervated by each of the somatic nerves listed:
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SFUBPK 142Craig AsmundsonFall

Lab Review Q's - Cardiovascular Responses to Submaximal Exercise

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14 Dec 2011
103
Lab #9 cardiovascular responses to submaximal exercise. Describe the step-by-step procedure for measuring blood pressure. Measured using a sphygmomanom
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SFUBPK 312Leah EsplenSummer

KIN 312 Chapter 1-12: Full Study Questions

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5 Jul 2015
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SFUBPK 140Stephen BrownWinter

BPK 140 Chapter 1-12: Course-Notes

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19 Sep 2016
28
Bpk 140 chapter 1: the concept of health. 2: chronic obstr u c tiv e pulmo n a r y. 4. dise a s e lower respir a t o r y infection s lung canc e r: aid
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandFall

BPK 143 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Body Fat Percentage, Fad Diet, Blood Sugar

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2 Mar 2013
74
Weight loss as the holy grail of the fitness industry. The ideal physique is different for each individual. Losing weight is non-specific and is not a
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SFUBPK 140Distance EducationSummer

BPK 140 Chapter Notes -Prostate, Seminal Vesicle

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20 Oct 2011
56
Before late 1800s, people viewed health simply as the absence of sickness. Researchers found microorganisms in contaminated water, air, and human waste
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