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Very enjoyable unit, I did feel lost at times in trying to find what content to revise, but lectures and lab sessions (Both gym and aerobic) were great fun. I learned a lot through these sessions that I was able to implement into my own training. Just make sure to keep on top of what you need for your exams and you should jog out with good marks.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2023

Good summer unit. Lab manual is very easy to complete, and the final exam was super easy. I just with that there was an aerobic component. There are 9 laboratory (gym) sessions, but it is all resistance training and no aerobic training. The non-summer school version of this unit has assignments on aerobic exercise, so I don’t understand why the summer school version doesn’t. I’ve done SSEH1102 so I was really looking forward to the assignments of this unit, but there were none. The exam was also too easy. Some of the questions were downright ridiculous and I expect that a lot of students were able to cheat. It's really weird, because I've done SSEH1101 & SSEH1102 and both of them were much harder than this unit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2023

Easily the best unit I have ever done in my entire degree. I think that it is incredibly insightful and whether you're just starting out in fitness or quite experienced there is so much to get out of this unit. I have been training for many years and would have always considered myself knowledgeable, this unit gave me a whole new layer of understanding. I am constantly referring back to the lectures in my mind when I am working out now. I truly have a new found respect for training and the physiological responses undergone by my body. I did this unit during the summer period of 2021-2022. I'd say it is an easy HD if you go through all the material and attend all of the laboratories. The learning material is primarily mini-lectures. The laboratories are hands on but also really enjoyable. This degree had a profound impact on me and I really think that anyone passionate about fitness or even interested in getting started would also feel the same way. I could not recommend it enough. It is also worth mentioning that the unit coordinator, Pete, is incredibly kind and supportive.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2022

Don't be fooled, this is not an easy subject. Don't take this subject unless you love and want to learn about anatomy and other sports medicine stuff. Nat the coordinator has made this subject really hard and exam don't even need to talk total crap.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

This is a very fun and easy broadening unit. You don't need to be sporty to do this; it's more about being chill about it. The lecture content was very easy, but did require paying attention to quite a bit. The pracs were fun. The exam was a very easy MCQ, so as long as you did some prior study, it'll be an easy HD. Overall, very easy and fun summer unit.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Fun broadening unit with good practicals that you can apply to everyday life. Would have liked some more in depth information about nutrition. Exam was fairly easy but is pretty harshly marked so be careful and make sure you study hard.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Great summer unit, lectures are easy to keep up with and understand, gym sessions are fun and the tutors (learning facilitators) are very knowledgeable. Would recommend for anyone looking for a easy summer unit pass. Can confirm 40% assessment + attendance & Exam 60%

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

This was the best unit I've ever done, I absolutely loved it! I was a bit hesitant initially as I'm not very good at sport but it honestly doesn't matter, it's more about having fun. You really must study for the exam though, don't go thinking it will be easy as I studied so much and thought I had everything down packed but there were heaps of tricky and specific questions and you really had to know your stuff.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Such a fun unit to study. The teaching staff are great. Running and resistance pracs are a lot of fun, and the emphasis is on participation and 'challenge by choice' - I'm female and haven't done resistance training before, but found it very welcoming and not at all intimidating. You don't get marked on performance in the labs, but they do help your understanding of the lecture content, which is generally quite easy. 40% of the assessment is super easy, but the final 60% is an exam and I found some of the questions a bit strangely worded/ hard to know what exactly was being asked. But overall, a fun and easy unit. They also really encourage people to work in groups and make friends in the pracs/labs, making it a great atmosphere to work out in

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017