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SSEH2260 Exercise Physiology Notes

Written by Adriano

These comprehensive notes were written during Prof. Karen Wallman's SSEH2260 lectures.

49 pages, 26342 words

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Reviews

Labs and practicals provided good hands on experience. However, content was pretty heavy and lectures were quite long and dry in the second half of the sem. Really enjoyed Karen's lectures though, she's great at delivering concepts and helping you understand processes. Would not recommend if you're not majoring in sports science though.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

The two lecturers presenting during my semester were both fantastic, although the second half tended to be less popular as it wasn't quite as entertaining as the first half. The content was presented in a very applicable manner, and the prac+lab fortnightly classes complimented SOME of the lectures. The assessment was set out perfectly, having the same emphasis on the mid-sem and the final to ensure you keep up to date. Go to lectures, an easy distinction, try just a little and you'll have a HD.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Karen is a great lecturer, one of my favourites so far. Second half of the semester is very dry, lecturer wasn't exactly 'entertaining' and presentations were a little bit 'jumbled'. Gym sessions were fun, lab classes easy, which allow for super easy marks from these practical exams.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

The first half of the semester is extremely easy, mostly thanks to the incredible lecturer Karen whose undying enthusiasm drives us to study and do well for the mid-semester test. The labs are interesting and easy- assessment is okay if you memorize the procedures well. Gym practicals are fun and easy- we even did 2 morning runs- assessment is ridiculously easy. The later half of the semester is more full-on and heavy and scientific-y, since we focus on the heart, respiration and circulatory system. Also , different lecturer for the later half. Great thing is that the exam only covers topics after mid-semester. Exam overall was difficult- you really need to study and make notes and stuff all the info into your head. Not the easiest HD but definitely easy D. Unit is highly recommended even for first years, or other majors.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Lecturer is great and really enthusiastic. Easy unit if you have done PE Studies at school. No hard concepts, just a lot to remember. Have a lab each fortnight where you learn how to take blood pressure, heart rate, spirometry, etc and a prac each fortnight where you learn gym exercises

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2013