(Prerequisite, ZO 200.) The purpose of this course is to provide future HPER professionals with opportunities to develop basic knowledge and skills pertaining to adaptations made by the human body during exercise. Specific topics will include physical fitness and basic training principles, muscular and neurological control of movement, cardiorespiratory adaptations, nutrition and environmental influences as well as others. Students will participate in and conduct physical fitness assessments, write an exercise prescription and complete lab assignments related to course topics.