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Operator: 410-543-6000

Mealey, Lisa

Faculty, Health and Sport Sciences

Maggs Center (MC) 224
410-677-0058 or ext 70058
lmmealeysalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • EXSC 295-010 FITNESS INSTRUCTION
    Learn to design and lead group exercise sessions and one-on-one personal fitness training exercise sessions offered in community and wellness settings. Demonstrate or lead exercise screening and clearance, assessment, evaluation, prescription and instruction for individualized and group exercise programming. Learn physiological and biomechanical principles related to group and individual exercise sessions as well as safety, motivation and adherence, and modifications for diverse populations. Progressive exercise programming for both individual and group exercise settings is applied through laboratory experiences. Assists in meeting the requirements to be eligible for and pass a group fitness instruction, personal fitness training, or strength and conditioning certification. Prerequisite: PHEC 106, EXSC 250. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • EXSC 295-020 FITNESS INSTRUCTION
    Learn to design and lead group exercise sessions and one-on-one personal fitness training exercise sessions offered in community and wellness settings. Demonstrate or lead exercise screening and clearance, assessment, evaluation, prescription and instruction for individualized and group exercise programming. Learn physiological and biomechanical principles related to group and individual exercise sessions as well as safety, motivation and adherence, and modifications for diverse populations. Progressive exercise programming for both individual and group exercise settings is applied through laboratory experiences. Assists in meeting the requirements to be eligible for and pass a group fitness instruction, personal fitness training, or strength and conditioning certification. Prerequisite: PHEC 106, EXSC 250. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • EXSC 344-010 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
    In-depth study of changes that occur due to acute and chronic exercise. Emphasis on circulatory, nervous, and muscular systems. May not receive credit for both EXSC 344 and EXSC 332. Major Prerequisites: BIOL 215, 216. Non-Major Prerequisite: BIOL 205. Five hours per week.
  • EXSC 344-020 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
    In-depth study of changes that occur due to acute and chronic exercise. Emphasis on circulatory, nervous, and muscular systems. May not receive credit for both EXSC 344 and EXSC 332. Major Prerequisites: BIOL 215, 216. Non-Major Prerequisite: BIOL 205. Five hours per week.

2014 Summer I

  • EXSC 344-010 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
    In-depth study of changes that occur due to acute and chronic exercise. Emphasis on circulatory, nervous, and muscular systems. May not receive credit for both EXSC 344 and EXSC 332. Major Prerequisites: BIOL 215, 216. Non-Major Prerequisite: BIOL 205. Five hours per week.
  • EXSC 344-011 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
    In-depth study of changes that occur due to acute and chronic exercise. Emphasis on circulatory, nervous, and muscular systems. May not receive credit for both EXSC 344 and EXSC 332. Major Prerequisites: BIOL 215, 216. Non-Major Prerequisite: BIOL 205. Five hours per week.

2014 Fall

  • EXSC 295-010 FITNESS INSTRUCTION
    Learn to design and lead group exercise sessions and one-on-one personal fitness training exercise sessions offered in community and wellness settings. Demonstrate or lead exercise screening and clearance, assessment, evaluation, prescription and instruction for individualized and group exercise programming. Learn physiological and biomechanical principles related to group and individual exercise sessions as well as safety, motivation and adherence, and modifications for diverse populations. Progressive exercise programming for both individual and group exercise settings is applied through laboratory experiences. Assists in meeting the requirements to be eligible for and pass a group fitness instruction, personal fitness training, or strength and conditioning certification. Prerequisite: PHEC 106, EXSC 250. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • EXSC 295-020 FITNESS INSTRUCTION
    Learn to design and lead group exercise sessions and one-on-one personal fitness training exercise sessions offered in community and wellness settings. Demonstrate or lead exercise screening and clearance, assessment, evaluation, prescription and instruction for individualized and group exercise programming. Learn physiological and biomechanical principles related to group and individual exercise sessions as well as safety, motivation and adherence, and modifications for diverse populations. Progressive exercise programming for both individual and group exercise settings is applied through laboratory experiences. Assists in meeting the requirements to be eligible for and pass a group fitness instruction, personal fitness training, or strength and conditioning certification. Prerequisite: PHEC 106, EXSC 250. Three hours lecture, two hours lab per week.
  • EXSC 344-010 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
    In-depth study of changes that occur due to acute and chronic exercise. Emphasis on circulatory, nervous, and muscular systems. May not receive credit for both EXSC 344 and EXSC 332. Major Prerequisites: BIOL 215, 216. Non-Major Prerequisite: BIOL 205. Five hours per week.
  • EXSC 344-020 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
    In-depth study of changes that occur due to acute and chronic exercise. Emphasis on circulatory, nervous, and muscular systems. May not receive credit for both EXSC 344 and EXSC 332. Major Prerequisites: BIOL 215, 216. Non-Major Prerequisite: BIOL 205. Five hours per week.
  • EXSC 344-370 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
    In-depth study of changes that occur due to acute and chronic exercise. Emphasis on circulatory, nervous, and muscular systems. May not receive credit for both EXSC 344 and EXSC 332. Major Prerequisites: BIOL 215, 216. Non-Major Prerequisite: BIOL 205. Five hours per week.
  • HLTH 317-001 NUTRIT, HEALTH & HUMAN PERF
    Examines human metabolism in relation to health and human performance. Analysis of nutrient pathways from ingestion, digestion, absorption and utilization provides the foundation for an understanding of nutrition, weight control, eating disorders and thermoregulatory processes. May not receive credit for both HLTH 317 and HLTH 217. Prerequisite: BIOL 215. Four hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Stookey, A.D., Mealey, L.M., & Shaughnessy, M. 
(2011). 
Physical activity assessment in children. 
JEPonline, 
14(5), 
75-84. 

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