35 matches for Exercise Physiology
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- Exercise Physiologists
Alternate Occupation Titles
- Exercise Physiologist
- Exercise Physiologist Certified (EPC)
- Exercise Physiologist, Lifestyle and Weight Management Consultant
- Exercise Scientist
- Exercise Specialist
- Applied Exercise Physiologist
- Associate Professor of Exercise Science
- Cardiac Exercise Physiologist
- Cardiac Exercise Specialist
- Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise Physiologist
- Clinical Exercise Physiologist
- Clinical Exercise Specialist
- Professor Exercise Science
- Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist
- Sports Physiologist
- Assess, plan, or implement fitness programs that include exercise or physical activities such as those designed to improve cardiorespiratory function, body composition, muscular strength, muscular endurance, or flexibility.
- Assess physical performance requirements to aid in the development of individualized recovery or rehabilitation exercise programs.
- Calibrate exercise or testing equipment.
- Demonstrate correct use of exercise equipment or performance of exercise routines.
- Develop exercise programs to improve participant strength, flexibility, endurance, or circulatory functioning, in accordance with exercise science standards, regulatory requirements, and credentialing requirements.
- Evaluate staff performance in leading group exercise or conducting diagnostic tests.
- Explain exercise program or physiological testing procedures to participants.
- Interpret exercise program participant data to evaluate progress or identify needed program changes.
- Mentor or train staff to lead group exercise.
- Plan or conduct exercise physiology research projects.
- Prescribe individualized exercise programs, specifying equipment such as treadmill, exercise bicycle, ergometers, or perceptual goggles.
- Present exercise knowledge, program information, or research study findings at professional meetings or conferences.
- Provide clinical oversight of exercise for participants at all risk levels.
- Supervise maintenance of exercise or exercise testing equipment.
- Teach courses or seminars related to exercise or diet for patients, athletes, or community groups.
- Teach group exercise for low-, medium-, or high-risk clients to improve participant strength, flexibility, endurance, or circulatory functioning.
Detailed Work Activities
- Advise athletes, coaches, or trainers on exercise regimens, nutrition, or equipment use.
- Develop exercise or conditioning programs.
- Measure the physical or physiological attributes of patients.
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