Exercise and Body Composition

An in-depth overview on how body composition is measured, what it is composed of, and the physiological and biochemical signals that change it. The effects of acute and chronic exercise on food storage, breakdown, and use as an energy source, is the major focus. This information is applied to important issues in public health and athletic performance.

Sister Courses: KNES461

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