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DR. MARILIA COUTINHO 
E-MAIL: MERTON.MZM@GMAIL.COM 
HTTP://www.mariliacoutinho.com 
LECTURE AND COURSE SUBJECTS 
CURRENT 
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Strength Sports IV: Current trends in the World and in Brazil 
Evidence-based health sciences: how to make decisions using...
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Lecture and course subjects - Dr. Marilia Coutinho

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Lecture and course subjects - Dr. Marilia Coutinho

  1. 1. DR. MARILIA COUTINHO E-MAIL: MERTON.MZM@GMAIL.COM HTTP://www.mariliacoutinho.com LECTURE AND COURSE SUBJECTS CURRENT Strength training methodology: motor learning approaches to teaching the lifts Foundations of strength training – what is strength, why it is necessary, how it relates to human movement patterns and how it is trained The “new old training methods” – new trends in strength training from old traditions: powerlifting, weightlifting, kettlebell training, bodyweight movements, alternative objects Periodization Exercise, stress and mental health – evidence concerning mechanisms and body-mind integration Women and strength training I: difficulties and conflicts with strength; historical and cultural aspects; life stages and strength; the importance of strength training in women’s health Women and strength training II: technical aspects; physiology of strength and the female body; hormonal aspects. Strength Sports I: History Strength Sports II: Structure, institutional organization, how to research and how to make the best press coverage Strength Sports III: strength sports, strength training and martial arts
  2. 2. Strength Sports IV: Current trends in the World and in Brazil Evidence-based health sciences: how to make decisions using the best available scientific information “I was prescribed strength training: what options do I have?” High performance sport and society Stress, physical activity, nutrition and work productivity Powerlifting: the sport, its training and meet organization Weight training planning and prescription: pedagogical and functional aspects The construction of beauty standards: the health professional, patients’ demands and social responsibility Physiological foundations of strength training Epidemiology of physical activity and inactivity Nutritional epidemiology (obesity, malnutrition, etc)

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