The course focuses on the science of sports conditioning and training of energy pathways and then delivers a systematic approach to designing sports conditioning sessions and programs. It covers skill-related parameters of fitness (i.e., balance, agility, coordination, speed, reactivity and power). Students will learn how to tailor sports conditioning drills for specific population groups along with progressions in intensity, complexity and movement that are suitable to their skill and conditioning level. Whether for fun or performance, the exercises, drills and movement patterns learned will add a new dimension to programming. Prerequisites: EXER105M, EXER113M, EXER135M, EXER213M.