Freshman Required Fitness & Wellness Courses

 

 

The required Fitness and Wellness courses for both men and women are designed to

give each incoming student an awareness of personal fitness and wellness. The

evaluation process for each student is comprised of written examinations, skill tests,

special projects, swimming evaluations, and fitness appraisals. The ultimate goal is to

provide an opportunity for each student to develop a personal responsibility for his/her

own lifestyle.

 

 

 

101. FITNESS AND WELLNESS I - MEN. Students will be introduced to current

concepts and trends of individual fitness and wellness. Each student will be exposed to

the following concepts: cardiovascular disease, muscular strength & endurance, aerobic

fitness, body composition, flexibility, nutrition, stress management, common injuries,

dimensions of wellness, and behavior change modification. Fall semester only, one hour.

 

102. FITNESS AND WELLNESS II- MEN. Students will participate in physical

activity labs to promote a personal responsibility for ones health and wellness. Each

student will complete a personal nutritional analysis in addition to a fitness appraisal

targeting overall physical fitness, muscular strength, and flexibility. Prerequisite:

Physical Education 101. Spring semester only, one hour.

 

111. FITNESS AND WELLNESS I - WOMEN. Students will be introduced to

current concepts and trends of individual fitness and wellness. Each student will be

exposed to the following concepts: cardiovascular disease, muscular strength &

endurance, aerobic fitness, body composition, flexibility, nutrition, stress management,

common injuries, dimensions of wellness, and behavior change modification.

Fall semester only, one hour.

 

112. FITNESS AND WELLNESS II- WOMEN. Students will participate in physical

activity labs to promote a personal responsibility for ones health and wellness. Each

student will complete a personal nutritional analysis in addition to a fitness appraisal

targeting overall physical fitness, muscular strength, and flexibility. Prerequisite:

Physical Education 111. Spring semester only, one hour.

 

 

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