Personal Fitness and Wellness (PFW)

 

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1000 LEVEL COURSES


1111. Aerobics (1). Physical exercise that combines rhythmic aerobic exercise with stretching and strength training routines with the goal of improving all elements of fitness.

1112. [PHED 1338] Diet and Exercise (1). A concepts-based activity course in which the student learns to create and participate in an individualized lifetime physical activity program combined with healthy nutritional practices.

1113. Golf (1). Basic golf rules, etiquette, and mechanics. Class meets off campus. Extra fee required.

1114. Jogging (1). Principles and practice of recreational jogging for cardiovascular health. Includes flexibility training, individual progression instruction, complementary weight training, and nutritional practices.

1117. Walking (1). Topics include walking technique, principles and practice of personal walking programming, interval, and circuit training, flexibility and muscular endurance training.

1118. Weight Training (1). Basic principles and practice of weight training, developing and modifying an individual program. Includes flexibility and cardiovascular fitness.

1119. Yoga (1). Basic poses, principles of movements and balance in yoga. Breathing techniques, stress reduction, relaxation, advanced poses, and twists will be covered.

1123. Racquetball (1). Introduction to rules, shots, and strategies for singles, doubles, and cut-throat.

1125. Tennis (1). Concepts of stroke mechanics, skill development, offensive and defensive strategies, rules, game play, singles and doubles, organization and communication, flexibility, and conditioning for tennis.

1127. Bowling (1). Basic to advanced bowling skills will be taught, including stance, approach, delivery, rules, safety, bowling etiquette, and terminology.Class meets off campus. Extra fee required.

1130. Basketball (1). Concepts of skill development, offensive and defensive strategies, rules, team organization and communication, game play, flexibility and conditioning for basketball.

1132. Soccer (1). Concepts of skill development, offensive and defensive strategies, rules, team organization and communication, game play, flexibility, and conditioning for soccer.

1133. Softball (1). Concepts of skill development, offensive and defensive strategies, rules, team organization and communication, game play, flexibility, and conditioning for softball.

1134. Volleyball (1). Concepts of skill development, offensive and defensive strategies, rules, team organization and communication, game play, flexibility, and conditioning for volleyball.

1140. [PHED 1153] Lifeguard Training (1). Skills and knowledge in lifesaving, standard first aid, and CPR for the professional rescuer. American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Certification is possible.

1141. [PHED 1151, 1152, 1251, 1252] Scuba (1). Allows the student to explore the underwater in a warm, pristine environment. Scuba and snorkeling gear are provided. SSI. Certification is possible.

1142. Beginning Swimming (1). Swimming principles, basic stroke mechanics, breathing technique, and conditioning for beginning swimmers.

1160. Varsity Baseball (1). For the student listed on the official intercollegiate squad for this sport. Athletics department approval is required prior to enrollment. May be repeated once for credit.

1161. Varsity Men's Basketball (1). For the student listed on the official intercollegiate squad for this sport. Athletics department approval is required prior to enrollment. May be repeated once for credit.

1162. Varsity Women's Basketball (1). For the student listed on the official intercollegiate squad for this sport. Athletics department approval is required prior to enrollment. May be repeated once for credit.

1163. Varsity Cross Country (1). For the student listed on the official intercollegiate squad for this sport. Athletics department approval is required prior to enrollment. May be repeated once for credit.

1164. Varsity Football (1). For the student listed on the official intercollegiate squad for this sport. Athletics department approval is required prior to enrollment. May be repeated once for credit.

1165. Varsity Golf (1). For the student listed on the official intercollegiate squad for this sport. Athletics department approval is required prior to enrollment. May be repeated once for credit.

1166. Varsity Soccer (1). For the student listed on the official intercollegiate squad for this sport. Athletics department approval is required prior to enrollment. May be repeated once for credit.

1167. Varsity Softball (1). For the student listed on the official intercollegiate squad for this sport. Athletics department approval is required prior to enrollment. May be repeated once for credit.

1168. Varsity Tennis (1). For the student listed on the official intercollegiate squad for this sport. Athletics department approval is required prior to enrollment. May be repeated once for credit.

1169. Varsity Track and Field (1). For the student listed on the official intercollegiate squad for this sport. Athletics department approval is required prior to enrollment. May be repeated once for credit.

1170. Varsity Volleyball (1). For the student listed on the official intercollegiate squad for this sport. Athletics department approval is required prior to enrollment. May be repeated once for credit.

 

2000 LEVEL COURSES


2113. Advanced Golf (1). Prerequisite: PFW 1113 or previous varsity level experience. Improvement and refinement of stroke mechanisms and course strategy. Seven full rounds of golf must be completed before the final. Class meets off campus. Extra fee required.

2143. Swim Conditioning (1). Review and refinement of strokes. For students with the ability to complete multiple lengths of the pool while correctly performing the basic strokes. Techniques for stroke improvement through swimming will be addressed.

2144. [PHED 2155], PHED 2255] Advanced Swimming (1). Refinement of strokes. For students with the ability to complete multiple lengths of the pool with sound stroke mechanics. Multiple training techniques will be used.

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