Social Sciences & Physical Education

Fitness Courses


HLP 2550C CONCEPTS OF PERSONAL TRAINING
3 Credits
2 lab hours

CONCEPTS OF PERSONAL TRAINING This course is designed to prepare students for the National Council on Strength and Fitness (NCSF) Certified Personal Training Exam. Students will learn goal-specific program design and gain the knowledge to assess, motivate, educate and train clients regarding their health and fitness needs. This class also provides hands on practical experience in a fitness setting. Completion of the NCSF personal training certification exam is optional. (Special Fee: $24.00)


HSC 1100 PERSONAL HEALTH
3 Credits

PERSONAL HEALTH Acquaints individual with sound principles of healthful living. Emphasis on helping student meet physical, mental and social stresses of daily life. Topics include nutrition, physical conditioning, mental health, reproduction, diseases pertinent to today's lifestyle and alcohol and drug education


PEL 1121 GOLF I
2 Credits

GOLF I Basic fundamentals pertaining to grip, stance, posture and swing. Work with woods, irons, chipping and putting. Discussions on rules of play, etiquette and purchase and care of equipment. Emphasizes recreational and carry-over values of golf. (Special Fee: $20.00)


PEL 1441 RACQUETBALL I
2 Credits

RACQUETBALL I Introduces student to fundamental skills needed to enjoy racquetball. Basic strokes, footwork, body movement and positioning in conjunction with court etiquette and rules. (Special Fee: $10.00)



PEL 2122 GOLF II
2 Credits

GOLF II Review of basic fundamentals. Advanced skills and emphasis on play and tournaments. Open to any student with departmental approval. (Special Fee: $20.00)


HLP 1093 MEDITATION FOR STRESS MANAGEMENT
2 Credits

MEDITATION FOR STRESS MANAGEMENT This experiential course is an introduction to the art and science of meditation for stress management. Topics include the benefits of meditation, meditation techniques, breath work, meditation and health, and meditation for everyday living. This course will help students find the type of medication that is best for them enabling them to establish a personal meditation practice. This course is suitable for all students, regardless of physical limitations



PEM 1171 DANCE AEROBICS
2 Credits
2 lab hours

DANCE AEROBICS Program of physical fitness based on popular aerobic exercises choreographed tot music. Individual exercise programs designed for people of all ages


PEM 1173 HIP HOP DANCE I
2 Credits

HIP HOP DANCE I Hip Hop Dance is a form of art that allows one to express feelings and emotions. The hip hop dance class is designed to develop the student's body and special awareness and improve their coordination, balance, flexibility, concentration, endurance, and rhythm skills


PEM 1174 HIP HOP DANCE II
2 Credits

HIP HOP DANCE II Prerequisite: PEM 1173 Students will review the fundamental hip hop dance skills and will focus on choreography. Participants will learn proper techniques of executing specific steps (position, timing and style), how to memorize dance combinations, and proper stretching techniques. The course will improve eye-foot coordination, eye- hand coordination, agility, concentration, balance, and flexibility


PEM 1176 KICKBOXING I
2 Credits

KICKBOXING I A total workout that is designed to improve cardiovascular endurance, coordination, balance, concentration, agility, and muscle tone


PEM 1405 SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN
2 Credits

SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN Practical self-defense techniques designed for women. Techniques do not require strength but rely on dynamics of motion. Designed to increase awareness of danger and develop protective responses. Develops self-confidence and self-esteem


PEM 1441 KARATE I
2 Credits

KARATE I Application and understanding of learned techniques in "Empty Hand Way" (Karate Do). Emphasizes basic movement skills, safety regulations, rules and basic oriental terminology related to sport


PEM 2442 KARATE II
2 Credits

KARATE II Prerequisite: Departmental approval For students who wish to attain skills in various forms of kata while performing fundamentals of Karate Do in complex patterns of simulated defensive situations



PET 2930 SELECTED TOPICS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
1-3 Credit

SELECTED TOPICS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION Selected topics in physical education as background and interests of students dictate. May be repeated for credit provided a different topic explored each time. Grade forgiveness cannot be applied. (Special Fee: $5.00)


HLP 1081C FITNESS AND WELLNESS FOR LIFE I
3 Credits
3 lab hours

FITNESS AND WELLNESS FOR LIFE I This course will assist the student in implementing a personal fitness program by performing workouts each class in the fitness center to improve the health-related components of physical fitness including cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and body composition. Students will also develop an awareness that a positive healthy lifestyle can enhance quality of life and decrease risk of disease. Wellness topics covered include: nutrition, stress management, weight management and disease prevention. (Special Fee: $25.00)


HSC 1400C FIRST AID AND CPR
3 Credits
3 lab hours

FIRST AID AND CPR Acquaints students with principles of first aid/CPR in daily living and emergency procedures for cases of unexpected illness or injury. Students may earn standard first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification. (Special Fee: $5.00)


PEL 1321C VOLLEYBALL I
2 Credits
2 lab hours

VOLLEYBALL I Designed for casual or intramural participants interested in improving skills of forearm pass, set, spike, dink, block and overhand serve. Covers rules and game strategy. (Special Fee: $8.00)


PEL 1341C TENNIS I
2 Credits
2 lab hours

TENNIS I Designed specifically for beginning tennis player. Body movements, positioning, footwork and stroke techniques introduced and related to forehand drive, backhand drive, fore and backhand volley and serve. Practical playing experience teaches rules, etiquette and some strategy. Equipment furnished. (Special Fee: $10.00)



PEM 1131C WEIGHT TRAINING I
2 Credits
2 lab hours

WEIGHT TRAINING I Designed to improve strength and appearance with the use of weight training machines, rope jumping, walking, jogging, circuit training, isotonic and isometric exercises. Emphasis is on fitness and proper conditioning techniques. (Special Fee: $18.00)


PEM 1132C WEIGHT TRAINING II
2 Credits
2 lab hours

WEIGHT TRAINING II Prerequisite: PEM 1131C or departmental approval. For students interested in developing advanced skills in weight training, rope jumping, walking, jogging, circuit training, isotonic and isometric exercises. Emphasis is on the use of advanced fitness and conditioning activities to improve strength. (Special Fee: $18.00)


 

FITNESS CLASS SCHEDULES

East Campus Fitness Classes Fall 2017

East Campus Fitness Classes Fall 2017

Student Fitness Center
Building 6 Room 125
(407) 582-2299 or (407) 582-2042
Fall 2017 (Aug. 28 - Dec 17th)
Monday and Wednesday: 9:00am- 11:00am & 2:40pm - 6:30pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 8:00am - 11:00am & 2:15pm - 7:00pm
Friday: 11:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Employee Fitness Center
Building 6 Room 125
(407) 582-2299 or (407) 582-2042
Monday & Wednesday:7:30am-6:30pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 8:00am - 8:00pm
Friday: 11:30am-5:30pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed