Spring 2016

Spring 2016 13 Class attendance and participation (60%); Final Rep Course Title Sports Study 1 Instructor MCGRATH, K. F...

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Spring 2016

Course Title

Sports Study 1

Instructor

MCGRATH, K. F.

Credit

2 Credits

Course Number

CMP1221

■Course Objectives Students will learn the basic skills and rules guiding a variety of recreational activities, in addition to developing English communication skills. Students will gain an understanding of how positive lifestyle changes through exercise can enhance an individual’s physical, mental and social well-being. Students will develop the ability to manage a personalize fitness program by following the F.I.T.T, guidelines. ■Course Contents Instruction for this course will be conducted in English. The recreational activities covered are grouped into three categories: ball sports (table tennis, mini tennis, floor hockey), studio activities (yoga, and balance ball) and conditioning (circuit training). Guidelines for the promotion of the fitness elements of flexibility, strength and endurance will be covered at the beginning of class. In addition, mindfulness training (MT) will be introduced as a strategy to increase awareness of healthy habits and promote greater wellness. ■Course Schedule 1. Review facility guidelines, evaluation and complete health screening. 2. Table Tennis - Introduce static and dynamic stretching. 3. Table Tennis - Introduce ballistic and PNF stretching. 4. Yoga - Pilates - Introduce mindfulness strategies for promoting awareness and attention to body sensations (kinesthetic sense). 5. Yoga - Power - Expand mindfulness strategies for promoting awareness and attention to body sensations (kinesthetic sense), and introduce activities to promote mindful concentration. 6. Circuit Training - Introduce F.I.T.T. principle guidelines for strength training. 7. Circuit Training - Introduce outline for report. 8. Mini Tennis 9. Mini Tennis 10. Exercise ball - Introduce F.I.T.T. principle guidelines for flexibility. 11. Exercise ball - Introduce F.I.T.T. principle guidelines for endurance training. 12. Floor Hockey 13. Floor Hockey 14. Table Tennis / Submit Report ■Study Required Outside of Class Students must complete a medical examination and the prescreening form for exercise. ■Evaluation Class attendance and participation (60%); Final Report (10%); Assignment (5%); Effort (25%) 2/3 or more attendance will be required to acquire course credits. ■Textbooks None ■Readings Handouts will be provided in class.

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