Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Methods of Fitness Exercise Instruction (3 cr)
P217 | 6429 | Kennedy
Non-HPER major: participant in group exercise and/or strength and
area for two years, need consent of instructor and/or E119. To acquire
instructor, e-mail Carol Kennedy at firstname.lastname@example.org
HPER major: P216
One 75 minute period two times per week.
COURSE DESCRIPTION, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:
The purpose of this course is to provide content knowledge and practical
experience concerned with teaching and evaluating of group exercise
This course will assist you with acquiring much of the information needed to
various national certifications tests for group exercise instructors.
Upon completion of this course, you will have knowledge of an experience
Leading exercise in diverse group exercise settings.
How basic exercise physiology principles apply to a group exercise
An evaluation tool for determining a safe and effective exercise
An evaluation process for determining safe and effective individual
Applying joint range of motion and muscle biomechanics to an exercise
Music awareness and selection in a group exercise session.
Safe and effective procedures of various types of group exercise
as water exercise, slide, bench exercise, circuit training, use of
Anatomy of an Exercise Class: an Exercise Educator's Handbook. Carol
Kennedy and Deb Legel, Sagamore Publishing, Inc. Champaign, IL (1992).
Packet from Collegiant Copies.
Aerobics Instructor Mannual, American Council on Exercise, San Diego, CA
Participation is one of the major learning objectives of the class,
students are expected to attend all class sessions. Two points will be
per absence if you miss more than two class periods.
Outside Participation (2 x's per week) 15 points
Stretch/Strengthen practical 10 points
Mid-Written Exam 15 points
A = 91-100
Outside Critique 05 points
B = 81- 90
Final Practical 30
points C = 71- 80
Final Exam 25
points D = <70