Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Theories of Advanced Conditioning (2 cr)
P316 | 6052 | Henson
P: P216; Open Only to Majors or Minors in Kinesiology.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND STUDENT EVALUATION:
PROJECT - Develop an eight week plan for conditioning an athletic team prior
the first competition. (20%). WRITTEN EXAMS - Two objective exams are the
principals of conditioning and Track and Field (35%). PRACTICAL EXAM -
Demonstration and discussion of important technical requirements in Track
Field. (20%). DAILY ATTENDANCE - Participation and pop quizzes (25%).
APPROXIMATE GRADING SCALE:
A - 90
B - 80
C - 70
D - 60
One fifty minute period three times per week. 8:00 to 8:50 AM M,W,F in
Assembly Hall Press Room. Announced class periods will meet in the IU
Fieldhouse for practical lab experiences.
Announced lab days students are required to dress for physical activity.
OFFICE HOURS: M-W-F 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. In HPER 112
P316, Theories of Advanced Conditioning. A practical application of
conditioning and physical training theory to teaching and coaching sport and
fitness activities using track and field as a model. Discussion of the full
scope of training parameters as they relate to advanced training techniques
and the pursuit of peak human performance.