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HEALTH AND FITNESS

HFIT-170
Recreational Activities (1-3)

Course Level: Undergraduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic. Development of skills, techniques, and knowledge of selected individual, dual, and team activities with emphasis on seasonal sports, including volleyball and soccer.

HFIT-170
001
HEALTH AND FITNESS
FALL 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Recreational Activities (1-3)

Volleyball

This course teaches volleyball skills, game performance, and the joy of the sport. The goal of volleyball is to perform each skill with proper technique and to direct the volleyball to the intended target. The course focuses on the continuation of skill development as well as providing an arena to play the sport. In this activity class students execute each type of skill.

HFIT-170
002
HEALTH AND FITNESS
FALL 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Recreational Activities (1-3)

Soccer

This course is an individual, as well as team coordinated approach to assisting students in understanding the game of soccer as a means of maintaining or improving higher levels of fitness. While developing the individual skills and team play necessary to participate in this sport, students receive valuable fitness benefits such as improved cardiovascular health, flexibility, balance, and coordination which aid in keeping a healthy lifestyle.

HFIT-170
004
HEALTH AND FITNESS
FALL 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Recreational Activities (1-3)

Total Body Conditioning

A high intensity, mixed martial arts (MMA) based conditioning class, which focuses primarily on the physical conditioning and striking applicable in MMA and self-defense. Students spend extensive time striking pads and learn basic clinch work, takedowns, and grappling via one-on-one drills and light sparring. Students must provide their own boxing gloves and wraps.

HFIT-170
005
HEALTH AND FITNESS
FALL 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Recreational Activities (1-3)

Total Body Conditioning

A high intensity, mixed martial arts (MMA) based conditioning class, which focuses primarily on the physical conditioning and striking applicable in MMA and self-defense. Students spend extensive time striking pads and learn basic clinch work, takedowns, and grappling via one-on-one drills and light sparring. Students must provide their own boxing gloves and wraps.

HFIT-170
006
HEALTH AND FITNESS
FALL 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Recreational Activities (1-3)

Advanced Golf

This advanced golf class builds on skills taught in HFIT-150 Beginning Golf and HFIT-170 Intermediate Golf. Emphasis is placed on putting theory into action. Outdoor on the course instruction builds hands on knowledge and ability and assigned readings add to students' knowledge of golf skills and etiquette.

HFIT-170
002
HEALTH AND FITNESS
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Undergraduate

Recreational Activities (1-3)

Soccer

This course is an individual, as well as team coordinated approach to assisting students in understanding the game of soccer as a means of maintaining or improving higher levels of fitness. While developing the individual skills and team play necessary to participate in this sport, students receive valuable fitness benefits such as improved cardiovascular health, flexibility, balance, and coordination which aid in keeping a healthy lifestyle.

HFIT-170
003
HEALTH AND FITNESS
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Undergraduate

Recreational Activities (1-3)

Intermediate Golf

This course builds on skills taught in HFIT-150 Beginning Golf. Themes and topics vary week to week. Students spend time on putting, chipping, pitching, full swings, rules and etiquette, and current events.

HFIT-170
005
HEALTH AND FITNESS
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Undergraduate

Recreational Activities (1-3)

Total Body Conditioning

A high intensity Muay Thai and mixed martial arts (MMA) based conditioning class, which focuses primarily on the physical conditioning and striking applicable in Muay Thai, MMA, and self-defense. Students spend class time learning basic striking and defensive techniques, striking pads, clinching drills, takedowns, grappling techniques, and sparring. Students must provide their own boxing gloves, hand wraps, mouth guard, and shin guards.

HFIT-170
010
HEALTH AND FITNESS
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Undergraduate

Recreational Activities (1-3)

Total Body Conditioning

A high intensity Muay Thai and mixed martial arts (MMA) based conditioning class, which focuses primarily on the physical conditioning and striking applicable in Muay Thai, MMA, and self-defense. Students spend class time learning basic striking and defensive techniques, striking pads, clinching drills, takedowns, grappling techniques, and sparring. Students must provide their own boxing gloves, hand wraps, mouth guard, and shin guards.

HFIT-170
011
HEALTH AND FITNESS
SPRING 2015

Course Level: Undergraduate

Recreational Activities (1-3)

Volleyball

This course teaches volleyball skills, game performance, and the joy of the sport. The goal of volleyball is to perform each skill with proper technique and to direct the volleyball to the intended target. The course focuses on the continuation of skill development as well as providing an arena to play the sport. In this activity class students execute each type of skill.