Aug 14, 2022  
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P E 159 - Sports Conditioning

1 Credits
Students will learn sports conditioning principles through participation in a structured, advanced fitness program including pre-season, post-season, and off-season conditioning considerations. Topics will include program design, injury prevention, dynamic warm-up, flexibility, muscle activation, power, strength, and metabolic conditioning.

Instructor Permission Required Yes
Course Note May not be taken concurrently with PE 259
FeesPA

Quarters Typically Offered





Designed to Serve Students interested in advanced, sports conditioning program.
Active Date 20170622T08:40:07

Grading Basis Decimal Grade
Class Limit 30
Contact Hours: Lecture 0 Lab 22 Field Studies 0 Clinical 0 Independent Studies 0
Total Contact Hours 22
Degree Distributions:
AA
  • Physical Education

PE Activity Course Yes

Course Outline
  • Weeks 1 and 2: Testing to establish baseline numbers. Testing will include The Functional Movement Screen, Power testing, flexibility testing, and cardio respiratory testing. Instruction in proper warm up techniques, drills, and exercises.
  • Weeks 3-6: Working on a specifically programmed conditioning routine that includes warm up and activation, power, strength, and metabolic conditioning.
  • Weeks 7-9: Continuing the work as above with specific progressions based on progress and proficiency of weeks. The separation of athletes going into a season vs. in off season will occur.
  • Week 10: Performance testing for progress measurement. All tests performed at the beginning of each quarter will be repeated.


Student Learning Outcomes
Apply knowledge of concepts, terminology, rules, strategies, and tactics relevant to the performance and movement patterns of the activity.

Demonstrate competency in several motor skills relevant to the performance and movement patterns of the activity.

Describe effective conditioning strategies for each component of fitness (cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition).

Apply the F.I.T.T. principle to design and implement an appropriate fitness plan.

Assess and demonstrate an improvement in one or more of the health-related physical fitness components (cardiorespiratory endurance, body composition, muscular strength, muscular endurance, or flexibility).

Assess and demonstrate an improvement in one or more of the skill-related physical fitness components (agility, coordination, balance, power, reaction time, or speed).

Adhere to a regular physical activity pattern.



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