Academic Courses

The Department of Health, Wellness and Physical Education (HWPE) provides academic opportunities to over 2,400 students a year through a wide variety and diverse collection of course offerings in both activity and lecture based theory classes. Classes are held on both West and East Campuses.

Courses for the current semester are listed below. Course listings for other semesters are available here.

Summer2 2017

PHYSEDU 122
Section
01
BASKETBALL
Wilson Rec 130
MTuTh 06:00 PM-08:05 PM
Instructor:
King, John Kenny

Development of individual and team skills. Instructor: King, Silar, or Welsh

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 143
Section
01M
BEGINNING TENNIS
Wilson Rec 117
MTuWThF 10:00 AM-12:05 PM
Instructor:
Hampton, Janis

Addresses tennis fundamentals through basic drills and games that will lead into match-play. Instructor: Hampton or Rosenthal

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 104
Section
01
CIRCUIT TRAINING
Wilson Rec 09
MTuWThF 09:30 AM-10:45 AM
Instructor:
Branson, Sheri

Combine strength and cardio training in a variety of settings (weight room, courts, fields, track, etc) to create an efficient and challenging program to develop strength, endurance, flexibility and coordination. Instructor: Branson, Garstecki, or Finnegan

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 203
Section
01
DIET AND NUTRITION
Wilson Rec 020
MTuTh 05:00 PM-07:05 PM
Instructor:
Alphin, Franca

How diet affects well-being and reduces risk of certain diseases. Basic nutrition principles, sports performance enhancement, supplements, disordered eating, vegetarianism, herbs, diet and disease, and current trends in nutrition. Instructor: Alphin

Credits:
1
PHYSEDU 144
Section
01
INTERMEDIATE TENNIS
Wilson Rec 117
MTuTh 06:00 PM-08:05 PM
Instructor:
Hampton, Janis

Strategy of the game and stroke development. Instructor: Hampton or Rosenthal

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 170
Section
01
YOGA
Wilson Rec 110
MTuWThF 11:00 AM-12:15 PM
Instructor:
Branson, Sheri

An introduction to hatha yoga and yoga philosophy with a focus on balance, strength and flexibility of mind, body, and breath. Instructor: Orr, Roberts, Branson, Finnegan

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 170
Section
02
YOGA
Wilson Rec 110
MTuWThF 12:30 PM-01:45 PM
Instructor:
Branson, Sheri

An introduction to hatha yoga and yoga philosophy with a focus on balance, strength and flexibility of mind, body, and breath. Instructor: Orr, Roberts, Branson, Finnegan

Credits:
0.5

Summer1 2017

PHYSEDU 113
Section
02
WEIGHT TRAINING
Wilson Rec 09
MTuWThF 09:30 AM-10:45 AM
Instructor:
Garstecki, Leigh Ann

Develop and implement an individualized weight training program. Learn program design parameters for different goals (bulking, toning, strength, power), proper form for a variety of exercises and equipment, periodization, and safety. Instructor: McNally, Wilbourn

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 122
Section
02M
BASKETBALL
Wilson Rec 130
MTuWThF 02:00 PM-04:05 PM
Instructor:
King, John Kenny

Development of individual and team skills. Instructor: King, Silar, or Welsh

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 122
Section
01M
BASKETBALL
Wilson Rec 130
MTuWThF 10:00 AM-12:05 PM
Instructor:
King, John Kenny

Development of individual and team skills. Instructor: King, Silar, or Welsh

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 135
Section
01
BEGINNING SWIMMING
Wilson Rec 117
MTuWThF 02:00 PM-03:15 PM
Instructor:
Rutledge, Abigail

Gain water skills and self-confidence. Topics include propulsion techniques, floating on front and back, water safety, and basic demonstration of five strokes: front crawl, breaststroke, sidestroke, elementary backstroke, and racing backstroke. Instructor: Milam, Rutledge

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 143
Section
01M
BEGINNING TENNIS
Wilson Rec 117
MTuWThF 10:00 AM-12:05 PM
Instructor:
Hampton, Janis

Addresses tennis fundamentals through basic drills and games that will lead into match-play. Instructor: Hampton or Rosenthal

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 104
Section
01
CIRCUIT TRAINING
Wilson Rec 09
MTuWThF 03:30 PM-04:45 PM
Instructor:
Garstecki, Leigh Ann

Combine strength and cardio training in a variety of settings (weight room, courts, fields, track, etc) to create an efficient and challenging program to develop strength, endurance, flexibility and coordination. Instructor: Branson or Garstecki

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 206
Section
01
EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
TBA
MTuTh 12:30 PM-02:35 PM
Instructor:
McNally, Kim

Reviews physiological adaptations (cardiorespiratory, musculoskeletal, nervous, endocrine) that occur with exercise training leading to improved health and performance. Examines practical applications such as workout design, nutrition, fitness testing, and body composition management. Instructor: McNally

Credits:
1
PHYSEDU 113
Section
01
WEIGHT TRAINING
Wilson Rec 09
MTuWThF 12:30 PM-01:45 PM
Instructor:
Garstecki, Leigh Ann

Develop and implement an individualized weight training program. Learn program design parameters for different goals (bulking, toning, strength, power), proper form for a variety of exercises and equipment, periodization, and safety. Instructor: McNally, Horne, Wilbourn

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 116
Section
01
WEIGHT TRAINING FOR WOMEN
Wilson Rec 09
MTuWThF 09:30 AM-10:45 AM
Instructor:
Garstecki, Leigh Ann

Learn how to design and implement a weight training program to address individualized goals such as toning and increasing strength. Emphasis on functional strength and core training. Accommodates beginner to advanced. Instructor: Branson or Ogilvie

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 170
Section
01
YOGA
Wilson Rec 110
MTuWThF 08:00 AM-09:15 AM
Instructor:
Jindra, Lisa K

An introduction to hatha yoga and yoga philosophy with a focus on balance, strength and flexibility of mind, body, and breath. Instructor: Orr, Roberts, Branson, Finnegan

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 170
Section
02
YOGA
Wilson Rec 110
MTuWThF 02:00 PM-03:15 PM
Instructor:
Jindra, Lisa K

An introduction to hatha yoga and yoga philosophy with a focus on balance, strength and flexibility of mind, body, and breath. Instructor: Orr, Roberts, Branson, Finnegan

Credits:
0.5

Spring 2017

PHYSEDU 161
Section
01
AIKIDO
Wilson Rec 0016B
TuTh 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
Kaufmann, Steven

Takes the competition out and puts the cooperation in. Partner practice maximizes the fluidity of delivering the attack, handling an attack, and skills for staying safe. Foundational movements. Instructor: Kaufmann

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 190
Section
01
ATHLETIC INJURIES
Wilson Rec 018
TuTh 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Todd, Jennie S

Basic instruction in prevention, recognition, care, and rehabilitation of athletic-related injuries. Instructor: Todd

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 176
Section
01
BEGINNING EQUITATION I
Wilson Rec 117
M 10:05 AM-12:35 PM
Instructor:
Rollins, Virginia

Introduction to horseback riding: basic horsemanship; walk, trot, and canter; as well as learning proper care of a horse before and after riding. Course held at Echo Creek Riding in Hillsborough, NC. Transportation needed. Additional fees apply. Contact instructor at echocreekriding@gmail.com for more information on location and fees. Instructor: Rollins

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 177
Section
01
BEGINNING EQUITATION II
Wilson Rec 117
Tu 10:05 AM-12:05 PM
Instructor:
Rollins, Virginia

Continuation of Beginning Equitation I or for riders with limited experience. Students will refine their horse care and walk/trot skills, expand their skills of cantering, and possibly learn how to jump. Course is held at Echo Creek Riding in Hillsborough, NC. Transportation needed. Additional fees apply.Contact instructor at echocreekriding@gmail.com for more information on location and fees. Instructor: Rollins

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 206
Section
01
EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
Wilson Rec 020
TuTh 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
McNally, Kim

Reviews physiological adaptations (cardiorespiratory, musculoskeletal, nervous, endocrine) that occur with exercise training leading to improved health and performance. Examines practical applications such as workout design, nutrition, fitness testing, and body composition management. Instructor: McNally

Credits:
1
PHYSEDU 182
Section
01
FLY FISHING
Brodie Rec 208
TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Finlayson, Malcolm

Includes fly tying, casting, methods of fly fishing, knots, and practical techniques. Instructor: Staff

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 164
Section
01
INT/ADV TAE KWON DO/KARATE
Brodie Rec
TuTh 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
Lee, Kang

Emphasis on principles of teaching excellence, personal attention, and tradition. Students will further develop Tae Kwon Do skills. Advanced kicking techniques, practical self defense with joint manipulations/throws and Olympic style sparring (WTF system) will be introduced. Etiquette, history, philosophy of Tae Kwon Do are also taught during class. Accommodates the intermediate to advanced student. Instructor: Lee

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 162
Section
01
INTERMEDIATE AIKIDO
Wilson Rec 0016B
TuTh 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
Kaufmann, Steven

More advanced training for Aikido techniques and more fun. If you've seen movies where the actor rolls across the car you've seen an Aikido roll. One semester of martial arts and rolling skills required. Instructor: Kaufmann

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 166
Section
01
INTERMEDIATE TAI CHI
Wilson Rec 125
TuTh 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Kaufmann, Steven

Internal martial art develops belly muscles with breathing as the key to moving power and energy. Instructor continues to show applications of Tai Chi through study of Chen long form. Push hands partner practice. Instructor: Kaufmann

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 171
Section
01
INTERMEDIATE YOGA
Brodie Rec 149
TuTh 08:30 AM-09:45 AM
Instructor:
FINNEGAN, MARIA

Building on previous hatha yoga experience to deepen student's practice, level of mindfulness, and understanding of philosophy relevant to experiential work with the goals of improved flexibility, strength, balance, concentration, and calmness.

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 183
Section
01
KAYAKING
Brodie Rec
Th 03:20 PM-05:50 PM
Instructor:
Beezley, Theresa

Prepares students to kayak intermediate rivers with focus on safety, enjoyment, and skill. Topics include equipment, boat control, advanced paddle techniques and boat maneuvers, river classification, trip planning, and fitness. Includes 1-2 night class trip. Instructor: Hendricks

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 172
Section
01
MASSAGE THERAPY
Brodie Rec 149
F 03:05 PM-05:35 PM
Instructor:
Brame, Robert

Emphasis on techniques and philosophies of massage therapy which enhance the connection of body, mind, and spirit. Benefits and healing potential. Techniques which can be integrated into a healthier lifestyle. Instructor: Brame

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 160
Section
01
MIXED MARTIAL ARTS TRAINING
Brodie Rec 149
MW 03:05 PM-04:20 PM
Instructor:
Shamp, Seth

A high energy workout designed to develop physical fitness while learning realistic self defense, kick boxing, and ground fighting techniques, to provide the student with a wide self defense system. Instructor: Staff

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 180
Section
01
OUTDOOR RECREATION
Wilson Rec 018
Th 01:25 PM-03:55 PM
Instructor:
Hendricks, Christopher Andrew

Provides an introduction to basic skills and concepts in a variety of outdoor adventure pursuits. Covers trip planning, menu preparation, cooking, orienteering, navigation, first aid and safety, with emphasis on 'learning by doing'. Focus is on the fundamentals of backcountry camping, with an introduction to climbing, mountain biking, and kayaking. Includes a 1-2 night trip. Instructor: Hendricks

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 181
Section
01
ROCK CLIMBING
Wilson Rec 117
MW 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
Hendricks, Christopher Andrew

Designed for students with minimal or no experience in rock climbing. Includes top rope climbing technique, fitness, rappelling, anchor systems, and other topics. Instructor: Staff

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 159
Section
01
SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN
TBA
MW 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Whitfield, Diane

Learn practical and realistic skills for self-protection and defense for women. Instructor: Whitfield

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 167
Section
01
SHORT STAFF AIKIJO
Wilson Rec 125
TuTh 08:30 AM-09:45 AM
Instructor:
Kaufmann, Steven

Martial art with a hardwood stick based on blending principles of Aikido. Coordinating whole body movements with grace and fluidity for maximum safety and power. Solo and partner foundational movements. Instructor: Kaufmann

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 223
Section
01
SPORT ETHICS
Wilson Rec 020
M 11:45 AM-02:15 PM
Instructor:
Dale, Greg

Moral reasoning and ethical values in sport today. Emphasis on character development and sportsmanship and their influence on fair play for everyone. Instructor: Dale

Credits:
1
PHYSEDU 225
Section
01
SPORTS LEADERSHIP
Wilson Rec 020
W 11:45 AM-02:15 PM
Instructor:
Yakola, Scott

Examine the principles and practices of leadership development with an emphasis on their application to sports as applied to the individual and in leading a team and /or organization. Topics to include value based leadership, self-awareness as a leader, ethical leadership, leadership styles, strategies for effective leadership development including and through proper communication, motivation, conflict resolution, team building, group dynamics, and decision making. Instructor: Yakola

Credits:
1
PHYSEDU 212
Section
01
SPORTS MEDIA
Wilson Rec 020
MW 03:05 PM-04:20 PM
Instructor:
Moore, John

Examine the production and consumption of information through various media forms and the impact it has on influencing and shaping the sports industry. Topics include content development and delivery through television, radio, newspaper, and the internet, image shaping through the media, regulatory issues, intellectual property and content, market coverage and current hot topics. Instructor: Moore

Credits:
1
PHYSEDU 186
Section
01
STAND UP PADDLEBOARD FITNESS
Brodie Rec
TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
FINNEGAN, MARIA

This course will introduce students to various aspects of Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) including: paddling technique, strokes, turns, water safety, SUP yoga, SUP fitness and SUP bootcamp. Using the SUP, students will have a chance to improve core strength and stability, improve cardiorespiratory fitness level, increase muscular strength and endurance and improve flexibility. Instructor: Finnegan

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 163
Section
01
TAE KWON DO/KARATE
Brodie Rec
TuTh 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Lee, Kang

Emphasis on principles of teaching excellence, personal attention, and tradition. Covers variety of self defense technique and fundamentals, which include basic blocks, punches, kicks, joint manipulations, falling techniques,sparring skills (World Taekwondo Federation system), flexibility, and conditioning. Etiquette, history, and philosophy of Tae Kwon Do are also taught during class. Instructor: Lee

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 165
Section
01
TAI CHI
Wilson Rec 110
TuTh 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Kaufmann, Steven

Graceful, healthful, and powerful. Use your brain to move your body and it becomes a meditation. Chinese internal art of self-defense with considerable health benefits. Stretches, strengthens, and improves alignment. Instructor: Kaufmann

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 240
Section
01
THEORY/PRACTICE COACHING
Wilson Rec 020
TuTh 08:30 AM-09:45 AM
Instructor:
Welsh, John

Fundamentals, strategies, and psychology of coaching. Emphasis on basketball, and track and field. Additional topics such as safety and liability, gender equity, the media, regulations, and ethics. Instructor: Welsh

Credits:
1
PHYSEDU 170
Section
04
YOGA
Brodie Rec 149
TuTh 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
Orr, John

An introduction to hatha yoga and yoga philosophy with a focus on balance, strength and flexibility of mind, body, and breath. Instructor: Orr, Roberts, Branson, Finnegan

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 170
Section
05
YOGA
Brodie Rec 149
TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Orr, John

An introduction to hatha yoga and yoga philosophy with a focus on balance, strength and flexibility of mind, body, and breath. Instructor: Orr, Roberts, Branson, Finnegan

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 170
Section
01
YOGA
Wilson Rec 110
MW 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Roberts IV, Worth D

An introduction to hatha yoga and yoga philosophy with a focus on balance, strength and flexibility of mind, body, and breath. Instructor: Orr, Roberts, Branson, Finnegan

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 170
Section
02
YOGA
Wilson Rec 125
MW 03:05 PM-04:20 PM
Instructor:
Roberts IV, Worth D

An introduction to hatha yoga and yoga philosophy with a focus on balance, strength and flexibility of mind, body, and breath. Instructor: Orr, Roberts, Branson, Finnegan

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 170
Section
03
YOGA
Wilson Rec 110
TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Roberts IV, Worth D

An introduction to hatha yoga and yoga philosophy with a focus on balance, strength and flexibility of mind, body, and breath. Instructor: Orr, Roberts, Branson, Finnegan

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 106
Section
01
ADVANCED PILATES AND BARRE
Wilson Rec 110
MW 03:05 PM-04:20 PM
Instructor:
Jindra, Lisa K

A series of exercises based in yoga, dance and sport training. Advanced techniques to continue work on posture, breathing, balance, coordination, strength and flexibility. Includes barre exercises for lower body strengthening. Equipment used includes stability balls, tubing, gliding discs, foam rollers. Previous Pilates training necessary. Instructor: Jindra

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 145
Section
01
ADVANCED TENNIS
Wilson Rec 117
TuTh 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
Hampton, Janis

Stroke development with emphasis on strategy. Instructor: Hampton

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 122
Section
01
BASKETBALL
Wilson Rec 130
TuTh 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Welsh, John

Development of individual and team skills. Instructor: King, Silar, or Welsh

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 122
Section
02
BASKETBALL
Wilson Rec 130
TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Silar, Jacki

Development of individual and team skills. Instructor: King, Silar, or Welsh

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 122
Section
03
BASKETBALL
Wilson Rec 130
F 10:05 AM-12:35 PM
Instructor:
King, John Kenny

Development of individual and team skills. Instructor: King, Silar, or Welsh

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 122
Section
04
BASKETBALL
Wilson Rec 130
F 01:25 PM-03:55 PM
Instructor:
King, John Kenny

Development of individual and team skills. Instructor: King, Silar, or Welsh

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 131
Section
01
BEGINNING GOLF
Golf Crs 01
MWF 01:40 PM-02:30 PM
Instructor:
Miller, Timothy Edward

Instructor: Miller

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 131
Section
02
BEGINNING GOLF
Golf Crs 01
MWF 03:20 PM-04:10 PM
Instructor:
Miller, Timothy Edward

Instructor: Miller

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 131
Section
03
BEGINNING GOLF
Golf Crs 01
TuTh 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Miller, Timothy Edward

Instructor: Miller

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 135
Section
01
BEGINNING SWIMMING
Brodie Rec
MW 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Douglas, Leslie

Gain water skills and self-confidence. Topics include propulsion techniques, floating on front and back, water safety, and basic demonstration of five strokes: front crawl, breaststroke, sidestroke, elementary backstroke, and racing backstroke. Instructor: Milam, Rutledge

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 143
Section
01
BEGINNING TENNIS
Brodie Rec
MW 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
ROSENTHAL, BRIAN

Addresses tennis fundamentals through basic drills and games that will lead into match-play. Instructors: Rosenthal, Hampton

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 101
Section
01
CARDIO CONDITIONING
Wilson Rec 018
MW 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
Branson, Sheri

Utilizes a variety of exercise modalities (walking, running, cycling, elliptical) and formats (intervals, circuits) to improve cardiovascular fitness. Instructor: Branson or McNally

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 101
Section
02
CARDIO CONDITIONING
Wilson Rec 018
TuTh 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
Garstecki, Leigh Ann

Utilizes a variety of exercise modalities (walking, running, cycling, elliptical) and formats (intervals, circuits) to improve cardiovascular fitness. Instructor: Branson or McNally

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 109
Section
01
CARDIO-KICKBOXING
Brodie Rec 149
MW 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Shamp, Seth

A noncontact activity designed to teach self-defense techniques while building the muscular and cardiovascular systems. Instructor: Staff

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 109
Section
02
CARDIO-KICKBOXING
Brodie Rec 149
TuTh 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Shamp, Seth

A noncontact activity designed to teach self-defense techniques while building the muscular and cardiovascular systems. Instructor: Staff

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 104
Section
01
CIRCUIT TRAINING
Wilson Rec 09
MW 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Branson, Sheri

Combine strength and cardio training in a variety of settings (weight room, courts, fields, track, etc) to create an efficient and challenging program to develop strength, endurance, flexibility and coordination. Instructor: Branson or Garstecki

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 104
Section
02
CIRCUIT TRAINING
Brodie Rec
TuTh 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
FINNEGAN, MARIA

Combine strength and cardio training in a variety of settings (weight room, courts, fields, track, etc) to create an efficient and challenging program to develop strength, endurance, flexibility and coordination. Instructor: Branson or Garstecki

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 137
Section
01
ENDURANCE SWIMMING
Wilson Rec POOL
TuTh 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Rutledge, Abigail

Refine skill and improve personal fitness. Swim longer distances using competitive strokes. Students should have a fair understanding of swim strokes. Learn set workouts and interval training to enhance cardiovascular endurance. Workouts will be tailored to skill levels in class. Instructor: Rutledge

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 137
Section
02
ENDURANCE SWIMMING
Wilson Rec POOL
TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Rutledge, Abigail

Refine skill and improve personal fitness. Swim longer distances using competitive strokes. Students should have a fair understanding of swim strokes. Learn set workouts and interval training to enhance cardiovascular endurance. Workouts will be tailored to skill levels in class. Instructor: Rutledge

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 124
Section
01
FENCING
Wilson Rec 117
MW 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Beguinet, Alex

Foils, <130>p<130>e, and saber. Instructor: Beguinet

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 89S
Section
01
FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR (TOP)
Brodie Rec 208
WF 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Hampton, Janis

Topics vary each semester offered. Instructor: Hampton

Credits:
1
PHYSEDU 117
Section
01
FITNESS FOR WOMEN
Wilson Rec 09
TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Branson, Sheri

Development of an individualized lifetime physical activity program for women. Emphasis on women's issues in exercise, assessment, application of fitness principles, exercise adherence, and cross training. Instructor: Branson, Hampton, or staff

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 107
Section
01
GROUP FITNESS OVERVIEW
Wilson Rec 110
TuTh 03:05 PM-04:20 PM
Instructor:
Jindra, Lisa K

Overview of several group exercise formats; including intervals/circuit, boot camp, Zumba/cardio dance, kickboxing, strength training, indoor cycle, yoga, Pilates, and barre. Instructor: Branson, Finnegan, or Jindra

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 103
Section
01
INDOOR CYCLING
Wilson Rec 117
MW 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Keeley, Crystal

Introduction to indoor cycling as an exercise option for all levels of fitness. Focus on a variety of simulated rides at varying degrees of intensity. Learn proper riding technique, correct bike settings, and appropriate intensity levels for a safe, effective workout. Instructor: Jindra, Branson, or Horne

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 103
Section
02
INDOOR CYCLING
Wilson Rec 117
MW 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
Jindra, Lisa K

Introduction to indoor cycling as an exercise option for all levels of fitness. Focus on a variety of simulated rides at varying degrees of intensity. Learn proper riding technique, correct bike settings, and appropriate intensity levels for a safe, effective workout. Instructor: Jindra, Branson, or Horne

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 103
Section
03
INDOOR CYCLING
Wilson Rec 117
TuTh 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Branson, Sheri

Introduction to indoor cycling as an exercise option for all levels of fitness. Focus on a variety of simulated rides at varying degrees of intensity. Learn proper riding technique, correct bike settings, and appropriate intensity levels for a safe, effective workout. Instructor: Jindra, Branson, or Horne

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 110
Section
01
INTERMEDIATE CARDIO-KICKBOXING
Brodie Rec 149
MW 08:30 AM-09:45 AM
Instructor:
Shamp, Seth

A workout that combines aerobics, cardiovascular and body toning while learning more advanced boxing and kickboxing skills for self-defense tactics. Instructor: Shamp

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 132
Section
01
INTERMEDIATE GOLF
Golf Crs 01
MW 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Miller, Timothy Edward

Stroke development and use of all clubs. Instructor: Miller

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 132
Section
02
INTERMEDIATE GOLF
Golf Crs 01
MWF 12:00 PM-12:50 PM
Instructor:
Miller, Timothy Edward

Stroke development and use of all clubs. Instructor: Miller

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 132
Section
03
INTERMEDIATE GOLF
Golf Crs 01
TuTh 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
Miller, Timothy Edward

Stroke development and use of all clubs. Instructor: Miller

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 132
Section
04
INTERMEDIATE GOLF
Golf Crs 01
TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Miller, Timothy Edward

Stroke development and use of all clubs. Instructor: Miller

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 136
Section
01
INTERMEDIATE SWIMMING
Brodie Rec
MW 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Douglas, Leslie

Improve skill and self-confidence in water. Development of five basic strokes: front crawl, breaststroke, sidestroke, racing backstroke, and elementary backstroke. Learn water safety. An introduction to using swimming for personal fitness goals. Instructor: Milam, Rutledge

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 144
Section
01
INTERMEDIATE TENNIS
Brodie Rec
MW 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
ROSENTHAL, BRIAN

Strategy of the game and stroke development. Instructor: Hampton or Rosenthal

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 144
Section
02
INTERMEDIATE TENNIS
Brodie Rec
MW 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
ROSENTHAL, BRIAN

Strategy of the game and stroke development. Instructor: Hampton or Rosenthal

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 144
Section
03
INTERMEDIATE TENNIS
Wilson Rec 117
TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Hampton, Janis

Strategy of the game and stroke development. Instructor: Hampton or Rosenthal

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 152
Section
01
LATIN DANCE
Wilson Rec 125
TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Daffron, Missy

Merengue, Salsa, Bachata, Cha-Cha, Rumba and others. Instructor: Daffron

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 118
Section
01
PERSONAL TRAINER CERTIFICATION
Wilson Rec 018
TuTh 03:05 PM-04:20 PM
Instructor:
Garstecki, Leigh Ann

Introduces the knowledge and physical skills needed to prepare for the ACE Personal Training Certification exam and become an effective personal trainer (sitting for the PT Certification exam is optional). Topics include fitness assessment and exercise program design for different exercise goals, as well as business and organizational practices for conducting personal training sessions. Instructor: Garstecki

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 105
Section
01
PILATES MAT AND BALL
Wilson Rec 110
MW 08:30 AM-09:45 AM
Instructor:
Keeley, Crystal

System of movement emphasizing strong back and abdominal muscles. Stability ball for balance and strength. Instructor: Jindra

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 105
Section
02
PILATES MAT AND BALL
Wilson Rec 110
TuTh 08:30 AM-09:45 AM
Instructor:
Keeley, Crystal

System of movement emphasizing strong back and abdominal muscles. Stability ball for balance and strength. Instructor: Jindra

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 125
Section
02
SOCCER
Wilson Rec 117
TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Brady, Michael

Basic soccer skills. Instructor: Brady or Bennekom

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 125
Section
01
SOCCER
Wilson Rec 117
MW 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Van Bennekom, Erwin

Basic soccer skills. Instructor: Brady or Bennekom

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 150
Section
01
SOCIAL DANCING
Wilson Rec 125
MW 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Daffron, Missy

Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Swing, Cha-Cha, Rumba and select line dances. Instructor: Daffron

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 102
Section
01
TRIATHLON TRAINING
Wilson Rec 117
MW 01:25 PM-02:40 PM
Instructor:
Branson, Sheri

Course to include running, biking, and swimming techniques and training; Students will increase their cardiorespiratory capacity and learn training and race day strategies such as proper form, transitions and nutrition. Students should be a proficient swimmer and supply their own swimming and running gear. Bike not required. Instructor: Branson

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 126
Section
01
VOLLEYBALL
Brodie Rec
TuTh 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
Robertson, Cristina E

Increase volleyball knowledge and skill through rules presentation, skill practice, and tournament play. Topics include passing, serving, setting, hitting, offense, defense, and outdoor play. Instructor: Pintilie

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 113
Section
01
WEIGHT TRAINING
Wilson Rec 09
MW 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Wilbourn, Richard Shawn

Develop and implement an individualized weight training program. Learn program design parameters for different goals (bulking, toning, strength, power), proper form for a variety of exercises and equipment, periodization, and safety. Instructor: McNally, Horne, Wilbourn

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 113
Section
02
WEIGHT TRAINING
Wilson Rec 09
MW 03:05 PM-04:20 PM
Instructor:
McNally, Kim

Develop and implement an individualized weight training program. Learn program design parameters for different goals (bulking, toning, strength, power), proper form for a variety of exercises and equipment, periodization, and safety. Instructor: McNally, Horne, Wilbourn

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 113
Section
04
WEIGHT TRAINING
Wilson Rec 09
TuTh 10:05 AM-11:20 AM
Instructor:
Wilbourn, Richard Shawn

Develop and implement an individualized weight training program. Learn program design parameters for different goals (bulking, toning, strength, power), proper form for a variety of exercises and equipment, periodization, and safety. Instructor: McNally, Horne, Wilbourn

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 113
Section
05
WEIGHT TRAINING
Wilson Rec 09
TuTh 03:05 PM-04:20 PM
Instructor:
McNally, Kim

Develop and implement an individualized weight training program. Learn program design parameters for different goals (bulking, toning, strength, power), proper form for a variety of exercises and equipment, periodization, and safety. Instructor: McNally, Horne, Wilbourn

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 116
Section
01
WEIGHT TRAINING FOR WOMEN
Wilson Rec 09
MW 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
Ogilvie, Jan S

Learn how to design and implement a weight training program to address individualized goals such as toning and increasing strength. Emphasis on functional strength and core training. Accommodates beginner to advanced. Instructor: Branson or Ogilvie

Credits:
0.5
PHYSEDU 116
Section
02
WEIGHT TRAINING FOR WOMEN
Wilson Rec 09
TuTh 11:45 AM-01:00 PM
Instructor:
Branson, Sheri

Learn how to design and implement a weight training program to address individualized goals such as toning and increasing strength. Emphasis on functional strength and core training. Accommodates beginner to advanced. Instructor: Branson or Ogilvie

Credits:
0.5