Wellness (WELL)

WELL 1001. Team Sports I. (1 Credit)

Basic skills are provided in the sports of basketball and volleyball. Cardiovasular conditioning is stressed.

WELL 1007. Aquatics I. (1 Credit)

This course is designed for the non-swimmer and novice. The course will address basic swimming techniques, safety and aqua aerobics. Emphasis is placed on improving overall cardiovascular efficiency and acquiring survival skills.

WELL 1020. Aquatics II. (1 Credit)

This course is designed for the swimmer. The course will address swimming techniques and safety. Emphasis is placed on improving cardiovascular efficiency and acquiring survival skills. Prerequisite: PEDH 1007 or WELL 1007.

WELL 1105. Strength Training I. (2 Credits)

Involves strength training through a circuit of isotonic exercise using barbells, dumbells, and a selection of fixed/variable resistance machines. Cover muscles of the body, types of muscular contractions, and principles of strength training. Includes orientation to the fitness center. Prerequisite: None. Offered: Fall, Spring.

WELL 1106. Walk, Jog, Run. (2 Credits)

Involves cardiovasuclar tranining through endurance walking, jogging, or running. Includes information on why such training is needed, how it is accomplished, and what results can be expected. Prerequisite: None. Offered: Fall, Spring.

WELL 1115. Step Aerobics. (2 Credits)

Emphasis is on cardiovascular endurance, muscle conditioning, and flexibility development. Continuous exercise is combined with music. Includes orientation to the fitness center. Prerequisite: None. Offered: Fall, Spring.

WELL 1122. Basketball I. (1 Credit)

An introduction to the fundamental skills & knowledge necessary to play basketball. Includes instruction in passing, dribbling, shooting, basic strategies, & rules. Prerequisites: None. Offered: On demand.

WELL 1123. Aerobic Pump. (2 Credits)

This course is designed to work the entire body using barbells with adjustable weights to music. Beginning with a general warm up, participants are led through a series of exercises including squats, presses, lifts and curls. The focus is on correct lifting techniques using light to moderate weights and high repetitions. Prerequisite: None. Offered: On demand.

WELL 1125. Badminton I. (1 Credit)

Introduction to techniques such as serve, clear, drop, smash, and drives with an emphasis on strategy and rules. Prerequisites: None. Offered: Fall, Spring.

WELL 1126. Tennis I. (1 Credit)

An introduction to the fundamental skills and knowledge necessary to play tennis. Includes instruction on the forehand, backhand, serve, basic strategies and rules. Prerequsitie: None. Offered: Fall, Spring.

WELL 1132. Lifeguard Training. (2 Credits)

Designed to teach fundamental skills and knowledge necessary to save one's own life or the life of another in the event of an aquatics emergency. Student can qualify for Red Cross certification through this course. Prerequisite: Swim Test. Offered: On demand.

WELL 1142. Square Dancing. (1 Credit)

Introduction to the basic steps and figures of square dancing. Prerequisite: None. Offered: On demand.

WELL 1148. Archery I. (1 Credit)

This course is a Physical Education elective course designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals of archery. Students will learn the history of archery, proper equipment use, techniques, rules, terminology, scoring, and etiquette. Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: None. Offered: Fall, Spring.

WELL 1151. Golf I. (1 Credit)

Introduction to techniques such as putting, chipping, pitching, sand play, full swing irons, and woods with an emphasis on the rules and etiquette of golf. Prerequisite: None. Offered: Fall, Spring.

WELL 1156. Volleyball I. (1 Credit)

An introduction to the fundamental skills and knowledge necessary to play volleyball. Includes instruction in the serve, forearm pass, overhead pass, dig, spike, block, basic strategies, and rules. Prerequisite: None. Offered: Fall.

WELL 1161. Fitness I. (2 Credits)

Discussion of the four major components of fitness: cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and body composition. Prerequisite: None. Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

WELL 1166. Racquetball I. (1 Credit)

An introduction to the fundamental skills and knowledge necessary to play racquetball. Includes instruction on forehands, backhands, serves, basic strategies, and rules. Prerequisite: None. Offered: Fall, Spring.

WELL 1187. Yoga I. (1 Credit)

A course designed to teach the student the various styles & techniques involved of yoga. Prerequisite: None. Offered: On demand.

WELL 1243. Zumba Dance I. (1 Credit)

A course designed to introduce the student to the skills involved with Zumba dancing. This course will offer a survey of the technique of basic Latin dance moves as well as the choreography of Zumba dance.