Physical Education and Recreation

HPER-103: Cross Training Cardio I, Credits = 1
A total body workout combining kickboxing, step, intervals, resistance training, Pilates, sports conditioning, dance and just about anything cardio or sculpting. Designed to help cross train your body. Abdominal training included.

HPER-105: Jogging, Credits = 1
This course will explore the theory, knowledge, and practical experience in the principles of jogging and its relationship to lifetime fitness.

HPER-107: Tone Zone I, Credits = 1
The Tone Zone will introduce students to basic fitness principles, exercise routines, and assessment tools needed to develop lifelong exercise habits. The course will utilize variable resistance strength machines, free weights, stretching routines and various cardiovascular exercises.

HPER-108: Tone Zone II, Credits = 1
The Tone Zone will introduce students to basic fitness principles, exercise routines, and assessment tools needed to develop lifelong exercise habits. This course will utilize variable resistance strength machines, free weights, stretching routines, and various cardiovascular exercises.

HPER-109: Tone Zone III, Credits = 1
The Tone Zone will introduce students to basic fitness principles, exercise routines, and assessment tools needed to develop lifelong exercise habits. The course will utilize variable resistance strength machines, free weights, stretching routines, and various cardiovascular exercises.

HPER-110: Speed Training I, Credits = 1
This course will explore the theory, knowledge, and practical experience in speed and agility conditioning on various types of equipment to achieve personal fitness goals.

HPER-111: Cross Training Cardio II, Credits = 1
A total body workout combining kickboxing, step, intervals, resistance training, Pilates, sports conditioning, dance and just about anything cardio or sculpting. Designed to help cross train your body. Abdominal training included.

HPER-116: Beginning Tennis, Credits = 1
This course will explore the theory, knowledge, and practical experience in the principles of tennis and its relationship to lifetime fitness.

HPER-117: Intermediate Tennis, Credits = 1
This course will explore the theory, knowledge, and practical experience in the principles of tennis and its relationship to lifetime fitness.

HPER-118: Skiing/Snowboarding I, Credits = 1
This course, located at Bluewood Recreation Area, will emphasize the safety, equipment, skills, and practice related to snow skiing and snowboarding. Students must attend orientation. Additional fee required.

HPER-120: Beginning Golf, Credits = 1
This course explores the theory, knowledge and practical experience in the principles of golf and its relationship to personal fitness.

HPER-121: Intermediate Golf, Credits = 1
This course explores the theory, knowledge and practical experience in the principles of golf and its relationship to personal fitness.

HPER-122: Weight Training I, Credits = 1
This course explores the theory, knowledge and practical experience in the principles of weight training and its relationship to lifetime fitness.

HPER-123: Weight Training II, Credits = 1
This course explores the theory, knowledge and practical experience in the principles of weight training and its relationship to lifetime fitness.

HPER-124: Weight Training III, Credits = 1
This course explores the theory, knowledge and practical experience in the principles of weight training and its relationship to lifetime fitness.

HPER-131: Skiing/Snowboarding II, Credits = 1
This course, located at Bluewood Recreation Area, will emphasize the safety, equipment, skills, and practice related to snow skiing and snowboarding. Students must attend orientation. Additional fee required.

HPER-137: Zumba I, Credits = 1
Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International Music and Dance themes creating a dynamic, exciting and effective fitness system; both fast and slow rhythmic training will be used. Students will join the fun party-like atmosphere and will receive feedback as they monitor caloric burn. Current fitness level will be assessed and analyzed using accepted measurement techniques. Those measurement tools will be used throughout the quarter to measure fitness progress and students will be taught how to apply these tools to any form of cardio work. Students will also have an opportunity to improve dance skills.

HPER-138: Zumba II, Credits = 1
Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International Music and Dance themes creating a dynamic, exciting and effective fitness system; both fast and slow rhythmic training will be used. Students will join the fun party-like atmosphere and will receive feedback as they monitor caloric burn. Current fitness level will be assessed and analyzed using accepted measurement techniques. Those measurement tools will be used throughout the quarter to measure fitness progress and students will be taught how to apply these tools to any form of cardio work. Students will also have an opportunity to improve dance skills.

HPER-139: Archery I, Credits = 1
This course, designed for the beginning or intermediate archer, will expose students to the sport's history, terminology, equipment, etiquette, and skill fundamentals.

HPER-140: Archery II, Credits = 1
This course, designed for the beginning or intermediate archer, will expose students to the sport's history, terminology, equipment, etiquette, and skill fundamentals.

HPER-144: Walking I, Credits = 1
This course explores the theory, knowledge and practical experience in the principles of walking and its relationship to lifetime fitness.

HPER-147: Walking II, Credits = 1
This course explores the theory, knowledge and practical experience in the principles of walking and its relationship to lifetime fitness.

HPER-148: Walking III, Credits = 1
This course explores the theory, knowledge and practical experience in the principles of walking and its relationship to lifetime fitness.

HPER-156: Yoga I, Credits = 1
This activity course will emphasize the techniques and tools and practices of yoga. Yoga poses, stress management methods, the lifetime fitness value of yoga, and anatomy of the body will be explored.

HPER-157: Yoga II, Credits = 1
This activity course will emphasize the techniques and tools and practices of yoga. Yoga poses, stress management methods, the lifetime fitness value of yoga, and anatomy of the body will be explored.

HPER-160: Basic Rodeo Skills and Rules, Credits = 2
This high intensity sports activity course will emphasize the skills, strategies, etiquette, and safety of college rodeo.

HPER-161: Intermediate Rodeo Skills and Rules, Credits = 2
This high intensity sports activity course will emphasize the skills, strategies, etiquette, and safety of college rodeo.

HPER-162: Advanced Rodeo Skills and Rules, Credits = 2
Sports activity course emphasizing skills, rules and strategies of college rodeo.

HPER-166: Online Yoga I, Credits = 1
This course will explore the theory, knowledge, research, and online discussions exploring general yoga principles and lifetime fitness. The workout component will be in the concurrently enrolled HPER 167 class.

HPER-167: Online Yoga II, Credits = 1
This activity course will emphasize the practice of yoga. Concurrent enrollment in HPER 166 required.

HPER-171: Basketball Skills and Rules, Credits = 2
This high intensity sports activity course will emphasize skills, strategies, safety, methods, and materials in competitive sports.

HPER-172: Baseball/Softball Skills and Rules, Credits = 2
This high intensity sports activity course will emphasize skills, strategies, safety, methods, and materials in competitive sports.

HPER-174: Volleyball Skills and Rules, Credits = 2
This high intensity sports activity course will emphasize skills, strategies, safety, methods, and materials in competitive sports.

HPER-176: Golf Skills and Rules, Credits = 2
This high intensity sports activity course will emphasize skills, strategies, safety, methods, and materials in competitive sports.

HPER-177: Soccer Skills and Rules, Credits = 2
This high intensity sports activity course will emphasize skills, strategies, safety, methods, and materials in competitive sports.

HPER-181: Basketball Methods and Materials, Credits = 2
This high intensity sports activity course will emphasize skills, strategies, safety, methods, and materials in competitive sports

HPER-182: Baseball/Softball Methods and Materials, Credits = 2
This high intensity sports activity course will emphasize skills, strategies, safety, methods, and materials in competitive sports.

HPER-184: Volleyball Methods and Materials, Credits = 2
This high intensity sports activity course will emphasize skills, strategies, safety, methods, and materials in competitive sports.

HPER-186: Golf Methods and Materials, Credits = 2
This high intensity sports activity course will emphasize skills, strategies, safety, methods, and materials in competitive sports.

HPER-187: Soccer Methods and Materials, Credits = 2
This high intensity sports activity course will emphasize skills, strategies, safety, methods, and materials in competitive sports.

HPER-188: Basic Fitness I, Credits = 1
This course will explore the theory knowledge, research, and online discussions exploring general exercise principles and lifetime fitness. The workout component will be included in the concurrently enrolled HPER 189 class.

HPER-189: Basic Fitness II, Credits = 1
This activity course will emphasize the practice of basic fitness. Concurrent enrollment in HPER 188 is required.

HPER-190: Basic Fitness III, Credits = 1
This activity course will emphasize the practice of basic fitness. Prerequisite: HPER 188 and 189.

HPER-191: Core Workout, Credits = 1
A beginning dance fitness course. Emphasis will be placed on the center Core of the body, since this is where most athletic skills generate.

HPER-264: Stress Management, Credits = 3
Stress is a normal part of life. Some of the most common triggers associated with stress will be discussed. Students will learn techniques to manage these stressors in a healthful way. Both physical and mental coping skills will be explored. This course counts as an ELECTIVE toward an AA degree, NOT as an ACTIVITY COURSE.

HPER-267: Outdoor Recreation, Credits = 5
This course explores the history, development, principles and trends of National Parks, outdoor recreation, facility development, liability, and recreation leadership. Active participation in many recreation activities. This course counts as an ELECTIVE toward an AA degree, NOT as an ACTIVITY COURSE.

HPER-268: Diversity in Sports, Credits = 5
This course will examine diversity issues in the sporting world from the 1930's to present day. Topics will include athletes that have overcome social biases such as race, gender, religion and disability in the context of the Olympics, Special Olympics, Paralympics, NCAA and professional sports. This course counts an elective and diversity credit toward the AA degree, not as an activity course.

HPER-274: Personal and Community Health and Hygiene, Credits = 5
This course will present current information to students and enable them to make intelligent decisions concerning their physical, mental, and social well-being. The importance of positive personality and self-image is also stressed as a basis for sound health decisions. This course counts as an ELECTIVE toward an AA degree, NOT as an ACTIVITY COURSE.

HPER-275: Prevention and Care of Athletic Injury, Credits = 5
This course will cover basic knowledge for the prevention and recognition of athletic injuries and illnesses. Students will develop skills necessary to treat minor injuries and tape/brace prophylactically or after an injury. Class will be in lecture format with a lab component. Counts as an ELECTIVE toward an AA degree, NOT as an ACTIVITY COURSE.