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KINE 148C: Lifetime Fitness and Wellness (3 units)Vanguard University of Southern CaliforniaDepartment of KinesiologyUniversity MissionThe mission of Vanguard University is to pursue knowledge, cultivate character, deepen faith andequip each student for a Spirit empowered life of Christ-centered leadership and service.Instructor:Antoinette PitchfordOffice:TBAOffice Hours: Virtual office hours/meetings are available by appointmentEmail:[email protected]Course DescriptionThis course presents information and activities which emphasize wellness, fitness and exerciseand their relationship to health. This course also explores how health, fitness and faithinterconnect. Lectures and a variety of accompanying laboratory activities help students makeinformed decisions about fitness, exercise, and health throughout their lifetime. Regularparticipation in physical activity is a component of the course.Student Learning OutcomesActivitiesPerformanceAssessmentThe student will explain thedimensions of wellness, the variousfactors affecting each dimension,and how dimensions are interrelated.Lecture/DiscussionsLaboratory exercisesInstructor evaluated exams,laboratory assignments andreports.ExamThe student will be able to identifyand describe the various componentsof physical fitness.ExamThe student will be able to assesspersonal levels of fitness.Fitness AssessmentsFitness AssessmentAssignmentThe student will be able to execute apersonal program for improvementor maintenance of designatedcomponents of physical fitness.Activity RecordActivity Prescription
The student will be able to describeand discuss the health benefits of afitness program and the effects oftraining on the functioning of thebody.Lecture/DiscussionsExamThe student will describe hownutrition plays a role in personalfitness and wellness.Lecture/DiscussionsNutrition Diary andAnalysisThe student will describe therelationship between personalbehaviors and lifelong health andwellness.Lecture/DiscussionsDiscussion ForumWritten paperThe student will identify andimplement strategies that improvean individual’s wellness.Lectures and discussionwill focus on holisticwellness.Lab activitiesReflection duringparticipation in physicalactivity.Activity PrescriptionNutrition Diary andAnalysisStress ManagementLabThe student will recognize andexplain how biblical principlesapply to one’s individual choicesthat affect health and wellness.Discussion on topicspertaining to wellnessfrom a Christianperspective.Discussion ForumDiscover exercises/activities thatyou find enjoyable by participatingin classVariety of CV andMuscle Fitness basedactivitiesActivity log; reportsCourse DesignThis is a 3-hour course which includes a lecture portion and an activities lab portion. The coursewill meet on Monday, Wednesday,orTuesday, Thursday throughout the semester with anadditional day of activity of one’s choice required and documented per week.

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Term
Spring
Professor
D.Campbell
Tags
Physical exercise, Health club

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