day1 - DAY 1 I PRELIMINARY INFORMATION-CLASS POLICIES AND...

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Unformatted text preview: DAY 1 I. PRELIMINARY INFORMATION--CLASS POLICIES AND WEIGHT ROOM POLICIES A. Time of Class -- 10 minutes after hour until 10 minutes before the hour. B. Number of classes -- Only one absence is allowed if one wishes physical education credit. Everyone must attend the first four classes. C. Make-ups can only be made on the opposite days of your class. For example, if students are in a Monday/ Wednesday class, they can only make up an absence on Tuesday or Thursday at 10:00, 11:00, 1:00, or 2:00, if classes are being conducted at those times. D. Attire -- Students must wear shoes, elastic or drawstring waist shorts or sweats, shirt or sweat top that covers midriff. Zippers, buttons, buckles or any other objects that can damage the upholstery are not acceptable. E. All weights should be put back on trees or racks when you are finished with an exercise. Weights should never be left on the floor or lifting bars. F. Philosophy: • To teach students the proper technique of lifting and spotting. • To provide information for students to be able to put together their own program. • To attempt to eliminate intimidation in the gym. • To teach the course as a lifetime activity and as a necessary part of fitness. G. Etiquette -- Proper gym etiquette is expected. Whoever is using the apparatus “owns it”. One must ask for permission to work-in on an exercise. H. Progress -- Once all sets of an exercise have been achieved successfully, without the help of a spotter, the weight should be moved up minimally the next time you lift. the next time you lift....
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