Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would definitely recommend this course, especially for those who are interested in pursuing a career in the field of health and wellness (e.g health education, physical therapist, athletic trainer, etc.) or just for anyone's interest on how flexibility activities can help our bodies and how we can include those activities on a daily basis.
This was, by far, the best hands-on class because not only was it a lecture, but also required to do some activities outside of class and evaluate it. My professor had a great knowledge of this subject, and I'm glad she is able to teach us that. She taught the class a numerous amount of subjects such as: flexibility terminology, mental health, a variety of training of programs (yoga, pilates, Stott pilates, Tai Chi, rolfing, Feldenkrais, Gyrotonics, etc.), different forms and benefits of stretching, which stretches are best for different types of exercises, and many more. She also had us take assessments to determine how flexible we are, and how we can improve our flexiblity. After taking this class, it has helped me apply it to my daily exercises which in turn has made me even more fit, more healthier, and more flexible.
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Advice for students:
Despite the fact that the homework assignments were abundant and since this was a summer course, you really have to master your time management skills. I was working 40 hours a week on top of taking this class plus two other classes so it was difficult for me to fit everything into my weekly schedule. Although I have great time management skills myself, this was definitely a challenge. By the second or third week, I was finally able to manage everything, and find the time to complete the assignments before the due date.