Pretty easy, overall.
This class is an overview on the history and philosophical aspects of sports/activity. It was very interesting to learn the reasons why sports became so main stream. This course is taught by two different professors, one likes to have discussions and pull ideas from one another and be very interactive. The other professor likes students to learn on their own and then go over main concepts and questions on class.
The highlights of this course were getting a better understanding of the field of kinesiology and how it has grown into what it is today. I learned a lot about the physiological aspect of activity, which is something, as a science major, I don't often think about.
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Advice for students:
The biggest key to success in this course is to do your readings and don't procrastinate. There are a lot of small weekly assignments in this course and it's easy to fall behind if you don't keep up with them. Also both professors are happy to meet with students to go over questions so take advantage of that.