KINS 3020 Applied Concepts of Fitness & Health
3 hours; 3 credits
This course emphasizes concepts related to the development of motor skills and health-related fitness. Knowledge and directed practical experiences will enable the student to assess and further develop abilities in basic movement skills, sport skills, motor fitness and physical fitness components as related to body management, fitness and sport. Students develop knowledge and skills in lifetime fitness activities such as aerobics, jogging, walking, weight training, muscle toning, and general conditioning. Emphasis is placed on developing an understanding of the health and fitness benefits provided through participation in these activities. Additional emphasis will focus on producing competent performers, as well as developing the ability to analyze, teach and utilize assessments of the associated skills in both health and skill related fitness.
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