• HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION

     

    Course Name

    Body Sculpting

    State Course Number

    36.05600

    Henry County Course Number

    1st Semester - 3093.0Y

    Course Description

    Provides methods to redefine body shape through specific exercises. Covers weight training, conditioning exercises and proper nutrition to improve muscle tone, muscle definition, posture, bodily proportions, overall condition of the body and increase energy levels. Based on the American College of Sports Medicine guidelines for fitness and conditioning programs.

     

    Prerequisite

    Advanced Weight Training

     

    Course Name

    Advanced Body Sculpting

    State Course Number

    36.06600

    Henry County Course Number


    Course Description

    Provides additional opportunities to redefine body shape through specific exercises. Covers weight training, conditioning exercises and proper nutrition to improve muscle tone, muscle definition, posture, bodily proportions, overall condition of the body and increase energy levels. Based on the American College of Sports Medicine guidelines for fitness and conditioning programs. Promotes healthy means to body sculpting goals.

     

     

    Prerequisite

    Body Sculpting

     

     

    Course Title

    Personal Fitness

    Course Number

    3022 (1/2 Credit)

     

     

    Course Description

    Personal Fitness provides instruction in methods to attain a healthy level of physical fitness. The course covers how to develop a lifetime fitness program based on personal fitness assessment and stresses strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body composition, and cardiovascular endurance. It includes fitness principles, nutrition, fad diets, weight control, stress management, adherence strategies, and consumer information and promotes self- awareness and responsibility for fitness. This course is required for graduation and is one semester in length.

    Prerequisite

    None

     

    Course Title

    Health

    Course Number

    3012 (1/2 Credit)

     

     

    Course Description

    Health explores the mental, physical and social aspects of life and how each contributes to total health and well-being. The course emphasizes safety, nutrition, mental health, substance abuse prevention, disease prevention, environmental health, family life education, health careers, consumer health, and community health. An instructional program developed by the American Heart Association in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) is incorporated into the course. This course is required for graduation and is one semester in length.

    Prerequisite

    None

     

    Course Title

    Introductory Lifetime Sports

    Course Number

    (1st Semester – 3042)      (2nd Semester – 3052)

    Course Description

    Introductory Lifetime Sports is an elective course that introduces fundamental skills, strategies, and rules associated with lifetime sports such as bowling, golf, tennis, racquetball, baseball, badminton, roller skating, and skiing.

    Prerequisite

    None

     

    Course Title

    Team Sports

    Course Number

    (1st Semester - 3102)   (2nd Semester - 3112)

    Course Description

    Team Sports is an elective physical education course that provides opportunities for students to participate in different team oriented sports such as volleyball, softball, basketball, flag football, soccer, team handball, floor hockey, and kickball.

    Prerequisite

    None

     

    Course Title

    Aerobics

    Course Number

    (1st Semester - 3122)   (2nd Semester - 3132)

    Course Description

    Aerobics provides opportunities to perform choreographic routines to music and to increase strength, cardiovascular and muscular endurance, and flexibility. Aerobics includes fitness concepts for developing healthy lifetime habits.

    Prerequisite

    None

     

    Course Title

    Beginning Weight Training

    Course Number

    (1st Semester - 3062)   (2nd Semester - 3072)

     

    Course Description

    This course is designed to introduce the fundamentals of weight training. Students will be taught the fundamentals and techniques for improving and developing strength, flexibility, and endurance. Students will also be introduced to a variety of methods and materials for gaining strength, weight control, relieving stress, and building muscle endurance.

    Prerequisite

    None

    Course Title

    Advanced Weight Training

    Course Number

    (1st Semester - 3082)   (2nd Semester - 3092)

     

    Course Description

    This course is designed to further develop the advancement of weight training. This course will be covering developing personal weight training, strength, power, speed, and endurance programs. Students will be instructed on major core lifts, and is not limited to sport specific lifts, running, plyometric, and agility improvement activities. The students will be instructed in weight control enhancement, weight gaining fads, and nutrition supplements.

    Prerequisite

    Beginning Weight Training

     

     

    Course Title

    Introductory Gymnastics, Stunts and Tumbling

    Course Number

    (1st Semester - 3133)   (2nd Semester - 3134)

    Course Description

    Introduces gymnastics, stunts and tumbling; emphasizes safety measures. Uses basic gymnastic equipment such as the balance beam, uneven bars, parallel bars, rings, side horse and horizontal bars.

    Prerequisite

    None