PCC/ CCOG / PE

Course Content and Outcome Guide for PE 182U

Course Number:
PE 182U
Course Title:
Pilates II
Credit Hours:
1
Lecture Hours:
0
Lecture/Lab Hours:
0
Lab Hours:
30
Special Fee:
$12.00

Course Description

Builds on concepts and skills in the Pilates method of conditioning. Designed to continue to increase core strength and stabilization challenging the body to further its range of motion. Recommended: Pilates I or instructor permission. Audit available.

Addendum to Course Description

This course provides knowledge and skills in non-impact whole body exercise which includes variations to further challenge the student. Benefits include core strength, stabilization, muscle tone, flexibility, improved posture and body/mind awareness

Intended Outcomes for the course

Increase the repertoire of Pilates Mat work exercise

Continue to improve core strength, muscle balance, control and body awareness

Learn exercise variations built upon Pilates€™ concepts which apply a greater range of motion

Course Activities and Design

Warm up

Core body work

Cool down

Outcome Assessment Strategies

Attendance and participation records

Classroom demonstratons

Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)

Breathing exercise

War-up exercise

Joint Release Exercises

Stabilization exercise

Principle Concepts of the Pilates Method

Control

Concentration

Centering

Breathing

Precision

Flowing Movement

Whole Body Integration

Balanced Body Awareness

Skills

Perform appropriate Pilate€™s intermediate exercise. Identify and demonstrate exercises that support spinal flexion, extension, rotation, lateral flexion, hop mobility and should mobility with attention to Pilate€™s principles

Level I Pilates Mat exercise with attention to advanced variations

Rollover

Single Leg Scissors

Coordination

Criss Cross

Open Leg Rocker

Corkscrew

The Saw

Swan Dive Rocker

Double Leg Kick

Shoulder Bridge Series

Teaser I, II and III

Swimming

The Seal

RELATED INSTRUCTION

Applies only to PTE courses used for Related Instruction in certificates of 45 credits or more.