Course Content and Outcome Guide for PE 288
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- Course Number:
- PE 288
- Course Title:
- Pro Act: Team Sports Training
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Course DescriptionExplores fitness instruction and leadership in team sports. Covers components of coaching team sports and skill-related physical fitness such as: progressions and techniques of practice format, sport specific drills, plyometrics, speed-agility-quickness coaching strategies and methodology. Corequisite: PE 182V, PE 185A, PE 185B, PE 185C, PE 185D, PE 185E, PE 185F, PE 185G, PE 185H, PE 185I, PE 185J, PE 185K, PE 185L, PE 185M, PE 185N, or instructor permission. Required: Current Fitness Technology Student or instructor approval. Audit available.
Addendum to Course Description
This class may be selected by Fitness Technology students as one of two optional professional activity classes required for the one-year certificate, or one of the three optional pro-act classes for the two year degree. Students are required to visit/observe two practice sessions, create and implement a team sport class lesson plan.
Intended Outcomes for the course
A. Design and implement a team sport practice session for healthy populations.
B. Observe and evaluate coaching styles, including coaching objectives and philosophy.
C. Apply current research and industry standards to programs that develop skill-related health and fitness in athletes.
Course Activities and Design
Practice sport specific warm-ups and cool downs
Monitor Heart rate and RPE
Choose safe and appropriate equipment
Select and apply routines appropriate to current fitness level and for achievement of team goals
Modify routines for injuries or special needs
Demonstrate proper body alignment and breathing techniques
Use resistance equipment safely and with proper technique
Recognize and respond to movement cues
Outcome Assessment Strategies
Evaluation of team sport practice session
Administration and interpretation of skill related physical fitness assessments
Sport specific drill critique
Written assignments and exams
Course Content (Themes, Concepts, Issues and Skills)
Components of skill related physical fitness
Benefits of sport specific training
Target heart rate and rate of perceived exertion
Warm ups and cool downs
Role of aerobic condition for lifelong fitness and wellness
Principles and safety of aerobic conditioning