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ES 1- Courses

ESS Activity courses may be repeated up to 12 times for a total of 6 units. 

A physical examination performed by a private physician is recommended for any student intending to enroll in Exercise & Sport Studies courses.

Lab fees are charged when enrolling in these courses for equipment, towel and locker rental. Fines are imposed by the department for failure to return equipment on or before the quarterly due dates or for failure to close out lockers at the end of each quarter.

Course Lab Fees

ES 1- 4A – Elementary Badminton: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 4B – Intermediate Badminton: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 6A – Elementary Basketball: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 6B – Intermediate Basketball: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 6C – Advanced Basketball: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 7A – Elementary Boating and Sailing: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 7B – Intermediate Boating and Sailing: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 9A – Elementary Bowling: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 10A – Elementary Aerobics and Fitness: Introduction to fitness training techniques that address aerobic conditioning, muscular endurance, muscular strength and flexibility.

 

ES 1- 10B – Intermediate Aerobics and Fitness: Presentation and practice of variety of fitness training techniques (high/low impact, step and resistance training) addressing aerobic conditioning, muscular strength and muscular endurance.

 

ES 1- 10C – Advanced Aerobics and Fitness: An advanced level course including high/low impact, step, resistance and anaerobic training techniques. cross-training, injury prevention and body alignment principles will be accentuated.

 

ES 1- 12 – Indoor Cycling: Introduction to the basic concepts of indoor cycling. The relationship between indoor cycling and cardiovascular fitness is explored. Appropriate for individuals of all levels of fitness and experience.

 

ES 1- 13A – Elementary Fencing: The objective of this course is to obtain the basic techniques and theory fundamental to fencing. Satisfactory progress will allow advancement to the intermediate class.

 

ES 1- 13B – Intermediate Fencing: Students obtain the basic techniques and theory fundamental to fencing. Satisfactory progress will allow advancement to the advanced class.

 

ES 1- 13C – Advanced Fencing: Utilizes basic fundamentals and techniques in acquiring advanced skills of fencing.

 

ES 1- 15A – Introduction to Yoga: Introduction to Yoga principles, techniques and poses that address physical and emotional wellbeing will be presented.

 

ES 1- 15B – Intermediate Yoga: Presentation and practice of a variety of yoga techniques (yoga flow, yoga sculpt) addressing muscular strength, core conditioning and flexibility.

 

ES 1- 15C – Advanced Yoga: An advanced level course including a variety of yoga techniques. Advanced poses are introduced to challenge balance, core strength, and flexibility.

 

ES 1- 16A – Elementary Ballroom Dancing: Introduction to a variety of movement skills and sequences necessary to perform the foxtrot, swing, tango, waltz, mambo, salsa, and other popular social dances.

 

ES 1- 16B – Intermediate Ballroom Dancing: Designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve upon the variety of movement skills and sequences necessary to perform the foxtrot, swing, tango, waltz, mambo, salsa, and other popular social dances.

 

ES 1- 24A – Elementary Golf: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 24B – Intermediate Golf: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 25A – Elementary Tumbling and Free Exercise: Affords a basic background for the sport of gymnastics with a working knowledge of tumbling skills progressing from basic mat somersaults, kips, balances, etc., to intermediate and advanced routines as used in both the men's and women's competitive tumbling and free exercise events.

 

ES 1- 25B – Intermediate Tumbling and Free Exercise: Affords a basic background for the sport of gymnastics with a working knowledge of tumbling skills progressing from basic mat somersaults, kips, balances, etc., to advanced routines as used in both the men's and women's competitive tumbling and free exercise events.

 

ES 1- 25C – Advanced Tumbling and Free Exercise: Affords a working knowledge of tumbling skills in an advanced level.

 

ES 1- 26A – Elementary Gymnastics Apparatus: Offers basic, intermediate, and advanced instruction for both men and women in all Olympic events except for exercise. Step by step progressions leading to competitive style routines are taught for each of the three ability levels.

 

ES 1- 26B – Intermediate Gymnastics Apparatus: Offers basic, intermediate and advanced instruction for both men and women in all Olympic events except for exercise. Step by step progressions leading to competitive style routines are taught for each of the three ability levels.

 

ES 1- 29A – Elementary Racquetball: The course provides students the opportunity to compete in elementary racquetball, improve their physical condition, and refine their skills through vigorous training and neuromuscular development.

 

ES 1- 29B – Intermediate RacquetballThe course provides students the opportunity to compete in elementary racquetball, improve their physical condition, and refine their skills through vigorous training and neuromuscular development.

 

ES 1- 30A – Elementary Soccer: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 30B – Intermediate Soccer: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 31A – Elementary Softball: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 31B – Intermediate Softball: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 31C – Advanced Softball: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 34A – Elementary Swimming: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 34B – Intermediate Swimming: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 35A – Elementary Synchronized Swimming: This course provides students the opportunity to learn the skills essential to the successful completion of a synchronized swimming routine. Introduction to composition, music selection principles and governing body rules and regulations.

 

ES 1- 36 – Jogging Fitness: Jogging (majority of work), stair running, indoor and out-door apparatus, information on various methods of obtaining cardiovascular fitness: long slow distance, interval training, repetition training.

 

ES 1- 38A – Elementary Tennis: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 38B – Intermediate Tennis: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 38C – Advanced Tennis: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 40A – Elementary Volleyball: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 40B – Intermediate Volleyball: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 40C – Advanced Volleyball: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 41B – Intermediate Water Polo: A course designed to provide students with the opportunity to improve their basic physical condition, secure useful neuromuscular development, and gain recreational skills.

 

ES 1- 43A – Beginning Weight Training: A course designed for the general college population, introducing and supporting concepts, principles and proper techniques of conditioning with an emphasis on strength training.

 

ES 1- 43B – Intermediate Weight Training: A course emphasizing advanced concepts, principles and proper techniques of conditioning with an emphasis on strength training.

 

ES 1- 43E – Weight Training for Women: Designed to improve women's muscular endurance and strength through proper utilization of strength training equipment and other forms of resistance training. Emphasis on anatomical considerations, physical capabilities and individual goals.

 

ES 1- 99 – Lifetime Activities Interest Class: This class makes it possible for a student to take instruction beyond the elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels of any physical activities 1- class.