KINESIOLOGY COURSES SPRING 2014

KINESIOLOGY 201 - SWIMMING SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
Students learn intermediate swimming skills. Skills for each stroke include kicking, arm stroke, proper breathing
techniques, body position and rhythm of stroke. The student also learn water safety skills.
2131
LAB
7:55 am
-        8:55 am
MW
MCEVEETY, J S
KINN POOL
2103
LAB
9:25 am
-      10:25 am
TTh
MCEVEETY, J S
KINN POOL
2110
LAB
10:10 am
-      12:15 pm
S
COULEHAN, M E
KINN POOL
2011
LAB
12:00 pm
-        1:00 pm
MW
CANO, T D
KINN POOL

 

KINESIOLOGY 202 - LAP SWIMMING SKILS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
Advanced swimmers improve their speed, strength, and endurance. Students should be able to swim 50 yards,
without stopping, in deep water using the freestyle stroke and rotary breathing. At the first pool session, students'
swimming ability will be assessed to ensure minimum skills for participation.
2100
LAB
6:55 am
-        8:00 am
TTh
RIVERA, L R
KINN POOL
2102
LAB
7:55 am
-        8:55 am
TTh
MCEVEETY, J S
KINN POOL
2104
LAB
8:00 am
-      10:05 am
S
RIVERA, L R
KINN POOL
2101
LAB
10:35 am
-      11:35 am
MW
MCEVEETY, J S
KINN POOL

 

KINESIOLOGY 215-1 - JUDO SKILLS I (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
Students learn fifteen throwing techniques, five pinning techniques, and two constriction techniques, as well
as the history and etiquette of judo.
2135
LAB
10:30 am
-      11:45 am
MW
STAFF, S C
KINN 130
2900
LAB
6:50 pm
-        9:25 pm
W
SECK, S E
KINN 130

KINESIOLOGY 217 - SELF-DEFENSE SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
The student develops the basic skills of self defense, beginning with lateral movement, strength and cardiovascular
fitness, agility and awareness of self in one's environment. The basic skills include striking, kicking, blocking, throwing,
grappling, and other techniques. Additionally, legal and moral issues of self-defense are discussed.
 
2134
LAB
7:50 am
-        8:50 am
MW
STAFF, S C
KINN 130
2911
LAB
6:50 pm
-        8:55 pm
M
SECK, S E
KINN 130
 
KINESIOLOGY 229 - BODY CONDITIONING SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
Students participate in a variety of vigorous exercises for increasing cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength,
and flexibility. Various modes of aerobic exercises are emphasized in support of the cross-training concept.
Resistance training using fixed weight of moderate to high intensity is used to develop muscular strength in all major
muscle groups. Flexibility training is also emphasized to enhance skeletal range of motion. Information on exercise
methods and principles, the physiology of the human body, fitness evaluation methodologies, and nutrition education.
2113
LAB
7:50 am
-        8:50 am
MW
GEVANYAN, A
KINN 146
2179
LAB
7:50 am
-        8:50 am
TTh
GEVANYAN, A
KINN 146
2008
LAB
1:45 pm
-        3:50 pm
F
JENSEN, K L
WG 202
2178
LAB
8:00 am
-       10:05 am
F
ECKLER, P
WG 202
2955
LAB
6:50 pm
-        8:55 pm
W
COULEHAN, M E
WG 202

 

KINESIOLOGY 249-1 - STRESS MANAGEMENT SKILLS - 1 (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
Students learn techniques for managing stress through movement, dance therapy, dance meditation, authentic
movement studies, breathing exercises, yoga, physical therapy and varied relaxation exercises.
2172
LAB
10:35 am
-      12:40 pm
F
SINGER, L
WG 206
2904
LAB
6:50 pm
-        8:55 pm
M
SINGER, L
WG 202
 
KINESIOLOGY 250-1 - WEIGHT TRAINING SKILLS-1 (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
Students develop muscular strength and endurance using weight machines and free weights.
They employ proper training techniques necessary to maintain personal fitness throughout the lifespan.
2051
LAB
6:30 am
-        7:30 am
MW
ERDHAUS, J F
KINN 202
2014
LAB
8:00 am
-      10:05 am
F
LI, R J
KINN 202
2013
LAB
9:00 am
-     10:00 am
MW
CANO, T D
KINN 202
2114
LAB
12:00 pm
-        1:00 pm
MW
BECKTEL, W R
KINN 202
2052
LAB
12:00 pm
-        2:05 pm
F
RUEDAFLORES, S
KINN 202
2927
LAB
3:00 pm
-        5:05 pm
T
CANO, T D
KINN 202
2250
LAB
6:50 pm
-        8:55 pm
T
HERMINA, W
KINN 202
2962
LAB
6:50 pm
-        8:55 pm
W
LI, R J
KINN 202
 
KINESIOLOGY 250-2 - WEIGHT TRAINING SKILLS-2 (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Kinesiology 250-1. Students develop resistance training experience and become involved in a higher
level of exercise. They will be exposed to a wide variety of machine as well as free weight exercises and will then design
a program based on individual needs.
2121
LAB
6:30 am
-        7:30 am
MW
ERDHAUS, J F
KINN 202
2122
LAB
8:00 am
-      10:05 am
F
LI, R J
KINN 202
2119
LAB
9:00 am
-      10:00 am
MW
CANO, T D
KINN 202
2125
LAB
12:00 pm
-        1:00 pm
MW
BECKTEL, W R
KINN 202
2123
LAB
12:00 pm
-        2:05 pm
F
RUEDAFLORES, S
KINN 202
2921
LAB
3:00 pm
-        5:05 pm
T
CANO, T D
KINN 202
2920
LAB
6:50 pm
-        8:55 pm
T
HERMINA, W
KINN 202
2922
LAB
6:50 pm
-        8:55 pm
W
LI, R J
KINN 202

KINESIOLOGY 251-1 - YOGA SKILLS- I (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
Students learn the physical practice of Yoga, connecting body, mind and spirit. The students are introduced to its origins,
asanas (positions) and terminology.
2116
LAB
8:00 am
-   10:00 am
Th
ECKLER, P
KINN 130
2120
LAB
8:00 am
-   10:05 am
S
COULEHAN, M E
KINN 130
2152
LAB
10:30 am
-   11:30 am
MW
ECKLER, P
MG 108
2912
LAB
4:30 pm
-     6:35 pm
Th
CUMMINS, D J
KINN 130
2913
LAB
6:50 pm
-     8:55 pm
Th
CUMMINS, D J
KINN 130
2184                  LAB          12:00 pm        -     2:10 pm  MW              GLICKMAN, D C                 WG 206
This section is a Short-Term Course. (8 Week Class - Starts 2/10/2014, Ends 4/5/2014 )
2185                 LAB          12:00 pm        -        2:10 pm   MW            GLICKMAN, D C                  WG 206
This section is a Short-Term Course. (9 Week Class - Starts 4/14/2014, Ends 6/9/2014 )
 
KINESIOLOGY 251-2 - YOGA SKILLS - II (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Kinesiology 251-1. Students learn the physical practice of Yoga, connecting body, mind and spirit.
The students are introduced to its origins, asanas (positions) and terminology.
 
2117
LAB
8:00 am
-   10:00 am
Th
ECKLER, P
KINN 130
2111
LAB
8:00 am
-   10:05 am
S
COULEHAN, M E
KINN 130
2998
LAB
10:30 am
-   11:30 am
MW
ECKLER, P
MG 108
2915
LAB
4:30 pm
-     6:35 pm
Th
CUMMINS, D J
KINN 130
2917
LAB
6:50 pm
-     8:55 pm
Th
CUMMINS, D J
KINN 130
2115                   LAB         12:00 pm        -        2:10 pm   MW              GLICKMAN, D C                 WG 206
This section is a Short-Term Course. (9 Week Class - Starts 4/14/2014, Ends 6/9/2014 )
2166                  LAB         12:00 pm        -        2:10 pm   MW                GLICKMAN, D C                WG 206
This section is a Short-Term Course. (8 Week Class - Starts 2/10/2014, Ends 4/5/2014 )
 
KINESIOLOGY 266-1 - BADMINTON SKILLS -1 (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
Students learn the basic novice level skills and knowledge necessary to play badminton such as the serve, clear,
drop and smash shots, rules and basic strategies for the games of singles and doubles.

2015                LAB           12:00 pm        -        2:05 pm      W              GEVANYAN, A                    KINN 146

KINESIOLOGY 266-2 - BADMINTON SKILLS - 2 (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Kinesiology 266-1. Students learn the intermediate level skills and knowledge necessary to play badminton
such as the serve, clear, drop and smash shots, deception, rules and intermediate strategies for the games of singles and
doubles as played at the intermediate level.
2108                  LAB         12:00 pm        -        2:05 pm        W              GEVANYAN, A                        KINN 146
 
 
KINESIOLOGY 271 - TENNIS SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
Students learn the fundamental skills and knowledge necessary to play tennis such as serve, forehand and backhand ground
strokes and volleys, singles and doubles rules, and basic court positioning and strategy. NOTE: Classes meet FIRST TWO
Weeks on campus at WG 102C and then VERMONT CANYON tennis courts in Griffith Park thereafter.
2105                  LAB       10:00 am        -   12:05 pm               Th            GLICKMAN, D C                           GRIF PARK
 
KINESIOLOGY 272 - TRACK AND FIELD SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
The student interested in developing track and field skills receives an emphasis on fundamentals while working to improve
overall fitness and conditioning levels. This will be done through a variety of track and field experiences including shot put,
disks, hurdles, running, and other field sports.
2800                 LAB        9:00 am        -   10:00 am                 TTh             CANO, T D                                        MG 109B
 
 
KINESIOLOGY 289 - SOCCER SKILLS (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
Students learn basic soccer skills of passing, dribbling, shooting, and goal keeping. The course will also introduce individual
and team offense and defense, as well as the rules, proper etiquette, terminology, and the components of fitness. Students
will learn proper soccer techniques with practice skills and feed back.
2004
LAB
10:40 am
-   11:45 am
MW
CANO, T D
STADIUM
2003
LAB
10:40 am
-   11:45 am
TTh
CANO, T D
STADIUM
2914
LAB
6:50 pm
-    8:55 pm
T
RIVERA, L R
MG 109B

 

KINESIOLOGY 291-1 - VOLLEYBALL SKILLS -1 (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
Students learn basic volleyball skills and techniques. Skills learned are passing, serving, setting, blocking and hitting.
Students learn game strategy and rules of the sport.
2143
LAB
11:00 am
-   12:00 pm
TTh
MCEVEETY, J S
KINN 146
2919
LAB
6:50 pm
-     8:55 pm
W
RIVERA, L R
KINN 146

 

KINESIOLOGY 291-2 - VOLLEYBALL SKILLS -2 (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Volleyball Skills – 1. Students learn volleyball skills and techniques. Skills learned are passing, serving,
hitting and blocking. The students also learn strategy used for games and the rules of the sport.
2169
LAB
11:00 am
-   12:00 pm
TTh
MCEVEETY, J S
KINN 146
2960
LAB
6:50 pm
-     8:55 pm
W
RIVERA, L R
KINN 146

 

KINESIOLOGY 300-1 - SWIMMING NON-SWIMMER - 1 (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
2106
LAB
3:00 pm
-        5:00 pm
M
MCEVEETY, J S
KINN POOL
2901
LAB
3:30 pm
-        5:40 pm
W
COULEHAN, M E
KINN POOL

 

KINESIOLOGY 303-1 - AQUA AEROBICS - 1 (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
2112          LAB         1:35 pm        -                   3:00 pm      MW                    MCEVEETY, J S                             KINN POOL
 
 
KINESIOLOGY 326 - AEROBIC SUPER CIRCUIT LAB (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
The student rotates through a series of weight training and cardiovascular exercises/machines at short, timed intervals for a
challenging form of conditioning that develops muscular strength, muscular endurance and cardiovascular endurance
concurrently. Students learn theimportance of nutrition for peak performance and increased overall wellness along with
issues pertaining to exercise physiology.
2249
LAB
10:30 am
-   11:30 am
MW
GLICKMAN, D C
KINN 202
2859
LAB
1:30 pm
-        2:30 pm
MW
BECKTEL, W R
KINN 202
2957
LAB
4:30 pm
-        5:30 pm
MW
GLICKMAN, D C
KINN 202
2961
LAB
5:15 pm
-        6:15 pm
TTh
HERMINA, W
KINN 202

2958

LAB

5:30 pm

-        6:30 pm

MW

GLICKMAN, D C

KINN 202

 

KINESIOLOGY 327 - LIFELONG FITNESS LAB (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
Students develop flexibility, muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance, and body composition.
Students learn how to achieve a healthy lifestyle, proper fitness balance, nutrition. Cardiovascular disease prevention and
education is a main component of this course.
2162
LAB
7:30 am
-        8:55 am
MW
ERDHAUS, J F
KINN 202
2163
LAB
7:30 am
-        8:55 am
TTh
COWGILL, D P
KINN 202

 

KINESIOLOGY 334 - FITNESS WALKING (UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
Students focus on achieving cardiovascular fitness and a healthy lifestyle through walking programs and gate training. Course
topics include shoe selection, posture, gait, walking styles, flexibility, clothing, creating a walking program, nutrition, BMI,
cardiovascular disease prevention and assessing fitness level.
2251
LAB
7:30 am
-        8:35 am
TTh
CAIRNS, N J
STADIUM
2001
LAB
12:00 pm
-        2:05 pm
M
GEVANYAN, A
STAD STAD
2959
LAB
6:50 pm
-        8:55 pm
M
RIVERA, L R
STADIUM