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2013 - Summer

School of Education (ED)

Lifetime Fitness (LF)


LF 1106
Begin Aerobics
1106   Beginning Aerobics
   Concepts of physical fitness and the development of movement routines are fundamental to this course. Material covered includes a basic understanding of fitness with various assignments relating to that knowledge. Purchase of a lab manual is required. (Lab fee required.)
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F1Closed15-2N/A19413MTWRF1130AM - 0100PMMMGYM 3161Exercise
View BooksKay WaldropGet Books
Start Date: 06/04/2013; End Date: 07/09/2013


LF 1111
Aerobic Running
1111   Aerobic Running
   Students must be capable of running a mile without stopping at the beginning of the course. This class provides runners the opportunity to train and increase aerobic running capacity. Workouts are designed to meet individual fitness levels and goals. Health-related fitness components, safety, injury prevention, and training programs will be taught. Students develop an ability to maintain a high degree of aerobic fitness through long-distance running.
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F1Open152N/A18538MTWRF0800AM - 0930AMMMGYM GYM1Exercise
View BooksDarrell ThompsonGet Books
Start Date: 06/04/2013; End Date: 07/09/2013


LF 1112
Backpacking & Camping
1112   Backpacking and Camping
   A course designed to teach the values of wilderness experiences and the knowledge and skill necessary for enjoyable and safe basic wilderness living. Topics receiving emphasis include: safety, fitness, ecology, clothing, equipment, food preparation, emergency care, navigation and survival. (Lab fee required.)
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F1Closed0-1N/A18530----- 1Exercise
View BooksKelli K. McMahanGet Books
Start Date: 05/16/2013; End Date: 06/04/2013
Departmental approval required
Must co-enroll in both LF 1160-F1 CRN 18529 Beginning Rock
Climbing and LF 1112-F1 CRN 18530 Beginning Backpacking.
Special meeting dates: May 16-June 4. A 21 day course in
wilderness expedition in North Carolina, South Carolina and
Georgia. Additional course fee required beyond tuition and
lab fee. Contact Kelli McMahan for permit.


LF 1130
Social Dance
1130   Social Dance                                                
   Introduction to social dance for the purpose of developing a lifetime recreational activity, often linked to social and professional situations.  Various styles of social dance, such as fox trot, waltz, swing, rock and roll, country western, cha-cha, and tango, will be covered.
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1AOpen71N/A19333----- 1Exercise
View BooksJoan E. SuppleeGet Books
Start Date: 05/20/2013; End Date: 07/03/2013
Departmental approval required
Baylor in Argentina
Special meeting dates: May 20 - July 3


LF 1134
Fitness Theory & Practice
1134   Fitness Theory and Practice                                
   A comprehensive course designed for the student desiring an in-depth understanding of the concepts of physical fitness including strength development, muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance, body composition, stress, mood modifiers, and nutrition. A variety of energetic, practical experiences are incorporated to enhance the lectures. (Lab fee required.)
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CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
F1Open153N/A14152MTWRF0115PM - 0245PMRUSGYM GYM1Exercise
View BooksKay WaldropGet Books
Start Date: 06/04/2013; End Date: 07/09/2013


LF 1138
Beginning Golf
1138   Beginning Golf                                              
   This course offers the students the opportunity to develop skills appropriate to the enjoyment of this healthy, lifetime sport. Students learn the proper stance, grip, and swing techniques for all clubs, as well as rules, terminology, and equipment selection. (Lab fee required.)
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CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
F1Open152N/A19417MTWRF0300PM - 0430PMMMGYM 1161Exercise
View BooksJoseph L. LenzGet Books
Start Date: 06/04/2013; End Date: 07/09/2013


LF 1156
Beginning Racquetball
1156   Beginning Racquetball                                      
   Equipment selection, safety procedures, serves, strokes, volley, court strategy, rules, and actual play are combined to give the basics needed for enjoyable and knowledgeable participation. (Lab fee required.)
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F1Closed120N/A11506MTWRF0800AM - 0930AMSLC RQTBAL1Exercise
View BooksAndrew GallucciGet Books
Start Date: 06/04/2013; End Date: 07/09/2013
F2Open121N/A11507MTWRF0945AM - 1115AMSLC RQTBAL1Exercise
View BooksJohn W. FaribaultGet Books
Start Date: 06/04/2013; End Date: 07/09/2013
F3Open121N/A11981MTWRF1130AM - 0100PMSLC RQTBAL1Exercise
View BooksJohn W. FaribaultGet Books
Start Date: 06/04/2013; End Date: 07/09/2013


LF 1160
Beginning Rock Climbing
1160   Beginning Rock Climbing
   This course is intended to provide students with the fundamentals of rock climbing for lifelong leisure involvement. Course content will address personal fitness, knowledge of sport, equipment, climbing safety, and technique. The majority of this course will take place within the indoor rock wall environment but skills taught will be transferable to a top rope, outdoor environment.
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F1Closed0-1N/A18529----- 1Exercise
View BooksKelli K. McMahanGet Books
Start Date: 05/16/2013; End Date: 06/04/2013
Departmental approval required
Must co-enroll in both LF 1160-F1 CRN 18529 Beginning Rock
Climbing and LF 1112-F1 CRN 18530 Beginning Backpacking.
Special meeting dates: May 16-June 4. A 21 day course in
wilderness expedition in North Carolina, South Carolina and
Georgia. Additional course fee required beyond tuition and
lab fee. Contact Kellie McMahan for permit.


LF 1161
Intermediate Rock Climbing
1161   Intermediate Rock Climbing
Prerequisite(s): LF 1160 or departmental consent required.
   This course is intended to provide students with intermediate rock climbing skills and practices including multi-pitch belaying and rappelling, anchor systems, partner and self-rescue, route finding, minimal impact climbing, climbing hazards, and safety, as well as an introduction to sport lead climbing (indoor lead climbing). The majority of this course will take place within the indoor rock wall environment.  A class weekend field trip is required.
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F1Closed00N/A19339----- 1Exercise
View BooksKelli K. McMahanGet Books
Start Date: 05/16/2013; End Date: 06/04/2013
Departmental approval required
Must co-enroll in both LF 1161.F1 Intermediate Rock Climbing
and LF 1112.F1 Beginning Backpacking.
Special meeting dates: May 16-June 4. A 21 day course in
wilderness expedition in North Carolina, South Carolina and
Georgia. Additional course fee required beyond tuition and
lab fee. Contact Kellie McMahan for permit.


LF 1194
Begin Weight Training
1194   Beginning Weight Training                                  
   This course incorporates basic anatomic and physiological principles to specific lifts, exercises, muscles, and training techniques pertinent to the development of an individualized weight training program. (Lab fee required.)
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CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
F1Closed150N/A18535MTWRF0945AM - 1115AMRUSGYM WEIGHT1Exercise
View BooksBrian C. LeutholtzGet Books
Start Date: 06/04/2013; End Date: 07/09/2013
F2Closed150N/A10303MTWRF1130AM - 0100PMRUSGYM WEIGHT1Exercise
View BooksBrian C. LeutholtzGet Books
Start Date: 06/04/2013; End Date: 07/09/2013
F3Open153N/A19412MTWRF0115PM - 0245PMRUSGYM WEIGHT1Exercise
View BooksBrian C. LeutholtzGet Books
Start Date: 06/04/2013; End Date: 07/09/2013


LF 1112
Backpacking & Camping
1112   Backpacking and Camping
   A course designed to teach the values of wilderness experiences and the knowledge and skill necessary for enjoyable and safe basic wilderness living. Topics receiving emphasis include: safety, fitness, ecology, clothing, equipment, food preparation, emergency care, navigation and survival. (Lab fee required.)
SectionStatusMax
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Students
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CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
1BClosed0-15N/A19283----- 1Exercise
View BooksLaine ScalesGet Books
Start Date: 07/10/2013; End Date: 08/13/2013
Baylor in Oxford
Departmental approval required.
Special meeting dates: July 10 - August 13


LF 1134
Fitness Theory & Practice
1134   Fitness Theory and Practice                                
   A comprehensive course designed for the student desiring an in-depth understanding of the concepts of physical fitness including strength development, muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance, body composition, stress, mood modifiers, and nutrition. A variety of energetic, practical experiences are incorporated to enhance the lectures. (Lab fee required.)
SectionStatusMax
Enroll
Seats
Available
Students
Waitlisted
CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
S1Open185N/A11504MTWRF0115PM - 0245PMRUSGYM GYM1Exercise
View BooksMatthea S. HungerfordGet Books
Start Date: 07/11/2013; End Date: 08/14/2013


LF 1138
Beginning Golf
1138   Beginning Golf                                              
   This course offers the students the opportunity to develop skills appropriate to the enjoyment of this healthy, lifetime sport. Students learn the proper stance, grip, and swing techniques for all clubs, as well as rules, terminology, and equipment selection. (Lab fee required.)
SectionStatusMax
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Seats
Available
Students
Waitlisted
CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
S1Open154N/A12492MTWRF0800AM - 0930AMMMGYM 1161Exercise
View BooksJoseph L. LenzGet Books
Start Date: 07/11/2013; End Date: 08/14/2013
S2Open153N/A14685MTWRF0945AM - 1115AMMMGYM 1161Exercise
View BooksJoseph L. LenzGet Books
Start Date: 07/11/2013; End Date: 08/14/2013
S3Open152N/A15957MTWRF1130AM - 0100PMMMGYM 1161Exercise
View BooksJaeho ShimGet Books
Start Date: 07/11/2013; End Date: 08/14/2013


LF 1156
Beginning Racquetball
1156   Beginning Racquetball                                      
   Equipment selection, safety procedures, serves, strokes, volley, court strategy, rules, and actual play are combined to give the basics needed for enjoyable and knowledgeable participation. (Lab fee required.)
SectionStatusMax
Enroll
Seats
Available
Students
Waitlisted
CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
S1Closed120N/A17010MTWRF0945AM - 1115AMSLC RQTBAL1Exercise
View BooksMatthea S. HungerfordGet Books
Start Date: 07/11/2013; End Date: 08/14/2013
S2Closed120N/A17084MTWRF1130AM - 0100PMSLC RQTBAL1Exercise
View BooksMatthea S. HungerfordGet Books
Start Date: 07/11/2013; End Date: 08/14/2013
S3Closed130N/A19527MTWRF0800AM - 0930AMSLC RQTBAL1Exercise
View BooksDarrell ThompsonGet Books
Start Date: 07/11/2013; End Date: 08/14/2013


LF 1194
Begin Weight Training
1194   Beginning Weight Training                                  
   This course incorporates basic anatomic and physiological principles to specific lifts, exercises, muscles, and training techniques pertinent to the development of an individualized weight training program. (Lab fee required.)
SectionStatusMax
Enroll
Seats
Available
Students
Waitlisted
CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
S1Open172N/A16944MTWRF0800AM - 0930AMRUSGYM WEIGHT1Exercise
View BooksDarryn S. WilloughbyGet Books
Start Date: 07/11/2013; End Date: 08/14/2013
S2Open172N/A16945MTWRF0945AM - 1115AMRUSGYM WEIGHT1Exercise
View BooksDarryn S. WilloughbyGet Books
Start Date: 07/11/2013; End Date: 08/14/2013
S3Open172N/A11515MTWRF1130AM - 0100PMRUSGYM WEIGHT1Exercise
View BooksDarryn S. WilloughbyGet Books
Start Date: 07/11/2013; End Date: 08/14/2013


LF 1197
Begin Relax/Fitness
1197   Beginning Relaxation/Fitness                                
   The beginning level provides a basic set of exercises which form the foundation of a regular daily routine.  Relaxation techniques provide an effective approach to stress reduction.  Emphasis is on improving postural alignment increasing strength, flexibility, endurance, improving concentration, and reducing stress. (Lab fee required.)
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CRNDaysTimeRoomCreditsActivity
S1Closed150N/A15190MTWRF0115PM - 0245PMMMGYM 3171Exercise
View BooksShane ZolinGet Books
Start Date: 07/11/2013; End Date: 08/14/2013
S2Open151N/A16825MTWRF0300PM - 0430PMMMGYM 3171Exercise
View BooksShane ZolinGet Books
Start Date: 07/11/2013; End Date: 08/14/2013
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