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Physical Education. Major Certificates Physical Education, Administration, Strength and Conditioning, Personal Training. Physical Education Major. Physical Education Teaching Coaching Sports Administration. Physical Education Major. Teaching

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    1. Physical Education Major Certificates Physical Education, Administration, Strength and Conditioning, Personal Training

    2. Physical Education Major • Physical Education • Teaching • Coaching • Sports Administration

    3. Physical Education Major • Teaching • PE 6, Care and Prevention of Athletic Injury (3 Units) • Introduction to Physical Education (3 Units) • Administration of Physical Education and Sport Programs (3 Units) • Fitness: PE 8. Introduction to Fitness, Training and Human Performance (3 Units) • Administration/Sports Sociology, Select one from: • PE 13. Sport and Society (3 Units) • PE 14. Women's Fitness and Aging - A New Paradigm (3 Units) • Teaching/Coaching: The Spectrum of Teaching Styles in Physical Education (3 Units) • Strength and Conditioning: Designing Weight Training Programs (3 Units)

    4. Physical Education Major • Coaching • PE 6, Care and Prevention of Athletic Injury (3 Units) • Introduction to Physical Education (3 Units) • Fitness: PE 8. Introduction to Fitness, Training and Human Performance (3 Units) • Sports Sociology, PE 13. Sport and Society (3 Units) • PE 14. Women's Fitness and Aging - A New Paradigm (3 Units) • Teaching/Coaching: PE 7. Introduction to Coaching and Officiating in Athletic Games (3 Units) • PE A 99. Intercollegiate Sport Development

    5. Physical Education Major • Sports Administration • PE 6, Care and Prevention of Athletic Injury (3 Units) • Introduction to Physical Education (3 Units) • Fitness: PE 8. Introduction to Fitness, Training and Human Performance (3 Units) • Administration: Administration of Physical Education and Sport Programs (3 Units) • PE 14. Women's Fitness and Aging - A New Paradigm (3 Units) • Teaching/Coaching: PE 7. Introduction to Coaching and Officiating in Athletic Games (3 Units) • PE 13. Sport and Society (3 Units)

    6. Certificate • Physical Education • Strength and Conditioning • Personal Training

    7. Physical Education: Certificate Physical Education – 17 units (Certification) • Introduction to Physical Education (3 Units) • Fitness: PE 8. Introduction to Fitness, Training and Human Performance (3 Units) • Physical Education Activity Class Electives: Total 3 Units, Student must successfully pass a minimum of one unit for each area; • Martial Arts: Judo, Jujitsu, Taekwondo, Self Defense, Personal Defense, Kung Fu, Karate. • Team and Individual Sports: Volleyball, Basketball, Football, Softball, Baseball, Soccer. Individual Sports: Tennis, Badminton, Fencing, Aquatics, Archery, Golf, Cross Country, Track & Field. • Fitness: Walking for Fitness, Fitness Super Circuit, Physical Fitness, Aerobics, Step Aerobics, Running & Conditioning, Stretch & Flexibility, Body Sculpting, Yoga, Olympic Weightlifting, Bodybuilding, Weight Training, and Feldenkrais. • Administration/Sports Sociology; Select one from: • PE 13. Sport and Society (3 Units) • PE 14. Women's Fitness and Aging - A New Paradigm (3 Units) • Administration of Physical Education and Sport Programs(3 Units) • Teaching: The Spectrum of Teaching Styles in Physical Education (3 Units) • Nutrition, Select one from: • PE 9: Fit or Fat (2 Units) • PE 20: Sports Nutrition (2 Units)

    8. Strength and Conditioning • Strength and Conditioning - 16 units (Certification) • PE 8. Introduction to Fitness, Training and Human Performance (3 Units) • PE 213. Competitive Powerlifting (1 Unit) • PE 212. Olympic Weightlifting (1 Unit) • PE 214. Weight Training (1 Unit) • PE 215. Strength and Circuit Training - Beginning (1 Unit) • Designing Weight Training Programs (3 Units) • Theory and Methodology of Strength and Conditioning (3 Units) • Advance Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription (3 Units)

    9. Personal Training • Personal Training – 17 units (Certification) • PE 8. Introduction to Fitness, Training and Human Performance (3 Units) • PE 9. Fit or Fat: Exercise and Diet (2 Units) • PE 14. Women's Fitness and Aging - A New Paradigm (3 Units) • Advance Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription (3 Units) • Designing Weight Training Programs (3 Units) • Theory and Methodology of Strength and Conditioning (3 Units)

    10. What Is Personal Fitness Training? • Serious athletes have long used personal trainers to increase their performance in competition. • People of all ages, body types, and level of fitness can benefit from the services of a personal fitness trainer. • The body is a complex machine that requires exercise and fuel to obtain optimum results.

    11. Personal Fitness Trainer • A Personal Fitness Trainer helps you achieve these results by addressing your individual needs and requirements to immediately formulate a plan of action personally suited just for you. • Working with a personal fitness trainer, anyone can achieve their fitness goals - goals as modest as touching your toes again or as ambitious as preparing to run a marathon. • Whether you want to lose weight, regain flexibility, develop speed or simply feel good again, personal training is an activity that will continue to reap benefits in years to come.

    12. The Role Of A Personal Fitness Trainer • Personal Fitness Trainers • Assess your current physical condition • Design a comprehensive, personal fitness program to meet your needs • Assist/help you achieve your goals • Teach you correct form and technique of exercise • Monitor your progress • and...TO MOTIVATE YOU!

    13. The Role of a Personal Fitness Trainer • Your Personal Fitness Trainer, through support and expertise • will keep you moving towards your success • maintain a positive and genuine concern for your progress. • Your fitness trainer will support you towards your goals while challenging you to keep you focused on the rewards of fitness.

    14. The Role of a Personal Fitness Trainer • When you reach your fitness plateau • your Personal Fitness Trainer will redesign your workout to advance you to the next level, so you will continue to achieve the maximum benefits for your efforts. • By changing your workout, your program will remain fresh and new, keeping your interest and challenging your body.

    15. The Benefits of Personal Training • A individualized fitness program specifically designed for you • Maximize your workout time • Get professional assistance to increase performance in the areas of strength, flexibility, endurance, posture, balance, coordination, and cardiovascular health and fitness • Reach or maintain a healthy body weight • Learn correct form and technique for cardiovascular and strength training • Prepare for a sport or event • Relieve boredom from the same workout routine. • Learn new ways to improve your health • Body shaping and toning • Increased energy and stamina • Reduction of stress and anxiety

    16. The Financial Benefits of Personal Training • Financial Incentive • $20-$50 per hour, Certified Personal Trainer • $50-$75 per hour, College Degree, Physical Education • $75-$100 per hour, Level of Expertise

    17. Personal Trainer’s Communication Communication with Client Assessment of client Prepare for the client to lapse Exercise Model the appropriate behavior for the client Role model, behavior, nutrition

    18. Important factors in adherence and motivation of the client Attitude, Personality, Professional conduct Punctuality an dependability when communicating with the client Professionalism in dress, behavior, demeanor Dedication to exercise training endeavor Make exercise fun, rewarding, safe and educational Attend continuing education Willingness to plan ahead Interfere with a training session Sensitivity of clients past experiences, current preferences and current/future needs Each client is unique Personal Trainer

    19. Teach the Client How to successfully monitor their own intensity levels Talk comfortably, heart rate, RPE (related perceived exertion) Foster self management of the exercise regimen Personal responsibility Prepare the client for changes in trainers