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  1. Physical Education& Exercise Conditioning Mr. Williams & Mrs. Hoffman

  2. Requirements: • Each student must complete at least two semesters of a physical education or exercise conditioning course. Each semester is worth .25 (1/4) credit.

  3. Physical Education • PHYSICAL EDUCATION - .25 (1/4) Credit/Semester Course - An appreciation for high school sports through attention to rules, fundamentals, and participation are taught. Physical fitness and hygiene are emphasized along with participation in activities, which teach individual and team skills for carry-over into adult life.

  4. Physical Education • Fitness Testing • Basketball • Volleyball • Tennis • Wiffle Ball • Kick Ball • Mat Ball • Jump-rope • Fitness

  5. Basketball

  6. Volleyball

  7. Exercise & Conditioning • EXERCISE & CONDITIONING - .25 (1/4) Credit/Semester Course Prerequisite: Sophomores and above, Freshmen excluded. Exercise and conditioning is an advanced course in physical education. The main emphasis is on weight training to develop muscular strength and muscular endurance. Other areas that are brought into the course in some aspect include cardiovascular endurance, speed, flexibility, and power. These are attained in the weight program. Agility exercises are also part of the course at specific times. Nutrition and diet are reviewed in relationship to developing the various aspects of physical fitness.

  8. Weight Lifting & Ply metrics

  9. Freshmen Exercise & Conditioning • FRESHMEN EXERCISE & CONDITIONING- .25 (1/4) Credit/Semester Course Prerequisite: Freshmen athletes only Exercise and conditioning is an advanced course in physical education. The main emphasis is on weight training to develop muscular strength and muscular endurance. Other areas that are brought into the course in some aspect include cardiovascular endurance, speed, flexibility, and power. These are attained in the weight program. Agility exercises are also part of the course at specific times. Nutrition and diet are reviewed in relationship to developing the various aspects of physical fitness.