2019-2020 Residential Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Jul 05, 2022  
2019-2020 Residential Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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KI 2150 - Wellness Concepts


This course enables the student to better understand, identify, analyze, and experience the role of wellness from the perspective of personal behaviors and those of a broader community or society. Various components of wellness will be explored and using self-assessments, reflections, and shared discussions, students will identify theoretical and applied knowledge of wellness related to physical activity, nutrition, and fitness and exercise. Students will examine and contrast the components of health related fitness and sport performance fitness. Recommendations for positive health-supportive activities and behaviors as well as strategies for influencing others around these behaviors and consequences will provide students with opportunities to examine individual behaviors and goals. This content will also prepare the kinesiology major and those in other related majors with information and tools to engage in leading, facilitating, teaching, and promoting healthier behaviors in all aspects of wellness. Students will evaluate their personal movement/fitness based behaviors, and construct a personal action plan for improved wellness. Offered every year. (4 Credits)



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