Physical Education

Winter 2003

PHED 111  Aerobic Conditioning                                  1.5 credits
Designed to develop cardiovascular activities through the use of a variety of aerobic equipment including treadmills, steppers, cycles, etc. For more information contact hmoore2@umbc.edu
          Grade  Method: P-F COURSE  MEETS IN CARDIO
          BALCONY & RAC 227
[0047] 9101 MWTh.......9:00am-12:00pm (FH  227)       MOORE, H

PHED 112  Beginning Swimming                                    1.5 credits
Designed to develop the necessary swimming skills so the student will feel safe and secure in, on or around the water. All Basic skills are coved. This class is open to both beginner and intermediate swimmersFor more information contact chadcradock@hotmail.com.
          Grade  Method: P-F COURSE MEETS AT THE RAC
[0048] 9101 MTuTh......9:00am-12:10pm (TBA)           CRADOCK, C

PHED 116A Trail Hiking                                          1.5 credits
This course is designed to have students become aware of hiking areas in the Baltimore metropolitan and surrounding areas. The first class meeting will cover specific aspects of hiking during the winter season. Those topics will be: advantages and disadvantages of hiking in winter, general principles for the outdoor setting in winter, selection of proper seasonal clothing and accessories, and the effects of cold upon the human body. The class hikes will be in the Baltimore metropolitan area and range from four to seven miles in length.
          Grade Method: P-F
[0049] 9101 TuWTh......1:00pm- 4:10pm (FH  223)       RIDER, T

PHED 121  Physical Fitness                                      1.5 credits
This course is designed to give the student a working knowledge of weight training and aerobic conditioning programs. Students will be exposed to nautilus, free weight and universal machine training, as well as aerobics.
          Grade  Method: P-F SECTION 9101 FIRST HOUR
[0050] 9101 MWTh.......9:00am-12:10pm (FH  225)       RUPERT, G
[0051] 9102 TuWTh......9:00am-12:10pm (FH  223)       JANCUSKA, J

PHED 122  Self Defense Tai Chi-Chih                             1.5 credits
Tai Chi Chih is a series of 20 easy-to-learn movements that strongly circulate and balance the chi, the life flow within us. It is a moving meditation that generates vital health and peace of mind.
          Grade  Method: P-F CLASS  WILL MEET IN THE
          FITNESS STUDIO, RAC 229.
[0052] 9101 TuWTh......9:00am-12:10pm (TBA)           SIRKIS, S

PHED 125  Volleyball                                            1.5 credits
An introduction to power volleyball. Proper skill techniques including serving, passing, setting, spiking and basic position play are taught.
          Grade  Method:  P-F  COURSE  MEETS  IN RAC
[0053] 9101 TuWTh......1:00pm- 4:10pm (TBA)           EBUWIE-HOLMES,

PHED 129  Women's Self Defense                                  1.5 credits
The goal of this course is to empower women and prevent violence. This course provides women with practical self-defense skills including verbal negotiation, releases from various grabs, rape prevention, and defense against strikes and knife attacks.
          Grade  Method:  P-F  CLASS  MEETS  IN  RAC
          229-FITNESS STUDIO.
[0054] 9101 TuWTh......1:00pm- 4:10pm (TBA)           JOHNSON, C

PHED 137  Tennis                                                1.5 credits
An introductory activity class including basic skills, terminology, rules and courtesies, and basic strategies for singles and doubles in tennis. This course will be held indoors in the Retriever Activities Center. Note: Each student must provide one can of new tennis balls. For more information contact rhoffman@umbc.edu
          Grade  Method: P-F CLASS  MEETS IN THE RAC
[0055] 9101 MWTh.......9:00am-12:10pm (TBA)           HOFFMAN, R

PHED 141A Skiing                                                1.5 credits
Students will participate in a weeklong trip for all skill levels to Killington Ski Resort in Killington, Vermont. The course is scheduled from Saturday, January 4 through Saturday, January 11, 2003 and includes 5 1/2 days of skiing and snowboarding at Killington. Lessons are available for an additional fee through the Killington instructional staff. Students may register for credit or non credit. Special fees apply. For a complete travel itinerary and additional information see www.gl.umbc.edu/~jcorns1/phed141a or contact jcorns1@umbc.edu.
(PermReq) Grade Method: P-F
[0056] 9101 Time and room to be arranged              CORNS, J

PHED 143  Bowling -- Ten Pins                                   1.5 credits
An activity class designed to introduce and/or review the skills, techniques and other aspects of ten pin bowling. If available, the department will provide transportation to a local bowling alley (Brunswick-Normandy Bowling Center-Route 40W). There is a slight fee for equipment rental and game charge. Note: The first class will meet on the track level of the Retriever Activities Center Arena Track. For more information contact dfishe1@umbc.edu.
          Grade  Method:  P-F/AUD  FIRST  CLASS WILL
[7500] 9101 MWTh.......1:00pm- 4:10pm (TBA)           FISHER, D
[7513] 9102 MWTh.......1:00pm- 4:10pm (TBA)           STAFF

PHED 147  Soccer (Indoor)                                       1.5 credits
This course emphasizes the basic skills of indoor soccer, including trapping, passing, shooting, one-on-one matchups, goaltending and use of the sideboards. This course also emphasizes rules, conditioning and team play. For more information contact aadams2@umbc.edu.
          Grade Method: P-F CLASS MEETS ON RAC ARENA
[0057] 9101 MTuW.......9:00am-12:10pm (TBA)           ADAMS, A

PHED 155  Yoga                                                  1.5 credits
Ashtanga Vinyasa "Power" Yoga is accompanied by a powerful breathing technique called Ujjayi which calms and centers the mind while building heat in the body, strengthening the respiratory and skeletal muscles, and increasing Vo2 Max. The primary series is considered therapeutic and lays the foundation for more advanced postures and series and protects against injuries. Students need to bring or purchase a sticky mat for this course.
          Grade Method: P-F
[0059] 9101 TuWTh......9:00am-12:10pm (FA  306)       NICHT, S

PHED 156  Billiards/Table Tennis                                1.5 credits
Instruction in the basic techniques and strategies of billiards. Students are exposed to a variety of games including: straight billiards, nine ball and tournament play. Note: A Lab Fee of $10.00 is required for this course. For more information contact bobcws@aol.com.
          Grade  Method: P-F CLASS  MEETS IN COMMONS
[0060] 9101 TuWTh......3:00pm- 6:00pm (TBA)           MUMMA, R

PHED 161  Ice Skating                                           1.5 credits
This course covers the basics of ice skating techniques. The course includes group and individual instruction and is held at the Benfield Ice Rink. There is a nominal fee for ice time. Transportation to the rink and skate rental is available. Note: The first class will meet on the Retriever Activities Center Track. For more information contact jdavis@umbc.edu.
          Grade Method: P-F FIRST CLASS MEETS ON THE
          RAC ARENA TRACK.
[0061] 9101 MTuTh.....10:00am- 1:00pm (TBA)           DAVIS, M

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