KPEA-103 - Cardio Cross Training - Robert dos Remedios
|Course:||Cardio Cross Training|
|Professor:||Robert dos Remedios|
Welcome to KPEA 103 – Cardio Cross Training! You are going to love the endless training protocols we will be utilizing during this semester. Whether it is fitness, fat loss, strength gains, or overall athletic ability you are seeking to improve – you will find it here. We will focus on sound, effective, and efficient training protocols to help you reach your fitness goals.
Warm-up, flexibility/mobility, Strength training, Power Development, and Metabolic Conditioning will all be addressed during this Physical Activity Course.
What to Expect in this Course
Each week will have a “Training Module” – Each Module will consist of a workout to be performed each week along with an additional day of “physical activity” at your choosing.
A total of 30 workouts that I will prescribe + 15 bouts of physical activity that you will decide (walk, run, bike, swim, an additional cardio cross training workout etc.)
Each module will have a reflection and discussion worth 20 points
Each reflection/discussion will require detailed explanation and reflection of your workouts along with a video submission of portions of your workouts.
Modules – 16 @ 20 points each (I will count 15 so that you can miss one without losing points) = 300 points
Final workout/video assignment – 50 points
Grading will be very straightforward: A = 90%+, B = 80-89%, C = 70-79%, D = 60-69%, F = <60%
It is my hopes that I have a class full of A’s!
PLEASE NOTE! THIS IS A 100% ACTIVITY BASED CLASS THEREFORE THERE ARE NO EXCUSES WORKOUTS (REGARDLESS OF DOCTORS NOTES ETC.). IF YOU HAVE AN INJURY OR ILLNESS THAT REQUIRES YOU TO MISS SEVERAL WEEKS OF CLASS THAT WOULD NEGATIVELY AFFECT YOUR GRADE, WE CAN COMPLETE A PETITION FOR DROP DUE TO INJURY.
I HAVE STRUCTURED THE CLASS SO THAT WITH THE EXTRA CREDIT I WILL OFFER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO MISS 2 ENTIRE WEEKS OF CLASS AND STILL GAIN THE MAXIMUM POINTS IF YOU COMPLETE EVERYTHING ELSE AT AN ‘A’ LEVEL.
Types of Assessments
Weekly workout log/reflections + video submissions. Final comprehensive workout creation and submission
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Last updated: 10/08/2021 Sub#: 824