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KINESIOLOGY ATHLETICS


Intercollegiate Athletics (KIN ATH)

Activity, 10 hours. Note: Passing grade in 12 units is required for eligibility. Note: Passing grade in 24 units is required for second-year competition eligibility. Courses listed below provide the opportunity to participate in intercollegiate athletics, involving varsity competition in a recognized intercollegiate Conference and in state competition when appropriate. Participation in intercollegiate sports requires concurrent enrollment in not less than 12 units of college work and a minimum of a 2.0 GPA.

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course offers instruction in the intermediate and advanced techniques of badminton. The opportunity to learn strategies and the finer points of doubles and singles play is provided. Rigorous physical conditioning skills, practice and intercollegiate competition is a part of the course activities.

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course is for the intercollegiate baseball team. It offers advanced baseball skills and techniques. It provides an opportunity to learn the fine skills and strategies needed to compete at the collegiate level. The course also provides additional exposure to students interested in articulating to four-year colleges or professional baseball programs.

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Laboratory, 10 hours.
This is the intercollegiate basketball team course. This course is designed to develop individual and team skills in basketball so that the student can compete on the intercollegiate level. Basketball theory, strategies, offense, defense, ball-handling skills and playing experience are emphasized. This course requires intercollegiate basketball competition.

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This is the intercollegiate cross country team course. It includes endurance workouts, speed training, hill training and weight training. Nutritional concepts are discussed, as well as psychological preparation. This course requires the student athletes to compete as a member of the cross country team.

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Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course offers instruction in the intermediate and advanced techniques of football. The opportunity to learn strategies and the finer points of offensive and defensive play is provided. Rigorous physical conditioning skills, practice and intercollegiate competition is a part of the course activities.

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course concentrates on the theory, techniques, and practice of intercollegiate soccer. Conditioning and preparing for intercollegiate competition will assist in the development of advanced play skills and knowledge of soccer.

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course offers instruction in the intermediate and advanced techniques of softball. The opportunity to learn strategies and the finer points of offensive and defensive play is provided. Rigorous physical conditioning skills, practice and intercollegiate competition is a part of the course activities.

Laboratory, 10 hours.
Intercollegiate Athletic competitive swimming and diving team course for eligible athletes. Instruction, demonstration and practice of fundamental and advanced swimming and diving techniques, including starts, turns, stroke technique, breathing, interval training and intercollegiate competition.

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Laboratory, 10 hours
This course includes the theory, technique, and practice of intercollegiate track and field competition. Conditioning, event techniques, and preparing for competition in regularly scheduled track meets are emphasized.

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course is the intercollegiate volleyball team course. In this course, students learn fundamental, intermediate, and advanced principles, theories, and skills of volleyball and practice volleyball skills, including setting, spiking, passing, and offensive and defensive strategies while participating in intercollegiate competition.

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course is designated for the Intercollegiate Water Polo team and requires participation in intercollegiate water polo games as a member of the college team. The course covers fundamental and advanced principles/theories of water polo techniques, including instruction, demonstration, and practice of swimming, eggbeater kick, offense, defense, counter attack, and man up and man down situations as well as strategies and game play.

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Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course is the intercollegiate wrestling course. The course offers instruction in intermediate and advanced techniques of wrestling and the opportunity to learn strategies and the finer points of wrestling. Rigorous physical conditioning skills, practice, and participation in intercollegiate competition are part of the course activities.

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student-athlete and provides knowledge specifically for offensive techniques for football with emphasis on offensive skills, fundamentals, data input, and offensive philosophy. The student also learns new rules and strategic plays necessary for competition at advanced levels.

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete. The following areas are emphasized: The analysis and training of athletic skills, the analysis of offensive and defensive systems, physical conditioning, strength training, and aerobic conditioning.

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to football with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also learns new rules and strategic plays necessary for competition at advanced levels.

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Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to both track events as well as field events with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also strategies necessary for competition at advanced levels.

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to cross country with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also learns strategies necessary for competition at advanced levels.

Student during the Fitness Skills Training Class

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to basketball with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also learns strategic play necessary for competition at advanced levels.

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to baseball with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also learns strategic play necessary for competition at advanced levels.

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to soccer with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also learns strategic play necessary for competition at advanced levels.

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Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to swimming and to diving with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also learns strategies necessary for competition at advanced levels.

This course is designed for the student athlete and provides focused strength and conditioning exercises necessary to compete at an advanced level of volleyball competition and to emphasize safety and injury prevention. New rules and movement for volleyball are presented. Cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, and flexibility are achieved through plyometric, isometric, and power exercises.

This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to softball, emphasizing injury prevention and safety. The goal of this class is to improve general fitness and strength and to increase explosiveness and speed. The student athlete also learns strategic plays necessary for competition at advanced levels.

This course is designed for the out of season badminton student-athlete. This course provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to badminton with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention and safety. The student also learns intense strategic plays necessary for competition at advanced levels.

This course is designed for members of the ELAC cheerleading team and develops knowledge and provides skills to condition the body for cheer. In addition to exploring various conditioning programs, it offers an opportunity to enhance cheerleading techniques.

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For information on Athletics, contact 
Bobby Godinez, Athletic Director
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Location

Dept. Location: E9-112

Contact

Sara Ortiz, Chairperson
Email: @email
Phone: (323) 265-8920

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