Registration for the Spring 2019 semester is open now! For information about signing up for spring classes, visit www.kellogg.edu/registration. To apply to KCC online for free, visit www.kellogg.edu/step1.
Get fit for college credit! Here’s a list of physical education (PE) and physical education healthy living (PEHL) classes offered at Kellogg Community College during the Spring 2019 semester. For a complete list of Spring 2019 semester classes offered at KCC, visit www.kellogg.edu and click on “Class Schedules” in the top menu to search for sections.
PE 131: Beginning Weight Training (2 Credits)
An individual exercise program will be developed with and for each student for purposes of weight loss or gain, bodybuilding, general wellness or for participation in athletics or recreational sports.
PE 135: Advanced Weight Training (2 Credits)
This course is a continuation of PE 130, PE 131 or PEHL 113. The emphasis is on more advanced methods of bodybuilding,
PE 165: Cardio Tone (2 Credits)
A high-energy aerobic workout that emphasizes fun and personal results. Course participants will decrease body fat and increase cardiovascular fitness using continuous large muscle movements. Workout choreography is structured to be simple to execute and contains basic athletic movements of varying degrees of impact. Participants are encouraged to exercise at their own fitness level with emphasis placed on achieving personal fitness gains. Workouts are set to popular music to increase enjoyment. Step platforms may be used for class variety.
PE 171: Yoga Pilates Fusion (2 Credits)
This course will fuse the Pilates method of body conditioning with the basic postures, breathing techniques and other practices of yoga.
PE 195: Walking or Jogging (2 Credits)
Students will learn the correct mechanics for walking, jogging and running. Information such as proper attire for different environments and injury prevention will be included.
PEHL 113: Wellness Activity Weight Training (2 Credits)
One-third of the course is devoted to fitness and wellness concepts to promote healthy lifestyles. An individual exercise program will be developed with and for each student for purposes of weight loss or gain, bodybuilding, general wellness or for participation in athletics or recreational sports.
PEHL 125: Wellness Activity Sports Conditioning (2 Credits)
One-third of the course is devoted to fitness and wellness concepts to promote healthy lifestyles. The purpose of this class is to design a sports-specific training program for students interested in recreational or competitive sports participation. Course content will include health-related fitness concepts and practices, exercise principles, sports nutrition, weight training and specific neuromuscular training, when appropriate.
PEHL 140: Healthy Lifestyle Practices (2 Credits)
*Lecture and online sections*
This course provides a solid foundation in fitness and wellness concepts that will enable the learner to make healthy behavioral changes and lifestyle choices. Key topics include nutrition; diet and weight control; stress management; and exercise prescription to improve flexibility, muscular strength and cardio-respiratory fitness. Minimal exercise will be performed in accordance with each student’s physical capability. Course may be taken twice for credit toward graduation.
For More Information
The first Spring 2019 classes start Jan. 11, and the semester ends May 6. For information about signing up for spring classes, visit www.kellogg.edu/registration. For more information about studying Physical Education at KCC, contact Physical Education Program Coordinator Eierí Salivia at email@example.com.