PED 101- Physical Activity and Wellness
PED 101 instructors participate in workshop
PED 101 Physical Activity and Wellness provides theoretical knowlege, fundamental concepts, and practical experience in the principles, assessment, development, and lifelong maintenance of personal wellness. The course presents a focus on effecting positive changes in personal health behaviors for improved quality of life. Topics include: wellness components (physical, emotional, social, intellectual, and spiritual), behavior change/goal setting, cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexability, nutrition, stress management, and becoming an informed health consumer.
When enrolling in PED 101 Physical Activity and Wellness, students must register for a lecture and a lab section. Lecture sections are numbered 001-008, and lab sections are numbered 200 and higher. Both the lecture and lab must be taken simultaneously and are required to earn the two credit hours satisfying Univerist Studies I Foundations/Lifetime Wellness.
Lab Activiy Descriptions
Links to additional information for PED 101 Physical Activity and Wellness
Links for Currently Enrolled Students
- Student Learning Outcomes
- Pre-Activity Screening
- Waiver/Substitution Guidelines
- Online Information
PED 101 Physical Activity and Wellness Program Coordinator, Lynn Hunt Long, Ed.D. firstname.lastname@example.org