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Introduction to Kinesiology

This course introduces students to the field of kinesiology and nutrition, including its history, scope, and sub-disciplines. Students explore principles of kinesiology and career opportunities within kinesiology and nutrition/dietetics as well as professional characteristics and ethical responsibilities of those who work in the field. Topics include nutrition, biomechanics, fitness/posture assessments, assessment tool use (body fat, flexibility, cardiorespiratory), exercise prescriptions, and behavior management.

Subject: KINE
Course Number: 190
Section Number: 2377
Units: 3
Instructor:

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Learning Management System (LMS) for this course: Custom
LMS link: https://blackboard.miracosta.edu
Course start page: https://blackboard.miracosta.edu
Course email: akriebel@miracosta.edu
Office: N/A
Office hours: TBA
Phone: N/A
Instructor notes: The course syllabus will be available on Blackboard for your review a month before class begins. Please read the ENTIRE syllabus and have the required textbooks when the semester begins. Please email me with any questions and identify yourself and note this course number. *Required Textbooks & Materials: (You need ALL 3 books!) 1.Fahey, Insel, & Roth (2013). Fit & Well Brief: Concepts and labs in physical fitness and wellness with connectplus (10th ed.). ISBN# 9780077651114. (10th ed. text & access code required). *******E-book & access code cheaper than hard copy textbook. See “Textbook Ordering” tab for details. If you have questions call the number on the last slide of the PowerPoint presentation for help. 2. Hamilton, N. Weimar, W., & Luttgens, K. (2012). Kinesiology scientific basis of human motion (12th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. ISBN# 9780078022548 (Note: need 12th ed.) 3. Delavier, F. (2010). Strength training anatomy (3rd ed.). Champaign: Human Kinetics. ISBN# 9780736092265. Regards, Professor Kriebel

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