North Idaho College • Coeur d'Alene • P.E., Dance, & Resort/Recreation Management • Physical Education
ROTC Physical Fitness MSA-151
SFC Dannie Swanson
Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 7 a.m.
This course is designed to introduce students to a physical fitness program that is used by the United States Army. Students will learn how to instruct a physical training exercise and will be tested on their ability to complete a two mile run, two minutes of push-ups, and two minutes of sit-ups. Grades will be given for participation not scores. This course is open to all students. This course fulfills one PE requirement for the A.A. or A.S. degrees. Lab: 3 hours per week
Comfortable clothing for physical fitness
Note Taking Material
Military Science courses will provide a broader education base for students and help inform them about military structure, makeup and traditions. The course will assist students in having a more educated understanding of military operations when forming a world view.
ATTENDANCE 100 PTS
CLASS EXPECTATIONS 50 PTS
POWER POINT PRESENTATIONS 50 PTS
GROUP PT PLAN 50 PTS
FINAL CLASS CRITIQUE 50 PTS
MID TERM 50 PTS
FINAL 50 PTS
TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS 400
27 AUG: CLASSROOM INTRODUCTION. ASSIGNMENT "WHAT I EXPECT FROM THIS CLASS AND MYSELF" DUE 31 AUG.
29 AUG: GYM, EXTENDED RECTANGULAR FORMATION, STRETCHING AND PRT.
31 AUG: GYM, DIAGNOSTIC PT TEST
3 SEP: LABOR DAY/ NO CLASS
5 SEP: CLASSROOM, PT EVALUATIONS, GOAL SETTING AND ASSIGN PARTNERS FOR PT PLAN
7 SEP: GYM CIRCUIT TRAINING/ PYRAMID DRILLS
10 SEP: GYM SPRINT DRILLS AND STRENGTH TRAINING
12 SEP: GYM 1 MILE JOG/RUN PUSH UP AND SIT UP DRILLS
14 SEP: GYM CIRCUIT TRAINING
17 SEP: GYM RUN
19 SEP: GYM SPRINT DRILLS
21 SEP: GYM SPORTS DAY
24 SEP: GYM 2 MILE RUN PUSH UP AND SIT UP DRILLS
26 SEP: GYM CIRCUIT TRAINING/ PYRAMID DRILLS
28 SEP: GYM GROUP ONE PT PLAN AND RISK ASSESSMENT
1 OCT: GYM SPORTS DAY/ PYRAMID DRILLS
3 OCT: GYM CIRCUIT TRAINING
5 OCT: GYM 2 MILE RUN, PUSH UP AND SIT UP DRILLS
8 OCT: GYM GROUP 2 PT PLAN AND RISK ASSESSMENT
10 OCT: GYM MID TERM EXAM (PT TEST)
12 OCT: GYM RUN
15 OCT: GYM SPORTS DAY
17 OCT: CLASSROOM GO OVER MID-TERM AND SCORING
19 OCT: GYM CIRCUIT TRAINING
22 OCT: GYM GROUP 3 PT PLAN AND RISK ASSESSMENT
24 OCT: GYM 2 MILE RUN, PUSH UP AND SIT UP DRILLS
26 OCT: GYM STAIRS
29 OCT: GYM SPRINT DRILLS
31 OCT: GYM CIRCUIT TRAINING/ PYRAMID DRILLS
2 NOV: GYM GROUP RUN
5 NOV: GYM GROUP 4 PT PLAN AND RISK ASSESSMENT
7 NOV: GYM STAIRS
9 NOV: GYM SPRINT DRILLS STRENGTH TRAINING
12 NOV: GYM 2 MILE RUN AND PUSH UP AND SIT UP DRILLS
14 NOV: CLASSROOM, POWER POINT PRESENTATIONS GROUP ONE
16 NOV: GYM STAIRS
19 NOV: GYM CIRCUIT TRAINING
21 NOV: NO CLASS/THANKSGIVING BREAK
23 NOV: NO CLASS/THANKSGIVING BREAK
26 NOV: GYM SPRINT DRILLS
28 NOV: CLASSROOM POWER POINT PRESENTATIONS GROUP 2
30 NOV: GYM STAIRS/PYRAMID DRILLS
3 DEC: GYM 2 MILE RUN PUSH UP AND SIT UP DRILLS
5 DEC: GYM CIRCUIT TRAINING
7 DEC: GYM SPRINT DRILLS
10 DEC: GYM 1 MILE 1 MIN DIAGNOSTIC
12 DEC: TBD
14 DEC: TBD
17 DEC: FINAL PT TEST
19 DEC: LAST DAY OF CLASS
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