|Effective: Summer 2013|
|PHED 10C||AQUATICS LEVEL III, MASTERS SWIMMING/ADVANCED SWIM TRAINING||1 Unit(s)|
|Advisory: Advisory: This course is included in the Aquatic family of activity courses.|
|Grade Type: Letter Grade, the student may select Pass/No Pass|
|FHGE: Lifelong Learning Transferable: CSU/UC|
|3 hours laboratory. (36 hours total per quarter)|
|Student Learning Outcomes -|
|Advanced programs & concepts of swim strokes, competitive flip turns, and endurance training for competition.|
|Course Objectives -|
|The student will be able to: |
A. develop advanced technical swimming skills in all strokes.
B. explain aerobic training principles involved in swimming
C. practice and demonstrate competitive turns.
D. recognize the benefits of a regular aerobics swimming program.
E. identify signs and symptoms of swimming training intolerance.
F. practice and demonstrate emergency safety skills.
G. explain historical and cultural components of long course swimming.
|Special Facilities and/or Equipment -|
|Swimming pool |
|Course Content (Body of knowledge) -|
2. Freestyle pulling
3. Backstroke pulling
4. Breaststroke pulling
5. Butterfly pulling
6. Breaststroke kicking
7. Butterfly kicking
B. Aerobic training techniques
4. Fartlek training
5. Interval training
6. Distance training
C. Benefits of an aerobic swimming program
1. Muscular strength, endurance, flexibility
2. Cardiovascular fitness
3. Body composition development
4. Reduced coordination
5. Persistent soreness in muscles and joints
E. Safety skills
2. Sudden immersion skills
3. Rescue breathing (shallow and deep)
|Methods of Evaluation -|
|Representative Text(s) -|
|Laughlin, Terry. Total Immersion: The Revolutionary Way To Swim Better, Faster, and Easier. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2009. Print. |
|Physical Education |
|Method of Instruction -|
|Lecture, Laboratory, Demonstration |
|Lab Content -|
|Types and/or Examples of Required Reading, Writing and Outside of Class Assignments -|