H&HP Classes

H&HP Classes

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PEHR 1200. Basketball. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in learning the basics of basketball, including skills such as dribbling, passing, shooting, and team offense and defense, as well as knowledge of the game. Designed to give students playing time, increase knowledge of basketball, and improve individual skill levels. FA, SP.

PEHR 1201. Intermediate Basketball. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in learning more skills in basketball. Designed to give students playing time, increase knowledge of basketball, improve individual skill levels, and provide activity. FA, SP.

PEHR 2430. Basketball Officiating. 1 Hour.

For students wishing to officiate in interscholastic, intramural, or community games. Teaches rules, officiating, techniques, problems and procedures used in basketball. Uses lecture, media, guest lectures, and practical game situations. FA.
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PEHR 1145. Bowling. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in learning the fundamentals of bowling, including instruction in the stance, approach, release and roll. Designed to give students playing time and gain knowledge of rules, scoring, and etiquette as well as improving skill levels. Course fee required. FA, SP.

PEHR 1146. Intermediate Bowling. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in continued development of the fundamentals of bowling, including instruction in the stance, approach, release and roll. Designed to give students playing time and gain knowledge of rules, scoring, and etiquette as well as improving skill levels. Course fee required. FA, SP.
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PEHR 1129. Disc Golf. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in learning basic disc golf skills and knowledge. Designed to teach technique, rules, strategy and course etiquette, as well as provide activity. FA, SP.
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PEHR 1088R. Fitness Center. 1 Hour.

Activity course designed for students who desire to begin and sustain a fitness program. Teaches students to manage a fitness program and pursue lifelong fitness goals. Dixie State University's Fitness Center is equipped with the finest fitness equipment, including dozens of aerobic and strength machines, and it is staffed by trained fitness instructors. Students may receive complete fitness assessments and have one of the instructors help develop a personalized exercise program. Students must attend a general orientation at the beginning of the semester. Thereafter, students use the fitness equipment at times that may be convenient to them to fulfill a required number of hours spent exercising. Repeatable up to 8 credits subject to graduation restrictions. Course fee required. FA, SP, SU.
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PEHR 1130. Beginning Golf. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in learning the basics of golf, including instruction in the fundamentals of grip, stance, swing, use of various clubs, as well as rules, etiquette, and scoring. Designed to give students playing time at the driving range and on the golf course as well as improving skill levels. Course fee required. SP.

PEHR 1131. Intermediate Golf. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in learning more golf skills. Teaches fundamentals of grip, stance, swing, use of clubs, as well as rules, etiquette, and scoring. Actual practice at the golf course will include putting and driving. Designed to improve student's golf skills, as well as provide activity. Course fee required. SP.
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PEHR 1550. Mountain Biking. 1 Hour.

Activity course designed to present basic information on equipment purchase, maintenance, and repair of a mountain bike. Fitness programs and short trips are conducted in the local area with an extended tour planned by the group to conclude the semester. Student must supply own bicycle. FA, SP.

PEHR 1551. Intermediate Mountain Biking. 1 Hour.

Activity course that offers students the opportunity to further the skills learned in Beginning Mountain Biking. Students will discover some of the more advanced local mountain biking trails in our area, tackle more challenging terrain, learn to develop and use a training schedule, and do more in-depth maintenance on their bicycles. Instruction is provided on components, technical cycling skills, safety, conditioning, trip planning, maintenance and repair. Student must supply own bicycle. SP.
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PEHR 1110. Racquetball. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in learning the basics of racquetball, including instruction in serving, returning, and court strategy. Students will learn skills, rules, and proper etiquette as well as improving their skill levels in racquetball. Course fee required. FA, SP.

PEHR 1111. Intermediate Racquetball. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in learning more skills in racquetball. Designed to improve student's racquetball skill, as well as provide activity. Course fee required. FA, SP.
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PEHR 1527. Introduction to Climbing. 1 Hour.

Activity course is designed for all students, presenting introductory information on safety, equipment and its maintenance, and climbing technique, including rappelling, belaying, and sport climbing. Climbs will be conducted on and off campus at local venues. Course fee required. FA, SP.

PEHR 1528. Rock Climbing II. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in intermediate rock climbing. Includes safety, equipment and its maintenance, and climbing techniques, including rapelling, belaying, and sport climbing. Climbs will be conducted on and off campus at local venues. Course fee required. FA, SP.
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PEHR 1350. SCUBA Diving. 1 Hour.

For students interested in SCUBA diving. Includes lectures on underwater environment, diving skills, equipment, techniques, respiration, breathing air at depth, and safety procedures in scuba diving. Students will practice basic SCUBA diving techniques, SCUBA safety, and use of SCUBA equipment in a swimming pool and in strictly supervised open water dives. While students receive the Professional Association for Diving Instructors (PADI) open water scuba course, students must certify in scuba diving independently of this course. Course fee required. Corerequisite: PEHR 1355. FA, SP.

PEHR 1355. SCUBA Diving Lab. 0 Hours.

Lab portion of PEHR 1350, for practice of basic SCUBA techniques, SCUBA safety, and use of SCUBA equipment in swimming pool and strictly supervised, limited open water dives. Lab fee required. Corequisite: PEHR 1350. FA, SP.
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PEHR 1225. Softball. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in learning the basics of softball, including instruction in the fundamentals of play situations and rules of softball. Designed to give students playing time, increase knowledge of basketball, and improve individual skill levels. Offered based on sufficient student need.
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PEHR 1300. Beginning Swimming. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in swimming. Includes instruction and practice in the fundamental elements of swimming and water safety skills emphasizing the basic skills of floating, rhythmic breathing, gliding and kicking, and the forms of the crawl stroke and elementary backstroke. Students will gain knowledge as well as improve their skill level in swimming. Course fee required. FA, SP.

PEHR 1301. Intermediate Swimming. 1 Hour.

Activity course designed for students interested in learning intermediate aspects of swimming, including the advanced techniques of the four competitive strokes--front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly, as well as the two leisure strokes--sidestroke and elementary backstroke. Designed to improve students' skill and fitness levels. Course fee required. FA, SP.
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PEHR 1100. Beginning Tennis. 1 Hour.

Activity course that provides instruction in the fundamentals of tennis, including basic stroke orientation, rules, and scoring in order to encourage further involvement in tennis. Students will learn tennis with the intent of developing a lifetime leisure and social activity that will give hours of enjoyment as a family, social, and/or competitive activity. FA, SP.

PEHR 1101. Intermediate Tennis. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in expanded, more advanced skill development of strokes and strategy for both singles and doubles play in order to increase their interest in tennis and inspire continued involvement as a social outlet and recreational activity. FA, SP.
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PEHR 1210. Volleyball. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in learning the basics of volleyball, including instruction in the fundamentals of service, passing, setting, and spiking, as well as knowledge of the rules of volleyball. Designed to give students playing time, increase knowledge of volleyball, and improve individual skill levels. FA, SP.

PEHR 1211. Intermediate Volleyball. 1 Hour.

Activity course for students interested in learning more skills in volleyball. Designed to give students playing time, increase knowledge of volleyball, improve individual skill levels, and provide activity. FA, SP.