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Welcome to Mr. Matt Collins's Spring 2011 syllabus for
PEAC 40 - Speed Training & Conditioning
Course:   PEAC 40 - Speed Training & Conditioning
Section:   3425
Division:   Physical Education/Athletics
Class Location:   TBA ATHLETIC FIELDS/TRCK
Class Times:   TH 2:30PM - 3:45PM
Instructor:   Mr. Matt Collins
Instructor's email:   mcollins@hartnell.edu
Office Location:   Physical Education Building, Room # 134
Office Hours:   Monday 9:00 - 10:00 am, Tuesday & Thursday 10:00 - 11:00 am
Phone:   831 770-6122


Introduction
Welcome to Spring 2011!


Course Description
The development of strategies and techniques to increase speed and improve agility utilizing the fitness components of cardiovascular/respiratory conditioning, muscular strength and endurance, and flexibility.


Course Objectives
Student Learning Outcomes:
Students should be able to explain and demonstrate how each of the five health-related components of fitness are incorporated into the foundation of speed training.
Students should be able to measure and evaluate exercise intensity using exercise heart rate and perceived exertion.
Students should be able to practice exercises specific to individual muscle groups through repetition.
Students should be able to identify and discuss specific muscles involved in performing a variety of resistance exercises.
Students should be able to describe, practice, and demonstrate exercises specific to the development and maintenance of flexibility.


Required Course Material
N/A


Grading Procedures
Absence in excess of 10% of the scheduled class meetings in classes from 1-5 weeks in duration may result in the instructor dropping the student. That is, a student may be dropped after missing one more
class meeting than 10% of the total number of scheduled class meetings.
4. When a student is dropped due to the
attendance policy, the assignment of a
�W� will be based on the drop occurring
before the 14th week for a full semester
class. After the 14th week, no drops are
allowed, and the only grades given will
be: A, B, C, D, F, NP, P. It is the
student�s responsibility to withdraw
formally from classes by the last day to
withdraw with a �W.� Any student who
stops attending a class without officially
dropping it in the Admissions & Records
Office may receive a grade of �F.�


Class Policies
No cell phones, eating or drinking in the classroom. Please refer to the student handbook.