Conditioning for Sport and Physical Activity

Faculty
Science & Technology
Department
Sport Science
Course Code
SPSC 1103
Credits
3.00
Semester Length
15 weeks
Max Class Size
35
Method Of Instruction
Lecture
Tutorial
Typically Offered
To be determined
Campus
Online

Overview

Course Description
This course provides an overview of the concepts of physical fitness. The topic areas include physical fitness assessment, the principle of health-related and skill-related fitness and the effects of exercise. Students will perform a variety of conditioning methods as well as experience the design and application of exercise programs.
Course Content

Exercise in Society

The student will:

  1. Define physical fitness.
  2. Examine the factors relating to hypo kinetic conditions and sports injuries.
  3. Examine the role of exercise with respect to:
    • children
    • adolescents
    • young and middle-aged adults
    • seniors
    • athletes
    • non-athletes
    • people with physically disabling and mentally handicapping conditions
    • selected special interest groups / individuals
  4. Define the concepts of overload, stress, specificity and adaptation.


The Components of Physical Fitness

The student will:

  1. Define the components of health-related fitness including:
    • muscular strength
    • muscular endurance
    • cardio respiratory (cardiovascular)
    • flexibility
    • body composition
  2. Describe training processes associated with the development of health-related fitness.
  3. Describe the training effects associated with the development of health-related fitness.
  4. Define the concepts of aerobic capacity and anaerobic capacity.
  5. Describe the training processes associated with the development of aerobic and anaerobic capacities.
  6. Describe the training effects associated with the development of aerobic and anaerobic capacities.
  7. Define the components of skill-related fitness, including:
    • power
    • speed
    • agility
    • coordination
    • balance
    • reaction time
  8. Describe the factors associated with the development of skill-related fitness.


Exercise Programs

The student will:

  1. Define the warm-up phase and the cool-down phase.
  2. Describe the components and the effects of the warm-up and cool-down phases.
  3. Demonstrate effective warm-up and cool-down procedures.
  4. Examine and describe a variety of classic exercise programs.
  5. Demonstrate a variety of classic exercise programs.
  6. Examine and describe a variety of contemporary exercise programs.
  7. Demonstrate a variety of contemporary exercise programs.


Physical Fitness Assessment

The student will:

  1. Discuss the role of physical fitness assessment with respect to exercise programs.
  2. Describe the types of physical fitness assessment, including:
    • field tests
    • lab tests
    • lab-like tests
  3. Describe the purpose of physical fitness assessment.
  4. Describe a variety of methods of physical fitness assessment with respect to:
    • muscular strength
    • muscular endurance
    • flexibility
    • body composition
    • posture
    • aerobic capacity
    • anaerobic capacity
  5. Demonstrate a variety of methods of physical fitness assessment with respect to:
    • muscular strength
    • muscular endurance
    • flexibility
    • body composition
    • posture
    • aerobic capacity
    • anaerobic capacity


The Design and Implementation of Exercise Programs

The student will:

  1. Examine and describe factors associated with the design of exercise programs.
  2. Examine and describe factors associated with the monitoring and evaluation of exercise programs.
  3. Identify the factors associated with injury prevention.
  4. Design exercise programs for the development of:
    • muscular strength
    • muscular endurance
    • aerobic capacity
    • anaerobic capacity
    • flexibility
    • combinations of the above
    • sport specific fitness
    • injury reconditioning
  5. Examine and describe factors involved with the implementation of exercise programs.
  6. Implement, monitor and evaluate a personal exercise program.


Variables Associated with Exercise

The student will:

  1. Examine and describe exercise contraindications.
  2. Describe the neuromuscular effects of stress and relaxation.
  3. Describe the relationship of nutrition to exercise.
  4. Describe the effects associated with physical inactivity.
  5. Describe the musculoskeletal concepts associated with the care of the back.
  6. Identify the motivational factors involved in adhering to an exercise program.
  7. Identify the positive and negative effects of exercise on personal health.
  8. Discuss the effects of exercise on growth and development.
  9. Discuss the effects of exercise with respect to the field of gerontology.
Methods Of Instruction
  • Lecture
  • Discussion groups
  • Guest presenters
  • Audio-visual aids
  • Practical instruction and experience
  • Student performance
    • fitness activities
    • fitness assessment
  • Student presentations
Means of Assessment

The selection of evaluation tools for this course is based upon adherence to Douglas College evaluation policy regarding number and weighing of evaluations, for example a course of three credits or more should have at least three separate evaluations. 

The following is presented as an example assessment format for this course:

Professionalism 15%
Labs & Prep WorK 10%
Fitness Leadership Project 20%
Personal Fitness Program 20%
Mid-Term Exam 15% 
Final Exam 20%
Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to: 

  1. Discuss the role of exercise in society. 
  2. Describe the components of health-related and skill-related fitness. 
  3. Describe and demonstrate contemporary exercise programs. 
  4. Describe and apply the principles of physical fitness assessment. 
  5. Design and implement exercise programs. 
  6. Describe and discuss the relationship of exercise with growth and development factors, health concepts, nutrition concepts and the prevention of exercise-related injuries.
Textbook Materials

Textbooks will be chosen by the instructor, the following is a recommended sample:

  • Powers, S.K., Dodd, S.L., Thompson, A.M., Condon, C.C. (2011). Total Fitness and Wellness, Custom edition. Pearson Education Canada, Toronto, ON

Requisites

Prerequisites

No prerequisite courses.

Corequisites

No corequisite courses.

Equivalencies

No equivalent courses.

Requisite for

This course is not required for any other course.

Course Guidelines

Course Guidelines for previous years are viewable by selecting the version desired. If you took this course and do not see a listing for the starting semester / year of the course, consider the previous version as the applicable version.

Course Transfers

Institution Transfer Details Effective Dates
Camosun College (CAMO) CAMO SPEX 1XX (3); DOUG SPSC 1103 (3) & DOUG SPSC 1105 (3) = CAMO SPEX 110 (3) & CAMO SPEX 1XX (3) 2014/09/01 to -
Camosun College (CAMO) DOUG SPSC 1103 (3) & DOUG SPSC 1105 (3) = CAMO SPEX 110 (3) & CAMO SPEX 1XX (3) 2014/09/01 to 2019/08/31
Langara College (LANG) LANG KINS 1103 (3) 2013/09/01 to -
Langara College (LANG) LANG HKIN 1103 (3) 2004/09/01 to 2013/08/31
Okanagan College (OC) OC HKIN 103 (3) 2008/05/01 to -
Simon Fraser University (SFU) SFU BPK 143 (3), B-Sci 2013/09/01 to -
Simon Fraser University (SFU) SFU KIN 143 (3), B-Sci 2004/09/01 to 2013/08/31
Thompson Rivers University (TRU) TRU PHED 1XXX (3) 2010/09/01 to -
Thompson Rivers University (TRU) TRU KINE 143 (3), OL 2004/09/01 to 2010/12/31
Thompson Rivers University (TRU) TRU PHED 1XX (3) 2004/09/01 to 2010/08/31
Trinity Western University (TWU) TWU HKIN 1XX (3) 2018/01/01 to -
Trinity Western University (TWU) TWU HKIN 191 (3) 2004/09/01 to 2016/12/31
University of British Columbia - Okanagan (UBCO) UBCO HMKN 100 (3) 2004/09/01 to -
University of British Columbia - Vancouver (UBCV) UBCV KIN 103 (3) 2004/09/01 to 2016/08/31
University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) UFV KIN 103 (3) 2004/09/01 to -
University of Victoria (UVIC) UVIC EPHE 1XX (1.5) 2008/05/01 to -
University of Victoria (UVIC) UVIC PE 1XX (1.5) 2004/09/01 to 2008/04/30
Vancouver Island University (VIU) VIU PHED 230 (3) 2004/09/01 to -

Course Offerings

Winter 2021

CRN
Days
Dates
Start Date
End Date
Instructor
Status
Location
12787
Mon Wed
04-Jan-2021
- 12-Apr-2021
04-Jan-2021
12-Apr-2021
Musselman
D'arcey
Open
Online
SPSC 1103 001 - Registration in this course provides registrants with a 'time conflict' error. This error can be disregarded for this course as it is due to a required room booking overlap.

This course will include some synchronous on-line activities. Students should plan to be available on-line at scheduled course times. Synchronous on-line activities may include lecture, or they may not. In some courses, synchronous class time may be used instead for active learning components (e.g. discussions, labs).
Max
Enrolled
Remaining
Waitlist
35
0
35
0
Days
Building
Room
Time
Mon Wed
14:30 - 16:20
Mon Wed
14:30 - 16:20
CRN
Days
Dates
Start Date
End Date
Instructor
Status
Location
12788
Fri
04-Jan-2021
- 12-Apr-2021
04-Jan-2021
12-Apr-2021
Musselman
D'arcey
Open
Online
SPSC 1103 002 Registration in this course provides registrants with a 'time conflict' error. This error can be disregarded for this course as it is due to a required room booking overlap.


This course will include some synchronous on-line activities. Students should plan to be available on-line at scheduled course times. Synchronous on-line activities may include lecture, or they may not. In some courses, synchronous class time may be used instead for active learning components (e.g. discussions, labs).
Max
Enrolled
Remaining
Waitlist
35
0
35
0
Days
Building
Room
Time
Fri
12:30 - 15:20
Fri
12:30 - 15:20
CRN
Days
Dates
Start Date
End Date
Instructor
Status
Location
13222
Wed
04-Jan-2021
- 12-Apr-2021
04-Jan-2021
12-Apr-2021
Hetherington
Shawn
Open
Online
SPSC 1103 003 - Registration in this course provides registrants with a 'time conflict' error. This error can be disregarded for this course as it is due to a required room booking overlap.


This course will include some synchronous on-line activities. Students should plan to be available on-line at scheduled course times. Synchronous on-line activities may include lecture, or they may not. In some courses, synchronous class time may be used instead for active learning components (e.g. discussions, labs).
Max
Enrolled
Remaining
Waitlist
35
0
35
0
Days
Building
Room
Time
Wed
8:30 - 11:20
Wed
8:30 - 11:20
CRN
Days
Dates
Start Date
End Date
Instructor
Status
Location
13524
Tue Thu
04-Jan-2021
- 12-Apr-2021
04-Jan-2021
12-Apr-2021
Musselman
D'arcey
Open
Online
SPSC 1103 004 - Registration is restricted to Sport Science and Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching students until November 25, 2020 at 10:00am. Registration in this course provides registrants with a 'time conflict' error. This error can be disregarded for this course as it is due to a required room booking overlap.

This course will include some synchronous on-line activities. Students should plan to be available on-line at scheduled course times. Synchronous on-line activities may include lecture, or they may not. In some courses, synchronous class time may be used instead for active learning components (e.g. discussions, labs).
Max
Enrolled
Remaining
Waitlist
35
0
35
0
Days
Building
Room
Time
Tue Thu
10:30 - 12:20
Tue Thu
10:30 - 12:20
CRN
Days
Dates
Start Date
End Date
Instructor
Status
Location
14886
Tue Thu
04-Jan-2021
- 12-Apr-2021
04-Jan-2021
12-Apr-2021
Musselman
D'arcey
Open
Online
SPSC 1103 005 - Registration in this course provides registrants with a 'time conflict' error. This error can be disregarded for this course as it is due to a required room booking overlap.

This course will include some synchronous on-line activities. Students should plan to be available on-line at scheduled course times. Synchronous on-line activities may include lecture, or they may not. In some courses, synchronous class time may be used instead for active learning components (e.g. discussions, labs).
Max
Enrolled
Remaining
Waitlist
35
0
35
0
Days
Building
Room
Time
Tue Thu
14:30 - 16:20
Tue Thu
14:30 - 16:20