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									                              SANTA ROSA JUNIOR COLLEGE
                     DEPARTMENT OF KINESIOLOGY, DANCE, & ATHLETICS
                          CIRCUIT TRAINING SYLLABUS, FALL, 2012

Instructor: Coach Karen Stanley
Class meets: Tues-Thurs, 1:30pm – 3:00pm, 805, Petaluma Fitness Center
Office hours: PC Fitness Center 806, T & Th, 10:30am-11:30am , or by appointment
Contacts: (707)524-1815 Santa Rosa,(707)778-4118 Petaluma,
Email: kstanley@santarosa.edu
Instructor Homepage: http://online.santarosa.edu/homepage/kstanley/
Course Outline of Record:
https://portal.santarosa.edu/SRWeb/SR_CourseOutlines.aspx?mode=1&CVID=23911&Semester=20127

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is a participation activity class, designed to introduce circuit training as a lifelong fitness
program, particularly for those new to this type of physical fitness activity. Students will learn
different machines and exercises for all the major muscle groups of the body, the benefits of resistance
training done in a circuit fashion, and the principle of muscular exhaustion for maximum fitness
benefits. In addition, students will be introduced to abdominal workouts and stretching for flexibility.

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. Independently use circuit training equipment and techniques to safely and successfully engage in
circuit training activities.
2. Learn a variety of exercises on MATRIX strength equipment, as well as free weights and cable
equipment that can develop different muscles of the body, incorporating all of the major muscles.
3. Learn the different types of fitness benefits from circuit training, such as muscular power, muscular
strength, muscular size, and muscular endurance.
4. Learn a variety of abdominal core strength exercises, as well as stretches for flexibility.
5. Improve his/her own personal physical fitness level by learning and utilizing the fitness principles
of strength training, in order to develop his/her own weight lifting program that can be used for life.

EQUIPMENT:
1.Proper workout attire must be worn. NO tank-tops, sleeveless shirts, sport bras without shirts
overtop, jeans, or ‘street/school attire’ will be allowed! Please be respectful and adhere to this policy.
2. Proper workout shoes must be worn, cross-trainers, running/jogging shoes. No street shoes, boots,
or sandals are allowed.
3. A TOWEL is REQUIRED for each student. No towel = No workout. If you do not have a towel,
you will be dismissed from class, and receive a no attendance for the day.
4. Each student may obtain a locker for day use only. You must supply your own lock.
5. NO IPOD, CELL PHONE, or any electronic equipment use is allowed in weight room.

EVALUATION AND GRADING POLICY:
1.) Participation:                                            Total of 50% of your Grade
Non-Participation/Attendance of class sessions will affect your grade:
Missing (out of 33 for the semester) 0-2 (90-100%) = A; 3-4 (80-89%) = B; 5-6 (70-79%) = C/P;
7- 8 (60-69%) = D/NP; 9 or more (59% and below) = F.

Participation is based on your attendance and working out in all class sessions.
Roll will be taken APPROXIMATELY THE FIRST 5 MINUTES of class.
The door will then be LOCKED, and students not in attendance will receive an absence.
THIS WILL GO INTO EFFECT BEGINNING THE 3RD WEEK OF CLASSES and
WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE COLLEGE’S “FINALS” WEEK.
Graded students and Pass/No Pass students are graded the same.
To receive a “Pass”, students must earn a “C” grade or better.
If you are sick or injured, DO NOT COME TO CLASS! Go get a Doctor’s note instead!!!

Excused Absences: Doctors’ Medical note (for you, or for a family member you care for); Dentist’s
Medical note; School Event with proof; Military Duty with note; Jury Duty with note.
NO OTHER ABSENCES ARE EXCUSABLE.

2.) Written Examinations:                                             Total of 25% of your Grade
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a.) There will be a Written Exam given at the 9 week of the semester.
    above 90% = A; 80-89% = B; 70-79% = C; 60-69% = D; 59% and below = F

b.) There are NO MAKE UPS for this Exam. (unless absence is excused- see above)

c.) The Exam will include information from online handouts and material covered in class.

3.) Practical Examinations:                                             Total of 25% of your Grade
                                       PART ONE = 10% of Grade
a) Pre-Fitness Testing will be the 3rd week of class; Post-Fitness Testing will be the week prior to Finals week.

b) BOTH sets of tests are mandatory to receive this 10 % part of your grade. Missing any portion the Fitness
Tests will = an ‘F’ Grade for this portion of the class.

* Fitness Testing includes: sit-ups, push-ups, pull-ups or hanging, planks, and wall sits.

3.) Practical Examinations:                                           Total of 25% of your Grade
                                      PART TWO = 15% of Grade
a) Each student will be asked to teach (3) Machines, Cable, Dumbbell, or Barbell Exercises,
   each worth 5 points, for a total 15 points.

b) 1 point = the proper Name of the exercise; 1 point = identifying primary Muscle(s) involved;
   1 point = proper Demonstration of exercise; 1 point each for TWO proper Techniques of exercise .

c) The Practical Tests will take place for 3 to 4 weeks prior to Finals Week.
   Approximately five students will be tested each class session during this time.

RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKS:
“Fundamental Weight Training” by David Sandler, ISBN #:13: 978-0-7360-8280-8
“Vegetarian Sports Nutrition” by D. Enette Larson-Meyer, ISBN #: 13:978-0-7360-6361-6
Publishers for both texts: Human Kinetics.
Available at SRJC Bookstore (s); SRJC Library(s) on Reserve; and by purchasing the text online at
http://www.humankinetics.com/Home

Make-up Policy: DEADLINE for ALL Make-Ups is the week PRIOR to Finals Week.
Students may “make up” missed classes during the semester by:
a.) watching the film “Food, Inc.” and writing a full 1 page report.
b.) watching any video on www.exerciseismedicine.org and writing a full 1 page report.
c.) watching any video on www.nutritionfacts.org and writing a full 1 page report
d.) watching the CNN Documentary “The Last Heart Attack” and writing a full 1 page report
e.) Other events as announced and approved by instructor and writing a full 1 page report
The FINAL for this class meets: Thursday, December 20, 2012, between 1:00pm – 3:45pm

								
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