Lansing Community College
Physical Fitness and Wellness Department
Health, Fitness and Wellness Guide to
Classes and Services
Swimming: Primary Skills (Unit Code: PFAQ100)
This introductory swimming course focuses on the development of basic
swimming strokes, rhythmic breathing, survival swimming, and beginning
Swimming: Stroke Development (Unit Code: PFAQ101)
f you’re serious about getting ﬁt, staying healthy and developing The development of skills in front crawl and backstroke is the emphasis
of this class. Students will be introduced to the backcrawl, breaststroke,
or maintaining a personal, realistic wellness plan, clip on your and butterﬂy, with strong concentration on rhythmic breathing.
pedometer and head on over to the Physical Fitness and Swimming/Training (Unit Code: PFAQ104)
Wellness Department at Lansing Community College. Prerequisite: None
This course is ideal for swimmers interested in skill development in all Parent/Toddler Water Adjustment (Unit Code: PFAQ115)
competitive swimming strokes as well as in a ﬁtness program design. The Prerequisite: None
Many people are not aware that LCC has ﬁtness centers, nutrition student should be able to swim 500 yards in 10 minutes. Recommended: PFAQ114
classes, weight training courses, a pool—essentially a total ﬁtness Water Walking/Toning (Unit Code: PFAQ106)
The emphasis of this parent/toddler water adjustment class is on skill
development, safety, and fun. The development of water experiences,
package that can be customized to meet your needs. Prerequisite: None
A variety of walking and running moves are utilized in this course in
improvement of motor development, coordination, and social skills will be
highlighted. Toddlers should be between the age of two and ﬁve years,
shallow or deep water to enhance cardiovascular ﬁtness. Toning
depending upon skill development and/or instructor approval.
exercises for arms, abdominal, and thighs are used extensively.
Non-ballistic moves are emphasized. Parent/Child Swim (Unit Code: PFAQ116)
Find out for yourself what Lansing Community College has to
Adult Classes offer by reading through this special It’s All About Health and Water Exercise I (Unit Code: PFAQ107)
If scuba, team and individual sports, Latin ballroom dance or Wellness! Guide to Classes and Services provided by LCC’s
This course focuses on parent/child water skill development, socialization
wilderness survival skills are what you’re looking for, we’ve This course utilizes a variety of movements performed in shallow or deep
Physical Fitness and Wellness Department. skills, and safety. Individualized instruction is given for advancement of
1 water, to improve cardiovascular ﬁtness and ﬂexibility. No swimming 2
got that! Yoga, fencing, judo, Tai-Chi or Hydroﬁt water skills required.
motor skill and coordination in the aquatic environment. Children should
aerobics courses revs up your metabolism, we’ve got that too! To participate in LCC’s health and wellness classes or to utilize be four to ﬁve years or receive instructor approval.
Hydro-Fit Exercise I (Unit Code: PFAQ110)
LCC offers an impressive range of course experiences for all college ﬁtness centers and/or swimming pool you must ﬁrst Prerequisite: None
Arthritis Foundation Aquatics Program (Unit Code: PFAQ118)
ages and ﬁtness levels in these areas and many more. become an LCC student. Admission applications are available Prerequisite: None
This course is designed to give the student an overall water ﬁtness
This course will give the student exercises for range of motion in
online at www.lcc.edu. If you need assistance completing workout with little impact to the joints or back. The class uses Hydro-Fit
Senior Tuition Discount
Senior Tuition Discount one or have questions about where to start call the Physical buoyancy equipment to tone and strengthen muscles, develop
comfortable water temperatures and will improve and help maintain
ﬂexibility and well-being.
Lansing Community College offers a 50 percent discount Fitness and Wellness Department at 483-1227, visit us on the
coordination, and increase ﬂexibility.
in tuition for senior citizens 62 years of age and older. This Scuba Certiﬁcation Class (Unit Code: PFAQ119)
Downtown Campus in Room 351 Gannon Building or send an Hydro-Fit Exercise II (Unit Code: PFAQ111)
Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in PFAQ112
means seniors can take any class at LCC for a 50 percent e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course is designed to allow students who have completed scuba
tuition discount. Seniors may be interested in taking courses in Recommended: PFAQ110
PFAQ112 or equivalent to complete their open water scuba
ﬁtness, performing arts, music, computers, etc. Any senior in Fitness Facilities
Fitness Facilities Hydro-Fit Exectise II is a water ﬁtness program using water resistance
to tone and strengthen muscles, develop coordination and increase
certiﬁcation training. Upon successful completion of the class, the
student will receive Scuba Schools Internationals’ open water
the state of Michigan can take as many classes as they want Fitness Center
Fitness Center ﬂexibility by using Hydro-Fit exercise equipment. Emphasis is placed on
at this discounted rate. Two locations are available on the Downtown Campus in increasing abdominal, shoulder, arm and lower body strength. (This class
is similar to Hydro-Fit I, but meets three times per week.) Basic Lifeguarding (Unit Code: PFAQ120)
Lansing and West Campus in Delta Township. Fitness Center
Summer camps equipment includes weight and aerobic machines, stationary Scuba (Unit Code: PFAQ112)
This course is designed to provide the necessary minimum skills of
Currently basketball, volleyball, fencing and swimming camps bicycles and a running track. Students can use both facilities Prerequisite: None
training to qualify as an entry-level lifeguard.
are available for a variety of ages. As partners with by enrolling in Total Fitness classes. For students who want to
This basic course in scuba diving includes both classroom and pool
training instruction. Upon successful completion of class, the student is Water Safety Instruction (Unit Code: PFAQ122)
Extension and Community Education we offer the A+ Summer use the facilities but not earn academic credit, student eligible for scuba certiﬁcation following open water training. Prerequisite: None
Youth programs which have a wide variety of camps for kids in memberships are available. This course is designed to assist in teaching basic aquatic skills for
the summer months through August. Parent/Infant Water Adjustment (Unit Code: PFAQ114)
instructors. Teaching modalities and how different students learn is
Weight Room This course places emphasis on parent/infant water adjustment, safety,
It’s a perfect time to
It’s a perfect time to The weight room includes Icarian, Cybex, Paramount, Hammer and fun. Instruction will focus on the development of water experience
get ﬁt! Strength and Morden machines and over 10,000 pounds of free and improvement of motor skills and coordination for infants between the
ages of six months and two years.
There is no better time than now to begin your journey to weights. The weight room offers classes for beginners all the
better health or redirect your current quest to wellness. LCC way to the advanced student. Expert instruction is provided in
is here to help you achieve your health, ﬁtness and wellness the safe, proper and effective use of this equipment.
goals; whether your interest is in better nutrition, learning or
improving your game, or simply making a few changes for a Swimming Pool
better and healthier you. The swimming pool is 25 yards and six lanes and includes a
one meter diving board. A wide variety of aquatics classes
Exercise physiologists, dietitians and other expert faculty at offers everything from primary skills to swim training to scuba
Lansing Community College are dedicated to improving the diving to water exercise. The pool is available for open swim
wellness of anyone who has a desire to live a healthier life. too. Check pool hours online at www.lcc.edu/pfw
Dance Courses music for Latin partnership dancing. Dances will be selected from the Dance Exercise (Unit Code: PFFT136) Fit for Life Exercise (Unit Code: PFFT169)
following: Cha-cha, rumba, mambo, merengue, salsa, samba, and tango. Prerequisite: None Prerequisite: None
Ballroom Swing I (Unit Code: PFDA142) This course includes warm-ups and exercise from This course introduces the older student to
Prerequisite: None Ballroom Bronze I Workshop (PFDA151)
various dance genres including ballet, modern, and jazz the beneﬁts and importance of a regular
Recommended: Enrollment with a Prerequisite: None designed to develop ﬂexibility, strength, and exercise program to combat the
partner Recommended: Enrollment with a partner coordination. Emphasis is placed on toning and debilitating effects which inactivity has
Introduction to the study of Introduction to the study of ballroom including partnership technique, stretching. upon aging. The student will learn the
ballroom swing including dance posture, basic patterns, and music for traditional ballroom dances beneﬁts of cardiovascular exercise as well
partnership technique, dance including waltz, fox trot, cha-cha, rumba, and swing. Basketball Fitness Training (Unit Code: PFFT147)
as ﬂexibility, mobility, and range of motion.
posture, basic patterns, music Latin Ballroom II (Unit Code: PFDA152) This course is not a traditional basketball class.
and style of the Swing dances. Prerequisite: None Participants will be in a workout class that will have
Includes introduction to Recommended: PFDA147, and enrollment with a partner an emphasis on conditioning using basketball drills
dances using different styles and This course is designed to build on the techniques introduced in Latin and basketballs. Class activities will include running,
speeds of music such as East Coast Ballroom I, Ballroom I, Ballroom Swing I, or Ballroom Topics. Emphasis continuous movement, shooting, defensive slides, and
swing, West Coast swing, jitterbug, will be placed on the following dance styles: cha-cha, rumba, mambo, dribbling.
and jive. samba, salsa, merengue, and tango. Cardiac Rehab Exercise (Unit Code: PFFT151)
Latin Ballroom I (Unit Code: Prerequisite: Department Approval
PFDA147) This continuing course includes medically-monitored
Prerequisite: None exercise and education, which emphasizes reducing the
Recommended: Enrollment with a risk factors known to contribute to heart disease.
partner Methods and level of exercise are determined by the
This course includes an participant’s physician and the program medical director.
introduction to partnership technique, Monitored by professional staff.
dance posture, basic patterns and
Yoga Classes Yoga: Continuing (Unit Code:
Fitness and Physical Aerobic Exercise (Unit Code: PFFT120)
Conditioning Courses This course helps students to improve cardiovascular function and
Yoga: Beginning (Unit Code: PFFT170)
Total Fitness A (Unit Code: PFFT100) oxygen efﬁciency to enhance muscle structure and function through Recommended: PFFT170
This course is an introduction to yogic breathing and yogic
Total Fitness B (Unit Code: PFFT101) toning exercises, aerobic dancing, and stretching. This course promotes psycho-physical integration of body and
3 Total Fitness C (Unit Code: PFFT102)
stretching exercises with emphasis on relaxation and
mind through yogic breathing, stretching, and relaxation. Guided 4
Step Aerobics (Unit Code: PFFT122) meditation. Yoga postures will be utilized to reduce
Total Fitness D (Unit Code: PFFT103) breathing and visualization are used to enhance depth and
Prerequisite: None stress and tension.
Prerequisite: None This course helps students improve cardiovascular efﬁciency through the quality of relaxation and meditation.
Total Fitness encompasses ﬁtness, nutritional health, and general use of step platforms. Movement combinations with increasing
wellness principles. Students will complete an assessment measuring complexity will be used to increase student’s balance and coordination.
aerobic ﬁtness, strength, ﬂexibility, and nutrition. With supervision of Toning and stretching exercises will be used to complete muscle
Health and Wellness Theory and Practice of Yoga (Unit Code: PFHW130)
an instructor, students will develop and participate in an exercise plan Prerequisite: None
tailored to their individual needs. The course features ﬂexibility of
balancing and ﬂexibility. Educational material will be distributed to Education Courses Recommended: PFFT170
increase student’s knowledge of ﬁtness and wellness to improve Health and Wellness Seminar (Unit Code: This course explores the theoretical
attendance and modular teaching.
personal quality of life. PFHW100) foundations of yoga and its historical
Jogging: Beginning (Unit Code: PFFT107) Prerequisite: None framework. Lecture, discussion,
Adult Lifestyles Exercise (Unit Code: PFFT261)
Prerequisite: None This course introduces the and in-class practice will give
Prerequisite: Department Approval
This course introduces jogging as a ﬁtness modality and covers how to student to eight hours of various participants an opportunity to deepen
An opportunity for students to maintain and/or
care for feet, proper equipment choices, clothing, and safety. topics related to health their understanding of yoga theory and how
improve their ﬁtness level through
Aerobic Boxing (Unit Code: PFFT111) supervised aerobic exercise sessions and awareness, wellness, and/or it pertains to their daily practice. Students
Prerequisite: None health education. Emphasis is on prevention of lifestyle-related illness. will explore how yoga exercises and relaxation
This course will teach the art of self-defense while improving your regular, safe exercise and healthy practices promote health and ﬁtness through stress
Medical Alternatives for Health and
aerobic and anaerobic capacity. lifestyles. reduction.
Wellness (Unit Code: PFHW105)
Body Flexibility (Unit Code: PFFT112) Mind/Body Fitness: The Nia Technique Prerequisite: None Therapeutic Touch and Yoga (Unit Code: PFHW133)
Prerequisite: None (Unit Code: PFFT134) This course discusses alternatives in maintaining health and correcting Prerequisite: None
This course is designed to increase body ﬂexibility by learning proper Prerequisite: None illness. The students will examine the six major medical systems, as well Recommended: PFHW130
stretching techniques and applying these techniques to range of motion Nia blends self-expressive, simple as many alternative therapies from around the world. This course will combine the theories and practices of yoga and
and muscle ﬂexibility. movements from martial arts, dance Therapeutic Touch (TT). The foundation of TT is yoga meditation. Classes
Human Nutrition (Unit Code: PFHW123)
arts and healing arts for balanced provide practice in Energy Theory as it applies to individual learners and
Core Strength and Flexibility Training (Unit Code: PFFT113) Prerequisite: Reading Level 5
conditioning. Nia empowers as an agent of healing. Balanced with TT will be breathing and relevant
Prerequisite: None Recommended: Biology
students to achieve physical, research and theory.
This course combines core training and ﬂexibility exercises. Students will This course is an introductory course in human nutrition. Topics include
mental, and emotional well being digestion, absorption, metabolism, and biological functions of nutrients; Self-Awareness: Key to Wellness (Unit Code: PFHW161)
use calisthenics and ﬂoor exercises to improve muscle strength, increase
through a safe cardiovascular ex- nutrition needs throughout the life cycle; relationship of nutrition and Prerequisite: None
ﬂexibility, and develop core strength (back and abdominal muscles).
ercise approach. Nia is designed eating patterns to health and disease; individual and societal inﬂuences This course introduces the student to aspects of self-awareness that can
Proper ﬂexibility techniques and exercises will be emphasized. Students
to connect students to their on food choices; and the role of government in food safety and security. lead to greater vitality in all aspects of life. The student will learn ways
will experience a total body workout utilizing all major muscle groups.
inner rhythm through greater in which he or she is inﬂuenced by family and cultural beliefs. Tools for
Advanced Circuit Training (Unit Code: PFFT114) body awareness. changing behavior will be presented.
This course is designed to incorporate strength conditioning, muscle en-
durance, ﬂexibility, and cardiovascular training for a total body workout.
This can be accomplished in a relatively short time frame by utilizing the
circuit training method.
Healthy Lifestyles (Unit Code: PFHW163) Seminar: Wilderness Survival Techniques (Unit Code: PFHW190) Karate: Beginning (Unit Code: PFSP114) Tennis: Beginning (Unit Code: PFSP124)
Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 Prerequisite: None Prerequisite: None Prerequisite: None
This course introduces the student to lifestyle skills that lead to better This course provides basic outdoor survival skills and techniques to This course introduces the basic skills of karate: This course will introduce the student to the following skills: ground
health. The student will learn healthy nutritional habits, basic ﬁtness campers, outdoor enthusiasts, and group leaders. Among the topics are kicking with the feet and knees, and punching with strokes, serve, volley, lob, and overhead serving as well as doubles and
concepts, positive stress reduction, and development of a personalized shelter, ﬁre, water, signals, orienteering, food procurement, hot/cold the ﬁst and hands. singles strategy.
healthy lifestyle plan. Assessment skills and wellness concepts will be stress management, toxic bites, edible plants of the world, and survival at
put into practice. sea. Course includes an optional three-day ﬁeld trip exercise. Karate: Intermediate (Unit Code: PFSP115) Tennis: Intermediate (Unit Code: PFSP125)
Prerequisite: None Prerequisite: None
Stress Management (Unit Code: PFHW181) Seminar: Wild Food Plants (Unit Code: PFHW191) Recommended: PFSP114 Recommended: PFSP124
Prerequisite: None Prerequisite: None This course further develops karate This course will introduce the student to the lob, half volley, and a number
This course helps students understand the basic components of the This course introduces 77 kinds of edible wild plants and their toxic skills in punching with the ﬁsts and of different serves. The student should be able to demonstrate and
stress response and how they limit our physical, mental and emotional look-a-likes from Michigan and adjoining states. The students learn to hands, kicking with feet and knees, and execute the fundamentals of tennis: ground strokes, net volley, serve, and
well-being. Students learn and apply basic principles that help to resolve distinguish these plants on the basis of observed plant characteristics.
essential body movement in combative the knowledge of scoring the game.
stressful situations and lead to greater sense of ease and pleasure in life, The material is illustrated in slides and handouts. Several outdoor
activities with an emphasis on free sparring.
work and relationships. experiences are provided. Conservation is stressed. Volleyball: Beginning (Unit Code: PFSP126)
Karate: Advanced (Unit Code: PFSP116) Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite: None This course introduces the student to the fundamental skills of volleyball.
Martial Arts, Angling, Team and Bowling: Advanced (Unit Code: PFSP106) Recommended: PFSP114 or PFSP115 Course emphasis is on proper serving, setting, forearm passing, spiking,
Martial Arts, Angling, Team and This course places primary emphasis on positioning, rules, and game strategy.
Individual Sports Classes
Individual Sports Classes Recommended: PFSP105 the development of sparring
Competitive Volleyball (Unit Code: PFSP127)
Aikido (Unit Code: PFSP100) This course is an extensive review of skills introduced at the beginning techniques as they relate to
Prerequisite: None level. Students develop strategies in lane reading. punching and kicking. Students
This course is an introduction to the philosophy of Aikido. Basic spar and move toward the
Fencing: Beginning (Unit Code: PFSP107) This course provides the student with
movements of Aikido as a martial art are introduced. competitive aspect of karate as a martial art.
Prerequisite: None a conceptual framework for
Angling: Beginning (Unit Code: PFSP101) This course is designed to introduce the student to basic skills and Pool: Beginning (Unit Code: PFSP117) advanced
Prerequisite: None theories in foil fencing. Course emphasis is placed on basic skills such Prerequisite: None offensive
This course introduces the student to angling with demonstrations of as advance, retreat, lunge, disengage, coupe’, one-two double’, riposte, This course introduces students to the fundamentals of pool (pocket and
basic angling tackle and techniques. Information is provided on Michigan counter parry and riposte, and advance-lunge. Group instruction is used. billiards). Primary course emphasis is on stance, grip, bridge, aim, and defensive
sport ﬁsh and their habitat. Fishing trips are taken for steelhead, walleye, stroke. Cue ball position shots such as stop, follow, draw, and center are systems of
Fencing: Intermediate (Unit Code: PFSP108)
salmon, trout, bass, and other game ﬁsh. Students are introduced to the covered. volleyball.
Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in PFSP107
excitement, satisfaction and mystique of ﬁshing. Individuals
This course builds upon the 12 basic fencing skills Pool: Intermediate (Unit Code: PFSP118)
5 Prerequisite: None
work on skill 6
Basketball: Beginning (Unit Code: PFSP102) and introduces rules and complex fencing
drills and intra-class competition.
movements. Students will use acquired skills Recommended: PFSP117
in fencing bouts. This course reviews the fundamentals of stance, grip, bridge, aim, and Judo: A to Z (Kata) (Unit Code: PFSP130)
This course introduces the student to the fundamental skills of basketball.
stroke. Skill improvement and concentration techniques are stressed. Prerequisite: None
Course emphasis is placed on ball handling, passing, shooting, and rules. Golf: Beginning (Unit Code: PFSP109)
This course is designed to provide beginning Judo
Prerequisite: None Tai Chi I (Unit Code: PFSP122)
Basketball: Advanced (Unit Code: PFSP103) students with comprehensive instruction in basic
This course is an introduction to the Prerequisite: None
Prerequisite: None Judo techniques as well as experiences in
basics of golf which includes This course introduces the ﬁrst 30 forms of the Yang-style Tai Chi.
Recommended: PFSP102 learning portions of Kodokon Kata (Nage-no-kata,
equipment, grip, stance and Students develop techniques to focus on relaxation and inner calmness.
This course is designed for the student who has a sound understanding Katame-no-kata, Juno-kata, Goshin Jutsu).
of basketball skills. Drills will be used to enhance passing and shooting posture, club swing, and the rules Tai Chi II (Unit Code: PFSP123) The emphasis is on the art of Judo.
skill development. Emphasis is placed on team play as well as individual and etiquette of golf. Prerequisite: None
skill improvement. Golf: Intermediate (Unit Code: PFSP110) Recommended: PFSP122
Prerequisite: None This course covers more difﬁcult forms in Tai Chi. Yang-style Tai Chi
Bicycling Camping/Touring (Unit Code: PFSP104)
Recommended: PFSP109 stresses the health and well-being of the whole person. Yang-style
This course will review the basics movements allow students to move in slow, smooth, steady, and
This course is a two and one half day bicycle trip in a scenic area of
of golf: equipment, grip, stance and continuous movement.
Michigan. The class will include two nights of camping and two days
of bike riding 35-45 miles each day. Base camp will be set up or a sag posture, and club swing. Students will
wagon will be used. Carrying your own gear will be optional. be given drills to foster and improve
Bowling: Beginning (Unit Code: PFSP105)
proper swing mechanics for course
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This course is a basic introduction to bowling. Primary emphasis is Indoor Soccer (Unit Code: PFSP111)
placed on spot bowling, release, and approach. Students become familiar I’m interested. Please send me the following information:
with bowling etiquette and This course is designed to introduce
students to the basics of indoor soccer. Admission information
Passing and shooting drills are Facilities brochure
emphasized along with team play. Physical Fitness and Wellness Department Brochure
soccer rules are Class schedule book
used to accommodate indoor soccer rules. Spring courses Summer/Fall courses
Judo: Beginning (Unit Code: PFSP112) Have you ever taken classes at LCC? Yes No
This course is designed to familiarize students with
basic Judo techniques of falling, throwing, and Date of birth Name
Judo: Intermediate (Unit Code: PFSP113) Address City State Zip Code
Recommended: PFSP112 Telephone E-mail
This course works toward a series of sequential Judo movements with
continued emphasis on throwing and grappling. Last high school/college attended Area of interest
Weight Training II (Unit Code: PFWT124)
Recommended: PFWT112 or PFWT123
This course expands students’ knowledge of progressive resistance
(weight) training, (using both free weights and machines), thus increasing
the variety and methods of training techniques. Students will
monitor their food intake throughout the semester, further developing an
understanding of the impact of appropriate dietary habits on resistance
Weight Training Courses
Weight Training Courses
Introduction to Weight Training (Unit Code: PFWT112)
This basic resistance (weight) training course is designed to introduce
resistance training and proper lifting techniques to students. Safety
rules, proper use of equipment, and concepts of lifting will be
Weight Training I (Unit Code: PFWT123)
This course is designed to promote physical ﬁtness through progressive
resistance (weight) training. Instruction will include principles, methods
and techniques of resistance training. Using this material, students
will design their own program with emphasis on muscle strengthening,
muscle endurance and weight reduction. Principles of proper body
mechanics will be applied.
Students who graduate with an associate degree in kinesiology will be able to work in entry-level positions in ﬁtness
leadership, wellness promotion, corporate wellness, etc., or transfer to four-year institutions in the ﬁeld of kinesiology. Students
who transfer often enter a teacher certiﬁcation program in physical education or undergraduate studies in kinesiology in
corporate or clinical professional programs.
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Vice Chairperson; Robert E. Proctor, Secretary/Treasurer;
Mark H. Canady, Trustee; Jerry Hollister, Trustee; Thomas Rasmusson,
Trustee; Robin M. Smith, Trustee.
Judith F. Cardenas, Ed.D., President, Lansing Community College.
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