Ridgewater College

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Bemidji State University

PHED 2200 - A Lifestyle for Wellness - 2 credits
An examination of the social, emotional, mental, spiritual and physical dimensions of wellness. Students will examine their own lifestyles and learn how to make behavioral changes. Emphasis on self-esteem, nutritional habits, exercise habits and the importance of self-responsibility. Liberal Education Goal Area 9.
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Itasca Community College

PE 1201 - Wellness - 2 credits

This course is designed to create an awareness of factors affecting one¿s state of well-being with emphasis on individual control over those factors. This course will examine healthy lifestyles based on current research. Students will learn about the dimensions of well-being with an emphasis on the mind-body connection.
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Minneapolis Community and Technical College

PHED 1100 - Foundations of Fitness and Health - 1 credits
This course introduces the fundamental concepts of fitness and wellness. Through lecture, discussion, and physical fitness activities, you are introduced to the components of fitness, assessment tools, and various programs that contribute to physical and emotional health.
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Normandale Community College

EXSC 1129 - Fitness For Life 1 - 2 credits

Cardiovascular and strength enhancement through participation in an aerobic super circuit program. Selected strength training and cardiovascular equipment will be used. Assessment of current level of fitness helps students evaluate present status and set goals. Post test shows improvement and areas needing continued emphasis. Proper nutrition, weight management and healthy lifestyle information is presented. Appropriate for all ages and fitness levels.
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St. Cloud Technical and Community College

HPER 1310 - Life Wellness - 2 credits

This course is designed to provide information and practical application of the seven domains of wellness. Each student will receive relevant information on how to live a happier, healthier life using the Seven Domains (Physical, Emotional, Intellectual, Interpersonal, Spiritual, Environmental, and Financial/Occupational). The interconnectedness of these domains will be discussed, with a special emphasis on how a deficiency in one domain can negatively influence the other domains. Finally, the course will provide information for students to design their own total wellness program. Student Learning Outcomes: * Analyze wellness and fitness and describe parameters that comprise good physical health. * Explain why cardiovascular (CV) endurance is the most important component of fitness and how the main energy systems contribute to various forms of physical exertion. * Design a diet that conforms to healthy lifestyle principles. * Discuss major lifestyle behaviors that are associated with heart disease and how to reduce personal risk. * Identify the risk factors and warning signs for various forms of cancer, diabetes, and osteoporosis. * Discover how the body responds to stress, identify potential stressors and establish strategies to reduce stress. * Design and apply a personal program for developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. * Examine the meaning and interconnectedness of the seven domains of wellness.
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