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Kathleen Aylward

Kathleen Aylward

Coordinator Adapted Exercise Program/Assistant Professor Exercise Science


Department(s):

Contact Info:

Email:
Phone: 619-644-7987
Fax: 619-644-7467
Office: Bldg. 41, Room 141
Office Hours: Monday & Wednesday 1pm-2, Tuesday & Thursday 12:30pm-1:30

 

Course(s):

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ES 001  Adapted Physical Fitness

Course Notes:

Personalized exercise program designed to develop and maintain muscular endurance and strength
ES 003  Adapted Aerobic Fitness

Course Notes:

Personalized exercise program designed to develop and maintain cardiovascular and muscular endurance.
ES 004  Fitness for the 1st Timer
ES 008  Senior Fitness

Course Notes:

This course is designed for individuals 55 years and older. Instruction includes:
  • Proper use of equipment
  • Personalized exercise programming
  • Development of flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, balance, core strength, and muscular endurance
  • Knowledge of basic nutrition, principles of fitness, and chronic disease and injury prevention
ES 029  Adapted Yoga

Course Notes:

Instructor led class offering adapted yoga postures, exercises and stretches to improve and maintain flexibility, balance, core strength, relaxation, an stress reduction.
ES 041  Adapted Water Aerobics

Course Notes:

Instructor led class designed to develop and maintain cardiovascular endurance, balance, flexibility, core strength, an muscular endurance through water exercise.

This class meets OFF CAMPUS:

St. Madeleine Sophie's Center
Therapy Pool
2119 East Madison
El Cajon, CA
This course is designed for students interested in kinesiology, physical education, personal training, athletic training, and physical therapy.

This course offers:
  • principles and techniques needed to assist individuals with personalized exercise program
  • hands-on-experience assisting students enrolled in various adapted exercise courses
ES 290  Teaching Techniques & Methods in ES

Course Notes:

This course is designed for students interested in kinesiology, physical education, personal training, athletic training, and physical therapy.

This course offers:
  • principles and techniques needed to assist individuals with personalized exercise program
  • hands-on-experience assisting students enrolled in various adapted exercise courses
HED 120  Personal Health & Lifestyles

Course Notes:

Emphasizes the information required to make important decisions concerning lifestyle and total health. An examination of stress, drugs, major diseases, nutrition, weight control, sexuality, aging, environmental issues, and other topics related to health and fitness with an emphasis on applying the information to personal behaviors. this course challenges the student to assume responsibility for, and take charge of, his/her own health and well being.
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