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Sports and Fitness

Beginning Yoga

This course will focus on the practice will allow you to:

1. Be able to identify yoga postures that reduce the effects of stress in the body.

2. Be able to identify and use different breathing techniques for energy, relaxation, and calming effects. 

3. Participate in a yoga flow that will increase energy, flexibility, strength, and balance. 

Learner Outcomes

1. Be able to identify yoga postures that reduce the effects of stress in the body.

2. Be able to identify and use different breathing techniques for energy, relaxation, and calming effects. 

3. Participate in a yoga flow that will increase energy, flexibility, strength, and balance. 


Section - FIT4013-011

Fitness Bootcamp

This course will focus on the development and maintenance of the following components of fitness: muscular endurance, strength, cardiovascular fitness, balance, speed, and coordination. General fitness concepts to improve each component of fitness, nutrition, and weight management will be included. The primary emphasis is helping reduce the risk of functional decline and improve overall performance in everyday activities. 

Learner Outcomes

  1. Identify and describe physical fitness components and training principles.

  2. Employ safe and appropriate methods to improve fitness levels.

  3. Use correct form when weight training, applying appropriate modifications for exercises as necessary.

  4. Assess and analyze daily diet, identify strengths and challenges and make changes to aid in realizing personal wellness goals.


Section - FIT4017-006


Section - FIT4017-007

Junior Tennis

9:00-10:00am  Beginners (generally 5-10yrs):  Start with some easy games and exercises to begin to learn the basics

10:15-11:15am    Intermediate (generally 11-15yrs middle school ages): Learn all the rules of the game including scoring. You will actually play games and perfect your technique.

11:30-1:30pm  Advanced (generally high school age): Great for students who want to perfect their game strategy for tournaments. Prepare for the State High School matches and get ready for the Championship

INSTRUCTORErnie Blachowiak has held various offices in the Kauai Tennis Association since 1985.  He has coached high school tennis since 1986.  In addition, he is the currently teaching beginning and intermediate tennis at Kauai Community College to the credit students. 

Prequisites

Parents must register in person and complete waiver forms prior to class starting. You can find a digital version of the waiver HERE. Call us at 245-8318 for current Schedule.


Section - FIT4010-037


Section - FIT4010-038


Section - FIT4010-039

Pickleball

This course is a beginning pickleball class, which is a court game that combines skills from tennis, ping pong, and badminton. Throughout this class we will focus on developing basic skills and implementing them into game situations. We will cover skills such as ball control, forehand/backhand drive, drive/lob serve, forehand/backhand lob, smash, and strategy.

Prequisites

 You must supply your own paddle. 

Learner Outcomes

  1. Identify the rules, strategies, history, safety, and etiquette of pickleball.

  2. Demonstrate correct technique for the skills used in pickleball.

  3. Demonstrate good sportsmanlike conduct during games.

  4. Demonstrate knowledge of how to keep score and use different strategies during competitive pickleball games.


Section - FIT4014-011


Section - FIT4014-012

Tennis Drills &Strategies for Adults

This class is for the adult tennis player who wants to fine-tune their skills. There will be new techniques and strategies used in making a decent player, a better player.


Section - FIT4001-021

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