Tae Kwon Do–RRES 200
Tae Kwon Do is an effective way to unify the mind and body. It helps develop one’s health by increasing cardiovascular abilities, strength, balance and flexibility. The basics of blocking, punching, kicking, self-defense and white belt form will be covered. Class will consist of practicing these skills as a group, working with other classmates and the instructor one-on-one. At the end of the semester, students will have the option to be tested for their orange belt.
Instructor: David Moore | email@example.com
RRES 200 Class Number 17606 ZCH
Date: January 26 – May 6
Time: 5:30-6:30 pm (T/Th)
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Judo I class is an introduction to the Olympic sport of Judo. Students will learn mat etiquette, break falls, basic mat and throwing techniques. Judo I introduces foundational skills that is intended for the understanding of how principles of technique with dynamic movements that rely on strength, physical force, momentum and mental conditioning. Learning how these principles interrelate and correspond to one another provides for the opportunity to gain a physical and mental advantage over an opponent. The techniques that are introduced to the student requires gross and fine motor skills that are dependent on mental conditioning. Students will be instructed in both standing and ground techniques that are sufficient for gaining an advantage and each technique instructed is selected for safety of participants and for demonstrating fundamental principles to the Art of Judo.
Instructor: Conrad Candelaria | firstname.lastname@example.org
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