Grades 10, 11, 12
This course is designed to identify and apply individual wellness principles introduced in Wellness Fitness I & II, through situational learning and diverse fitness settings. At the end of this course students will have learned the necessary tools to design a personal fitness model that can be utilized throughout their lifetime. In addition to the promotion of wellness, students are exposed to several modes of fitness, such as Pilates/yoga, aerobics and/or step aerobics, Zumba, elements of martial arts, kickboxing, core strength/stability, circuit training, enhancing cardiovascular fitness, and resistance training.
Prerequisites: Wellness I. Concurrent enrollment in, or completion of, Wellness/Fitness II.