Thiel's health and physical education courses introduce the fundamentals of a variety of activities, with the possibility for enjoyment for lifelong participation, and/or provide options for students to improve physical fitness. These health-related fitness classes accentuate student understanding of the health benefits associated with a regular exercise program, good nutritional habits, and activities that promote a lifetime of healthy living.
No restrictions are placed on which activity courses are taken and activity and fitness classes may be repeated for credit. It is recommended that Bowling I be taken before Bowling II, unless you are an experienced bowler. The courses listed with two activities will have equal emphasis, but weather may determine the time spent on each activity. Courses may be coeducational, or offered for men and women separately. All courses fulfill Group V of the integrated requirement. Please note that INDS 201,
The Physiological Basis of Exercise and Physical Fitness, will also fulfill Group V.