Physical Education Program
(632) 4266001 local 5016/5017
(632) 4266001 local 5016/5017
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm; Sat 8am-12nn
List of Courses
PE 102.1 AEROBICS (TAEBO)
Aerobics exercise involving general endurance, flexibility, and coordination with the combination of Taekwondo and Kickboxing. All activities are done to the beat and rhythm of lively music.
PE 102.2 AEROBICS (STEP)
Aerobics exercise designed to develop cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, and other physical fitness components, involving calisthenics and dance movements performed on a prescribed bench, using music 126-130 beats per minute.
PE 102 AERODANCE
A fitness program involving general endurance, flexibility, and coordination. All activities are done to the beat and rhythm of lively music.
PE 103 SWIMMING
Practical sessions on basic floating, proper breathing, and basic swimming strokes (e.g. crawl, breaststroke, backstroke).
PE 104 BADMINTON
Practical sessions involving instruction on basic badminton techniques, with lectures on the history, equipment, and rules and regulations of badminton.
PE 105 PHYSICAL FITNESS FOR WOMEN
Lectures and practical sessions on all aspects of physical fitness, including the development of individual fitness programs for students.
PE 106 TABLE TENNIS
Lectures on the history, equipment, and rules of the game, with practical session on the basic strokes and spins, footwork and tactics.
PE 107 RUNNING
PE 108 LAWN TENNIS
Practical sessions on basic strokes, footwork, and game strategies, with discussions on the history, equipment, and rules of the game.
PE 109 FITNESS WALKING
This course outlines the health and fitness benefits of walking and providing the students with the information they need to walk safely and efficiently, with lectures on walking to lose weight, increasing aerobic fitness, clothing and equipment, foot care, and walking first aid. Practical sessions on the basic and specialized aspects of walking plus an out-of-town culminating hike.
PE 110 SOCCER
Lectures on the history, equipment, and rules of the game, with practical sessions on the basic skills of ball handling and game strategies.
PE 111 WEIGHT TRAINING
Practical sessions geared toward the development of muscular fitness through lifting weights, with discussions on various theories of the program.
PE 112 BASKETBALL
Practical sessions on basic ball handling, shooting, dribbling, and strategies, with lectures on the history, equipment, and rules of the game.
PE 113 RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES
Individual and group sharing involving hobbies, talents, and leisure activities. Recommended course for physically handicapped or disabled students.
PE 114 SOFTBALL
Lectures on the history, equipment, rules of the game, and game strategies, with practical sessions on throwing, catching, pitching, fielding, and batting.
PE 115 ARNIS
Practical sessions on the fundamental skills and techniques of Arnis (e.g. striking, blocking, disarming, etc.), with lectures on the history, principles, and ethics of the sport.
PE 116 VOLLEYBALL
Practical sessions involving basic volleyball skills (e.g. volleying, serving, bump-pass, etc.), with lectures on history, rules, and skills of the sport.
PE 121 FENCING
Practical and instructional sessions on the art of using a foil or a sword for attack or defense, with lectures on the history, principles, and ethics of the sport.
PE 122 JUDO
Practical and instructional sessions on throwing techniques and grappling skills, with physical training to obtain spiritual goals, and lectures on the history, principles, and ethics of the sport.
PE 130 BALLROOM DANCING
Instruction on basic dance steps (e.g. cha-cha, boogie, swing and tango), with lectures on movement, style, partner relationship, and social etiquette. The culminating activity is a group presentation of the various dance steps.
PE 131 TAEKWONDO
Practical sessions on both offensive and defensive techniques (e.g. strikes, thrusts, kicks, blocks and parrying), with physical training focused on the development of stance, movements, speed and breathing, and lectures on the history, principles and ethics of the sport.
PE 132 TAI CHI
Practical sessions on martial art movements with Qi (energy circulation, breathing, and stretching techniques) with lectures on the history, principles, and ethics of the art.
PE 133 YOGA
Yoga is a way of life, an integrated system of education for the body, mind and inner spirit. This art of right living was perfected and practiced in India thousands of years ago. There are lectures and actual practice on proper exercise, yogic breathing, proper relaxation, positive thinking and meditation.
PE 134 TAP DANCE
Practical session on the basic steps, step combinations, and dance choreography, with lectures on the historical background, and definition of terms.
PE 138 MUAY THAI
PE 139 WU SHU
Wu Shu is the Chinese term for martial (wu) art (shu) and is used to specifically refer to Chinese Martial Arts. This course is designed to introduce students to one of the most basic and popular styles of Wu Shu weapons, the cudgel; also known as the "father of all weapons" because many other weapons were developed from it. Cudgel practice, which combines offense with defense, uses various methods such as swinging, jabbing, hanging, jumping, leaping, smashing, pointing, blocking, sheltering, holding, piercing, floating, carrying, poking and lifting. The basic cudgel training to be covered in this course is consists of 32 Forms. Each form has practical applications that can be used for self-defense. Just like other Wu Shu styles, cudgel practice develops flexibility, strength, balance, coordination, stamina, reflexes and body awareness, as well as self-discipline and focus.
INTRODUCTION TO SCUBA DIVING