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LWA 119 - Jiu-jitsu

Credits: 1
Introduces the fundamental movements of Jiu-jitsu. Provides opportunity in sport specific strength and conditioning. Pre- and post-fitness assessment testing will be administered.

Prerequisite(s): None
Corequisite(s): None
Lecture Hours: 15 Lab Hours: 15
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Pass/NoCredit: Yes

Outcomes and Objectives
  1. Describe and explain the concepts and components of Jujitsu.
    1. List and describe the five health-related components of fitness and explain how they apply to Jujitsu.
    2. List the six essential nutrients, the caloric value and food source of each, and the relationship of each nutrient to the current Food Guide Pyramid.
    3. Identify the location of the following large muscle groups and give examples of strengthening exercises for each:
      1. quadriceps
      2. hamstrings
      3. biceps
      4. triceps
      5. rectus abdominus
      6. latissimus dorsi
      7. gastrocnemius
      8. gluteus maximus
      9. pectoral
      10. deltoid
    4. 1D. Describe and explain the following Jujitsu body positions and their intent:
      1. guard
      2. half guard
      3. side control
      4. north/south
      5. butterfly guard
      6. back control
      7. full mount
    5. Describe and explain the following Jujitsu submissions and explain defenses for each:
      1. arm bar
      2. triangle choke
      3. kimura
      4. key lock
      5. ankle lock
      6. heel hook
      7. rear naked choke
      8. knee bar
  2. Demonstrate the concepts and components of Jujitsu.
    1. Correctly perform the following body positions:
      1. guard
      2. half guard
      3. side control
      4. north/south
      5. butterfly guard
      6. back control
      7. full mount
    2. Correctly perform the following Jujitsu submissions:
      1. arm bar
      2. triangle choke
      3. kimura
      4. key lock
      5. ankle lock
      6. heel hook
      7. rear naked choke
      8. knee bar
    3. Demonstrate how to take, monitor, and calculate resting heart rates, maximum heart rates, exercise heart rates, and training zones.



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