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LW 223W - Wellness in Technical Trades

Credits: 2
Correlates positive lifestyle habits and wellbeing. Covers a wide variety of wellness topics and disease prevention. Applies concepts through participation in aerobic conditioning, resistance training, diet analysis, CPR, AED, & First Aid Training and health assessments. Successful completion of LW 223W meets the Wellness graduation requirement and is highly recommended for all Technical Trades programs.

Prerequisite(s): READING LEVEL 2
Corequisite(s): None
Lecture Hours: 20 Lab Hours: 25
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Pass/NoCredit: No

Outcomes and Objectives
  1. Demonstrate the ability to access, analyze, and use information learned in Lifelong Wellness.
    1. Identify the appropriate mode, frequency, intensity, and duration for enhancing all five health-related components of fitness.
    2. Evaluate current diet and recommend changes to improve overall health and nutrition.
    3. Calculate energy in foods and complete diets.
    4. Calculate energy needs for positive, negative, and energy balance.
    5. Access information using a variety of technology and library resources.
    6. List and describe the physiological benefits of a fitness program.
    7. Identify and present specific muscles and their locations. List stengthening exercises as well as flexibility exerecises for each muscle.
  2. Assimilate information from various situations and interpret, question, reason and evaluate impact on outcomes.
    1. Differentiate between injuries cused by overuse and those caused by accidents.
    2. Identify the people who can safely begin an exercise program and those who should consult their doctor and be tested first.
    3. Identify the specific factors and conditions that may increase a person's risk of injury during exercise.
    4. Outline the unique contributions of exercise in a fat reduction program.
    5. Recognize various myths associated with fitness products and information.
  3. Practice values and civic principles related to wellness, and understand and apply the principles of diversity in health and wellness.
    1. Identify and explain population prevalence for cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes, and osteoporosis.
    2. Compare and contrast various chronic diseases in the U.S., and in other countries and states.
  4. Successfully read, analyze, and organize information by articulating in writing effective responses that promote learning.
    1. Identify, summarize, and derive meaning from a reading.
    2. Organize, interpret, and draw conclusions from a reading.
    3. Write effective introductions and conclusions.
    4. Define and identify risk factors for cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, and osteoporosis.
    5. Define and explain the concept of addiction.
    6. Explain the physiological and behavioral effects of alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamine.
    7. Define health and wellness and explain how they differ.
    8. Identify, define, and reflect upon the six dimensions of wellness.
    9. Discuss the importance of warm-up and cool-down.
    10. Outline benefits of training for muscular fitness.
    11. Define the functions of nutrients in our foods.
    12. Describe the MyPyramid/MyPlate plan for a balanced diet
    13. Define and distinguish between self-concept, self-esteem, self-efficacy, and locus of control, indicating the importance of each individual psychosocial health.
    14. Discuss the basic physiological changes caused by the stress response.
    15. Describe eustress and its impact on health and well-being.
    16. Identify and explain the role of selected stress buffers in reducing risk for stress and/or controlling potential harmful effects of chronic stress.
  5. Demonstrate the concepts and components of Fitness and Wellness
    1. Demonstrate how to take, monitor and calculate personal heart rates and estimated oxygen consumption.
    2. Demonstrate various fitness exercises using safe and effective technique
    3. Maintain daily class records of the developing fitness program.
    4. Demonstrate fitness assessment tests that are used to measure the components of fitness.
    5. Demonstrate low-back strengthening and flexibility exercises applying safe techniques with modifications when appropriate.
    6. Demonstrate the correct techniques of CPR for adult
    7. Demonstrate mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing for an adult
    8. Demonstrate mouth-to-mask rescue breathing for adult 6I. Demonstrate the complete sequence for 1-rescuer CPR
    9. Demonstrate the complete sequence for 2-rescuer CPR
    10. Demonstrate the proper placement of the AED electrode pads
    11. Demonstrate how to relieve choking in the responsive person

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