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CMS Department of Physical Education

The Colleges require all students to complete three semesters of physical education. Participation on a CMS intercollegiate athletic team will also count towards fulfilling the physical education requirement. All students are expected to complete this requirement during their freshman and sophomore years, except for those excused by the Chair of the Department of Physical Education for medical reasons or because of prior military service.

Registration procedures and deadlines for physical education courses or teams are identical to those of credit courses. Courses offered through other Claremont Colleges may also be elected.

For physical education questions, contact physical education director Randy Town at randy.town@cms.claremont.edu 

Physical education courses include the following:

 

Archery

Randy Town
rtown@cmc.edu
909-607-3561

Class Description
Work on improving your archery skills in a supportive environment. The students will learn about the stance, proper shooting form and archery safety. 

Class Goals
Improve your Archery skills by shooting daily by gaining body awareness.

Grading
You need to attend and participate in 80% of the classes. 

 

Badminton

Bill Walkenbach

Bill.Walkenbach@cms.claremont.edu

Course Description

This class is open to badminton players of all levels.  Beginners will receive basic instruction that will allow them to understand the fundamentals and rules of the game.  They will be provided with a comfortable, low-pressure environment to grow as players, get some exercise, and learn to enjoy the game.

For intermediate and advanced players, the class will provide an opportunity to play in any desired format with players of their level.

If students have their own racquet, they should bring it to class.  If not, racquets will be provided.

 

Basketball Skills and Conditioning

Ken Scalmanini
Ken.Scalmanini@cms.claremont.edu

Class Description
Work on improving your basketball skills in a supportive environment.  There will be some conditioning as full court drills or games are utilized.

Class Goals
Better your Basketball skills in a supportive inclusive environment.  There will be skills taught and worked on at beginning of each class.  Scrimmage games after 10-15 minutes of skill work each class. Improve your physical fitness and working in supportive team environment. 

Grading
There will be two classes per week for 12 weeks.  You need to attend and participate in 80% of the courses or 19 total classes. 

 

Basketball Skills and Drills

Chanel Murchison
cmurchison@cmc.edu

Class Description
This class will allow students to play the game of basketball in a fun and collaborative way through group and individual drills, games, and competitions. The coach will cater skill work to individuals and teach drill work based on level of experience.

Class Goal(s)
The goal of this course to allow students to break down the game of basketball through skill work, and small focus drills. Students will be challenged in their ability to continual growth of each new skill gained.

Grading
Students will be graded on attendance, preparation, and participation.

* Given there are no exams, attendance/participation are key. Lack of either could result in a failing grade* 

 

Body Ritual Fitness Class

Bernadette LeGrant
bern@onyourgrind.com

  • Indoor cycling is a form of exercise with classes focusing on endurance, strength, intervals, high intensity, and recovery, and involves using a special stationary exercise bicycle.  Classes are 45 minutes long.
  • Yoga physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation or relaxation
  • Barre Pilates is a rigorous workout that blends elements from different exercise styles including ballet, pilates, and yoga. It focuses on low-impact, high-intensity movements designed to strengthen your body.
Registered students can combine classes (spinning, barre, or yoga).  In order to receive a pass/credit for the course, 80% attendance is required. 

 

Boxing

Carlos Garcia (Coach Carlos)
Real Boxing
3 Sessions per Week
Fitness Only, not for competition 
Phone: (909) 279 7956
Class Description
You will learn Authentic Boxing Skills from a former professional Boxer with 20 years of experience, although non-competitive we use real techniques and the physics of Boxing, and the mental attitude to make the most out of your training.
 
Class Goals
You are given 3 in Gym sessions Monday Wednesday and Friday at 10 am 5 or 6 pm. You are taught progressively so that you can expect your technique and endurance to go up gradually
 
Grading
In order to pass you are expected to complete at least 20 sessions (Which takes less than 2 months if you show up 3 times per week). When we have trained other Claremont Colleges students in the past they had a great time and it was common that some of them would continue to train after they achieved a passing grade, what they enjoyed the most besides the awesome training was our welcoming community, check out our website for pictures and videos, see you soon! 

 

Cardio Climber Class (VersaClimber)

Nicolas DeVore
909-450-5517

MPower Yoga Studio
175 N. Indian Hill Blvd. in the Claremont Village

2 Sessions per week

Class Description: Cardio Climb is a high-intensity, low-impact climbing class utilizing state-of-the-art VersaClimber upright climbing machines.  Class is 30 minutes of interval routines set to heart-pumping music and club lighting.  Wear athletic shoes and bring water for class.

Class Goals: Students will get cross-lateral strengthening and cardiovascular health through participation in these classes.

Grading: Pass/No Pass Class based on attendance of a minimum of 80% or 16 of 20 classes throughout the semester.

 

CATZ/Circuit Training

Jennifer Clark
jennifer.clark@cms.claremont.edu 

Class Description
CATZ is a circuit training class based on whole body workouts in under an hour. In the class you will get strength training and cardio all in one workout (weights can be added if you wish but all workouts will be written to be done with what you have!) All workouts can be done in a small space so it can transfer for wherever you are.

Class Goals
Get fit in a supportive, inclusive environment that supports whatever your starting point is and hopes to build on that. By the end of the class you will know how to write full body workouts for yourself. At the end of the semester it is my hope that we will have a community of people who will support one another through workouts when we return to campus as well!

Grading
In order to pass this PE class you need to be in ‘attendance’ for at least 80% of the classes. There will be workouts for 2x/week for the 12 week period. So, in order to pass, you will need to be at 19 of the classes and participate in class ‘discussions’.

Community Expectations
Participate positively in the class. Have fun. Support other people in the class. Everything posted needs to be private, anything shared in our group should be supportive and positive.

Class Meetings
Will be fully determined by survey prior to the class beginning but my hope is to find 1 time a week where we can workout together (it will also be posted online) and the second workout will be done at your leisure.  

 

FitBoxing

Sophie Dvorkin
sdvorkin23@students.claremontmckenna.edu

FitBoxing is a course designed for all levels of athletes, from having zero experience boxing to being junior world champions. 
FitBoxing is meant to teach the basic techniques of boxing (punches, footwork, defense) which are then applied to a partnered HIIT workout. 
Using gloves and mitts, the students will be given a hands-on experience both learning how to box as well as learning how to coach and push their desired partner.

There is absolutely no sparring involved and all of our work. The last 10 minutes of class are dedicated to a group bodyweight cool down, separated into three muscle groups: upper body, lower body, and abs/core. 

Lastly, FitBoxing is a team, and at the end of every session, we join together and answer all questions and concerns any student may have, followed by a unified clap to end the day. 

 

Fitness Walking

Kurt Vlasich
kurt.vlasich@cms.claremont.edu 

Course Description
This course will be an intermediate level of fitness walking and conditioning.  Each week we will set goals on distance, time, and monitor progress using one of several apps that can be downloaded to your smart phone.  Students will work out on their own time each week, and supply screenshots of their workouts to the instructor by the end of the week.  Each week there will be a mileage minimum to accomplish.  Throughout the semester, several goals will be set for performance.  Goals such as average mile time, incline distance, and total number of miles walked.  All walking will be done on routes that the students feel comfortable with near their home. 

 

Flexibility & Stretching

Kurt Vlasich
kurt.vlasich@cms.claremont.edu 

Course Description
This course is a basic introduction to flexibility and stretching.  Students will be expected to follow a guided series of stretches focusing on specific muscle groups provided by the instructor.  Students are expected to spend between 90 to 120 minutes each week stretching.  Stretching will be tracked by submitting a log at the end of every 2 weeks.  Stretching can be done at various times that work best for the student’s personal schedule. 

 

Fly Fishing Class

Damian Ross
drossclaynfishn@gmail.com

Class Description: Students will be taught the Art of Fly Casting, The use of the fly rod, the basics and beyond.
The student that can already cast will become more proficient using a variety of equipment provided.
1 meeting per week

Class Goals:
To prepare a person to fish anywhere, in a variety of water types.  
A student will be able to go way beyond the basic cast, and understand when to use what, as far as lines and rods.
Improve at distance casting and pinpointing a presentation.

Grading: 
Pass / No Pass, or P/F
Obligatory, one outside meeting.  Either Fly Tying, or onstream.  
Learning requires attending, " practice makes perfect ''.
3 absences, and the grade will be in jeopardy. 


Free Weights

Greg Lonzo
greg.lonzo@cms.claremont.edu 

Course Description
The course will consist of two workouts a week focusing on a full body training plan.  Each workout will take you through a series of strength exercises that will be mostly body weight training with the ability to add weights as available and desired.  In the first few weeks of the semester there will be video demonstrations for the exercises with the workouts.  The goal for the class is to introduce various workout styles throughout the semester and hopefully allow students to develop their own training plan. 

Grading
Two Workouts will be sent out to students at the beginning of each week and students will be expected to email instructor with confirmation when each workout is completed.  There will be 24 total workouts (2x/week for 12 weeks) and students will need to complete at least 19 workouts (80%) to receive a pass in the class.   

 

Golf

Bill Walkenbach

Bill.Walkenbach@cms.claremont.edu

Course Description

This class is open to golfers of all levels.  Golfers will receive instruction suited to their level of experience and skill in the game.

The course will cover putting, chipping, pitch shots, full-swing mechanical instruction, golf etiquette, and rules instruction.  It will utilize the golf practice center immediately to the north of the Axelrood Swimming Pool at Claremont McKenna.

If students have their own clubs, they should bring them to class.  If not, clubs will be provided.

 

High-Intesity Interval Training (HIIT) 

Gina Oaks-Garcia
gina.oaks@cms.claremont.edu 

Course Schedule:
Tuesday/Thursday 10:00am and 11:00am
First HIIT class- September 1, 2020
Last HIIT class- November 19, 2020

Course Description
The online model of my High Intensity Interval Training classes will consist of mostly body weight movement exercises. Some of the workouts can be used with light weights if a student chooses to implement weight or has access to them.

We will do a high amount of reps in short amounts of time to get the heart rate up and cardiovascular endurance going. We rest as needed however get right back into action. The movements are based off of a timer and has built in rest periods throughout the workouts. You will perspire and feel amazing once you conclude each workout. Please be sure to hydrate efficiently, with the general rule of water consumption being half your body weight in ounces a day, plus 20 oz for every hour of rigorous exercise. (ex. Body weight @150 pound= 75 oz of water + 20 oz for 1 hr of exercise= 95 oz).

The workouts will be done in a small area through multiple platforms. Zoom will be the most used platform. Students will be receiving the workouts prior to class starting. Students unable to do the workout during the specific class time must send an email to me upon completion of the workout for accountability.

I am big on positive energy, smiles, and hard workers. Everyone’s fitness level will be at different levels and that’s ok. Your workout is your workout. Just keep moving.

Course Goals and Objectives
To build our cardiovascular endurance, Increase our fitness level throughout the semester, and have fun doing it.

My goal is to provide you with a solid base of physical movements that can be done anywhere at any time. HIIT training keeps your heart rate up and burns more calories in less time. Commons goals of HIIT classes would be defined as:

Weight Loss: Smaller figure and smaller number on the scale

Increase endurance: For people who want to increase their endurance for running and other activities

Gain Muscle and strength: Increase Mass and strength in a single rep max for any given exercise

Lose Fat: You want to see more muscle tone and definition.

If you have specific goals for the class please email me individually and we will come up with more specific plans. 

 

Hiking

Mitchell Fedorka
mfedorka@cmc.edu 

Course Description
Develop cardiovascular fitness while exploring trails and utilizing hiking equipment and safety precautions.

Required Materials
Proper/comfortable hiking attire and shoes. Water bottles and snacks. Fitness tracking and sharing via the free Under Armor Map My Walk App.

Course Guide
Students must submit tracking information for 10 hikes of at least 2 miles each along with journal entries to track cardiovascular fitness and hiking experience for each hike. A Zoom meeting will be held the first and last week of classes. The first week will cover course expectations and information on submitting workout information to instructor. The last week will entail a short final presentation from each student on what their experience with the class has been, as well as providing information about their favorite hike that they have completed during the course.

Class Grading
50% Hike Participation/Journal Submissions (10 Hikes at 10 Points Each)
25% Zoom Participation (2 Zoom Meetings at 25 Points Each)
25% Final Presentation (50 Points) 

 

Jogging

Jodie Burton
jodie.burton@cmc.edu 

The objective of this class is to allow you to jog at a time/day most convenient for you.

You are expected to work out at least 3 times per week.

A minimum of 22 workouts are needed to pass this class.

You will be required to turn in a log of your runs every other week. 

You will be tested in the first two weeks of Nov. It will be a two-mile run around the track at your own pace. There is no time requirement to complete the run.

Enjoy the flexibility this class offers.

Email  Jodie.burton@cmc.edu   with any questions you may have. 

 

Mat Flow Pilates Heated

Jodi Day
909-450-5517

MPower Yoga Studio
175 N. Indian Hill Blvd. in the Claremont Village

2 Sessions per week 

Class Description: A combination of Pilates and Zumba set to fun, energetic music.  Move gracefully and work core muscles for stability, definition, and strength.  The class is held in our heated pilates studio in the heart of the Claremont Village.  Bring a Yoga Mat, Water, and a Towel for class.

Class Goals: Students will gain body awareness, improve core strength and overall muscle tone.  Through learning low-impact dance movements, students will improve rhythm and balance and have a great time getting fit.

Grading: Pass/No Pass Class based on attendance of a minimum of 80% or 16 of 20 classes throughout the semester.

 

Karate Intro

Instructor: 
Sensei Ty Aponte (6th Deg. BB - Shotokan karate) 
Phone: 951 204-0341

Defense-Arts Center.com 
Website: Defense-Arts-Center.com 
Course #: Fall PE 025 Karate - Shotokan
6:00 – 7:00 pm Tu/Th
(LAC), Aerobics Room 
Class Description: (Uniform NOT required)
Traditional Shotokan Karate curriculum includes basic/advanced blocks, strikes, kicks, kata (forms), an emphasis on practical and common-sense self-defense; that will include evading/escaping, joint locks and manipulations, kicking & striking drills. The class will be safe, engaging, challenging, and fun.  Training will be enhanced with twice-monthly homework assignments.  
 
Class Goals:
 
·      To acquire a good foundation in Shotokan karate fundamentals and have the confidence and ability to demonstrate and/or apply to a reasonable degree. By semester's end, an examination will determine what (belt) rank one will receive. 
    
·        To develop an awareness of one’s environment and practice skills to gain confidence with one’s martial abilities. 
 
·        The training takes on a holistic approach to improving one’s health, fitness & skills; if one follows & practices the routines by the semester's end one will have gained strength, agility, and an edge of self-confidence. 

·        Have an appreciation for the Art of Traditional Karate-Do & the Budo (Martial Art) Culture (etiquette and philosophy) that is taught alongside the training will result in self-improvement and personal growth.  

Grading:

Class (2 x per wk.) based on enthusiastic attendance of a minimum of 80% or 16 of 20 classes throughout the semester.  

 

Meditation

Ana Dorrance
amdorrance@yahoo.com
Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m.

Course Description
This course introduces the student to a variety of meditation techniques from different traditions, including Mindfulness and light yoga. It will provide an overview of the neuroscience supporting the benefits of individual meditation techniques including reduced stress, better sleep, improved focus, and a sense of well-being. The course will also address common obstacles to meditation as well as approaches to overcoming these obstacles. This class is informed world-class Mindfulness and Meditation courses including the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course.

Learning Outcome
The learning outcome is for the students to attain a toolkit of meditation techniques and to be able to identify which techniques are best suited for them in varying situations (anxiety, focus, lack of sleep, etc.)  An additional outcome is for the student to develop a sustainable personal meditation practice so that they may achieve the benefits desired.

Grading 
This class is offered on a credit/ no credit basis.  Students must attend 80% of the classes to receive credit for the course. 

 

Medicine Ball Cross-Training

Dave Schwarz
David.Schwarz@cms.claremont.edu

This class will use medicine balls to focus on a total body workout emphasizing functional strength and movement.
Grading will be based on attendance requirement of 80% or more of the classes.   

 

Mindfulness-Based Emotional Intelligence

Ana Dorrance
amdorrance@yahoo.com
Tuesdays, 5:45 p.m.

Course Description
This class is the Search Inside Yourself program, developed by Google, adapted to a one-semester format.  The course facilitates the development of emotional intelligence and mental and emotional resilience. It includes instruction and practice of mindfulness techniques including micro-practices which can be utilized throughout the course of one’s day, as well as supporting neuroscience. This course also includes dyads with other students and journaling.  Emotional intelligence (EI) is now a top-ten skill required in the workplace; core EI skills such as self-awareness, self-management, and empathy are facilitated by mindfulness techniques and practice. 

Learning Outcome
By the end of the course, the goal is to help students thrive and enjoy greater productivity, effectiveness, and well-being in all aspects of their lives.  

Grading 
This class is offered on a credit/ no credit basis.  Students must attend 80% of the classes to receive credit for the course.

 

Reformer Pilates at The Body Center

Michele Cazares
909-621-0447
mcazares@bodycenterpt.com or frontdeskteam@bodycenterpt.com

Class Times
Please view Schedule online, stop by the facility to pick up class schedule, view attachment

Course Description
Pilates reformer work focuses on core strength and proper muscle engagement which improves strength and flexibility. It is a full-body workout, that is good for all fitness levels. 

Requirements 
The requirements of the course are as follows:

· This course is a PASS/ FAIL only.

· You are required to attend an INTRO classes during the times that they are offered prior to taking any of the classes. (The only exception to this is if you are a returning student from previous semesters.)

· You will need to ATTEND at least 14 of the 20 classes allotted to you in order to pass and the INTRO class will be included towards that. (classes are 55 minutes long)

· If you late cancel or no show more than 3 classes you will not be allowed to schedule in advance and will need to schedule the day of the class to participate. · Cancellations for any class require a 24-hour notice otherwise they will be deducted from your 20 classes credit. Notes will not be accepted to credit classes back to your account.

Class Goals 
To gain strength and flexibility improving core control, proper posture alignment, and connecting the mind/body to perform the exercise in a new and beneficial way. 

 

Running

Chanel Murchison
cmurchison@cmc.edu

Course Overview
Students will be participating in beginner to intermediate running. The distances for each run will vary between 1.5miles – 3.0mile. Each meeting will consist of a group warm-up and then students will run the provided route at their own pace.

Class Goal(s)
The goal of the course is for students to build on their individual cardiovascular fitness. We will keep track of the completion times of each run, so students can see progress throughout the course, from start to finish.

Grading
Grading will be based on attendance, preparation, and. Participation.

* Given there are no exams, attendance/participation are key. Lack of either could result in a failing grade*  

 

Sailing 

John Faranda 
john.faranda@claremontmckenna.edu

Class Description
The sailing class is designed as an introductory course teaching basic terminology, sailing theory, small boat handling and rigging, safety at sea, and navigation rules. It is not appropriate for those who already know basic sailing techniques. The course meets five times during September and October: a two-hour introductory class followed by four eight-hour on-the-water sessions in Newport Beach. The boats used are a Lido 14 and a Catalina 30.

Textbook
Invitation to Sailing by Alan Brown.

Supplies
A 4-foot piece of line for knot-tying; sunglasses; deck shoes; windbreaker, etc.

Prerequisites
The ability to swim and tread water.

Class Goals
The successful participant will have learned enough basics to feel comfortable chartering a small daysailer or crewing on a larger vessel.

Grading
Grading is based on enthusiastic participation in all five class sessions. Missing more than one session will result in a no-credit grade. 

 

Self-Defense Intro 

Instructor
Sensei Ty Aponte (6th Deg. BB) 
Phone: 951 204-0341

Website:Defense-Arts-Center.com 
Course #: Fall PE 018A Self-Defense
7:00 – 8:00 pm, Mon/Wed
(LAC), Aerobics Room 
Class Description: 
As the foundation for training, students will learn fundamentals of self-defense which includes blocks, strikes, kicks, with an emphasis on practical and common-sense self-defense applications including evading/escaping, joint locks/manipulations, kicking & striking drills, and techniques.  We will also incorporate elements from various martial art styles. Training will be enhanced with twice-monthly homework assignments. 
 
Class Goals:
•     To acquire a foundation in Martial Arts basics (blocks, kicks, strikes, etc.) and have the confidence and ability to demonstrate and/or apply to a reasonable degree those fundamental techniques.  

•     To develop an awareness of one’s environment (Situational Awareness: Spotting threat indicators) and practice skills to gain confidence with one’s martial abilities. 

•     Students will gain an appreciation for the Budo (Martial Art) Culture (etiquette and philosophy) and will be exposed to the different styles so that you have a broader understanding to make an intelligent choice when it comes to learning a martial method of self-defense. 

Grading:

Class (2 x per wk.) based on enthusiastic attendance of a minimum of 80% or 16 of 20 classes throughout the semester. No test/examination. 

 

SCUBA

scubaschoolsofamerica@gmail.com 

Open Water Level One Program

Complete 5 lectures and pool sessions and 6 open water dive to be an SSI Level 1 Diver. We will be able to do their pool sessions at our facility or at CMC if the pool is warm.. SSA can provide transportation to our facility just south of the colleges.  Please download our free app MYSSI on your app store to get started. 

Class Sessions
All academic sessions are webinars. The classes are scheduled throughout the month and they are able to choose from a multitude of dates and times to take their academics. The texts and videos are on their custom application, which they have received free. The app is available from the Apple Store or Google Playstore.

Pool Sessions

Pool sessions are scheduled ideally as the class schedule is, however, as we have our own pool, we can work around the student's schedules.  We will determine your pool session schedules during your lectures.

Advanced Open Water Program
Complete 5 lectures and two pool sessions and then required dives for at least 4 of the advanced specialties. SSI Navigation, SSI Deep Diver, SSI Perfect Buoyancy, SSI Night Diving. A minimum of 24 logged dives is required to attain the coveted SSI Advanced Open Water Diver Certification.

Free Diving Program
Complete 3 lectures and 3 pools with our Free Diving Instructor and you are off into the Pacific training to do your free dives safely up to 30 feet, 10 meters. 

 

Speed & Agility Training

Glenn Stewart
gstewart@cmc.edu
Monday/Wednesday: 4-5 p.m.

Course Description
PE017 teaches the beginning concepts of speed and agility training as a way to be faster and most explosively agile. Instruction includes practice in fundamental techniques, of running and mobility, dynamic agility, and power plyometrics. Students learn fundamental warm-up and cool-down techniques, running fundamentals, and basic philosophy of how to get faster and more dynamically agile.

Student Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the required course work, the student will be able to:

1) Complete a dynamic warmup
2) Achieve a higher level of physical fitness
    a. leg and arm strength
    b. cardiorespiratory fitness
3) Show improved running form

Student Success
To maintain a positive learning environment for all students, please adhere to the following classroom expectations:

* Follow the course syllabus. It is the responsibility of each student to understand class expectations and read the syllabus prior to each class session.
* Courteously and respectfully listen to other students' opinions and questions.
* Be prepared for each class session. Bring shorts/sweats, shirt/sweatshirt, shoes. (Athletic Gear)
* Participation

 

Stationary Bike

Lauren Uhr
Lauren.Uhr@cms.claremont.edu

Course Description
Depending on the type of stationary bike you have access to, the class will either ride together via an online platform and support each other virtually on the ride, or participant can record their individual workout on a fitness app platform and log their workout.  The class can be adjusted to riding outside as well.  The class will look to develop healthy and sustainable habits and will keep students accountable throughout the semester.  Class times and days will be arranged in a synchronous/asynchronous schedule.

Equipment needed
Peloton bike or similar. MTB or road bike can also be used.

 

SweatLogic (Variety of Classes Offered)

Vanessa Gomez
Vanessa.gomez@cmc.edu
Off-campus at 1721 W. 11th Street, Upland, CA 91786
909-851-7617

Necessary Items:
Bring your mat, water, and socks
Grading- Pass/Fail- Attendance Based|
Location- Easy 1 Miles Walk/Bike Ride to beautiful and clean state of the art fitness studio OR Join via zoom 

Courses Offered:

90°Meditation & Deep Stretch-StretchLogic
Class Description:

This calm and easy yoga class is designed to have you release any stress or tension from your day. Allow your body some time to recover and restore.
Class Goals:
Let yourself find a stronger mind body connection. Enjoy laying on your mat and let the sound heal your body, you'll be surprised how the sound vibrations soothe you

95°BARRE- ToneLogic™
Class Description:

This dynamic class utilizes ballet-inspired movements to get your heart rate up, small movements to target individual muscle groups for maximum results, and intense ab work to challenge core stability and strength. You'll various props, your own body weight, and, of course, the ballet barre.
Class Goals:
Get fit, Burn fat, Increase your endurance and flexibility, and have fun getting a sweat!

95°HOT HIIT PILATES- HIITLogic
Class Description:

Using the proven Tabata Protocol to burn fat during and AFTER class, the proven benefits of Pilates to strengthen your muscles to the max. 95°HIITlogic is a powerhouse class designed to kick your workout up a notch.
Class Goals:
Get fit, Burn fat, Increase your endurance and flexibility, and have fun sweating your way to a stronger body. 

95°Water Rowing- ROWLogic™
Class Description:

Rowing like you've never seen before. This dynamic class with give you a FULL BODY workout and have so much fun getting to your goals in class.
Class Goals:
Get fit, Burn fat, Increase your endurance and flexibility, and have fun getting a sweat!

90°TRX- Suspension Training
Class Description:

Originally created for military workouts, TRX is a proven tool to support strength training. Come check out the dynamic way of using your own body as resistance.
Class Goals:
Get fit, Burn fat, Increase your endurance and flexibility, and have fun getting a sweat!

90°Yoga Sculpt- SculptLogic
Class Description:

This intensive flow style class opens the body, This class is heated to 90° to provide a warm place for your body to open up and provide a safe space for stretching.
Class Goals:
Get fit, Burn fat, Increase your endurance and flexibility, and have fun getting a sweat!

95° ABS Intensive- CoreLogic
Class Description:
Looking to build perfect abs for YOUR body? CORElogic is 100% core and 100% sweat. Come burn it out as you build your core strength, improve your posture, and elevate your other workouts.
Class Goals:
Get fit, Burn fat, Increase your endurance and flexibility, and have fun getting a sweat! This class will teach you how to properly strengthen those deep ab muscles so that you can effectively tone them.

 

Swim Conditioning

Charles Griffiths
charles.griffiths@cms.claremont.edu

Course Description
The goal of the Arranged Swim Conditioning class is for you to improve your swimming skills and conditioning. In order to complete the class you will need access to a lap pool in your area. The course expectation is to complete 27 swimming sessions of 45 minutes each over the course of the semester, ideally swimming 2 to 3 times per week on your own schedule. Class goals will be individualized based on your aquatic background and fitness level.

 

Tennis Advanced

Dave Schwarz
David.Schwarz@cms.claremont.edu

This is a class for experienced players interested in singles and doubles match play and competitive games. 

This is not a class for drilling or technical instruction, but there will be some discussion of strategy. 

Participants should bring their own tennis racquet.

Participants should bring their own non-marking tennis shoes. 

Grading will be based on the attendance requirements of 80% or more of the classes.  

 

Walking for Wellness (M, W – 11 am-11:55)

Marina Muncan 
Marina.Muncan@cms.claremont.edu 

Course Description
Regular walking is a healthy habit that comes with a multitude of benefits. Walking can – reduce your risk of heart disease, improve your blood pressure, enhance your mental well-being, strengthen your bones, assist in lessening feelings of overwhelm and help to calm negative emotions, improve sleep.

Walking for Wellness is appropriate for students of all fitness levels and is a great way to maintain a moderately active lifestyle.  

Throughout this course, students participate in a weekly fitness program involving walking and flexibility.

Class Goals
Students will be introduced to walking as a simple fitness with the aim of improving overall health and wellness. We will slowly build fitness through easy consistent walking workouts. We will also learn how to properly warm-up before and cool down after engaging in any type of physical activity. 

Grading
In order to earn a passing grade, students must attend a minimum of 80% of classes. 

 

Weights (Advanced)

Ken Scalmanini
ken.scalmanini@cms.claremont.edu

Course Description
An individually paced workout program for your physical fitness

Requirements

  • 9 workout weeks with 3 workouts each week. Total of 27 workouts. Workouts need to be at least 30 minutes in duration but can be longer.
  • You need to send me an email every two weeks.  If there is no communication every two weeks, I will presume you have dropped the course. In your email I need days and times of each workout and a brief description on what you did that workout. (Honor Code)
  • Since having access to weights may be difficult, you simply need to stay active for 30 minutes. It’s preferred to use weights, but you may walk/jog in place, sit-ups, push-ups, jump on 1 leg, jump on 2 legs, lunges, squats, or any exercise where you are active will count. 
  • Please be safe and let me know if there are any questions/concerns. During these challenging times staying active is important and also very good for you.   

 

WTS/Fitness

Jodie Burton
jodie.burton@cmc.edu 

The objective of this class is to help/encourage you to be active.

WTS/Fitness is a physical education class that allows you to work out at a time/day most convenient for you.

3 workouts per week, 22 total workouts are required to pass the class 

You have the option of selecting a workout site that you like—many are available on campus but you can choose an offsite fitness center  Roberts will have a sign-in sheet on the first floor of Nakasone fitness center.

Additionally, you may choose any option for fitness….videos, hiking, surfing, etc…..your choice but you will be required to log your workouts with a description.

Enjoy the flexibility this class offers.

Email Jodie.burton@cmc.edu if you have any questions. 

 

Yoga - Vinyasa Flow/Gentle Yoga/Restorative and Meditation/Foam Rolling

Tracy Brennan
yogatracyb@gmail.com

Course Descriptions:

INTERMEDIATE FLOW

Classes build on the foundations learned in Beginning Flow. Classes will include Sun Salutations A, introduction to Sun Salutation B, variations on other Sun Salutations, and standing poses strung together to create a dance-like flow. Introduction to and exploration of Level 2 poses will be woven in throughout the class. These poses may include arm balances, backbends, forward bends, twists, and inversions. Expect to move with your breath mindfully throughout the class, as this is a faster-paced class. Not appropriate for those individuals with wrist or shoulder injuries. Experience with Vinyasa Flow (Beginning Flow as a prerequisite) is recommended.

MIXED LEVEL IYENGAR

A system of yoga was named after the yoga instructor, B.K.S Iyengar, who was practicing and teaching yoga until his death at age 95. This style emphasizes precision, sequence, and subtlety. Postures may be held for more extended periods of time, allowing an intensive investigation of the deeper layers of practice.

GENTLE YOGA/FOAM ROLLER

This is a moderate-paced vinyasa flow-style class with an emphasis on core work, including abdominal strengthening, hip opening, low back strengthening or stretching, and pelvic floor awareness. Preparation for inversions also includes strong core awareness and work. Expect a full spectrum class at a moderate pace. Will will also use foam rollers to help release tight muscles and release tension.

RESTORATIVE YOGA AND MEDITATION

Restorative Yoga is appropriate for all levels. Poses are supported with props such as blankets, blocks, chairs and held for a longer period of time (5-10 minutes) to encourage the body & mind to rest & restore. A perfect class for those looking to slow down, release stress, and gently open the body. Introduction to pranayama (breathwork) may be taught, as well as inversions such as legs up the wall.

YOGA CORE

This is a vinyasa flow-style class with an emphasis on core work, including abdominal strengthening, hip opening, low back strengthening or stretching, and pelvic floor awareness. Preparation for inversions also includes strong core awareness and work. Expect a full spectrum class at a moderate pace.

Grading
In order to pass this PE class, you need to be in ‘attendance’ for at least 80% of the classes. You can attend online classes 2x/week for the 12 week period. So, in order to pass, you will need to attend 19 of the classes and participate in class.

Community Expectations
Participate positively in the class. Have fun. Support other people in the class. Everything posted needs to be private, anything shared in our group should be supportive and positive.

Class Meetings
You will be able to participate online with zoom and practice in your own space while encouraging others to show up

PE: Yoga Class Goals
This class is intended to teach physical poses that build strength, awareness of breath and when practiced regularly can help improve mental and physical health.  At the end of the semester, each student will have worked through a variety of poses and breathing techniques planned out with the instructor weekly.  You will be able to create your own plan for health and wellness. 

 

Yoga Sculpt Heated

Devin Bradley
909-450-5517
MPower Yoga Studio
175 N. Indian Hill Blvd. in the Claremont Village

2 Sessions per week

Class Description: Yoga Sculpt integrates weight training and plyometrics with a Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class.  Fun upbeat music and a beautiful mirrored, heated studio in the Claremont Village add to the flowing fun time that works on lengthening, strengthening and cardio in one hour.  Bring a Yoga Mat, Water and a Towel for class.

Class Goals: Students will gain body awareness, improve core strength and overall muscle tone.  Through learning flowing yoga movements and free-weight conditioning students will experience the calming effects of Yoga and the strengthening effects of weight work.


Grading: Pass/No Pass Class based on attendance of a minimum of 80% or 16 of 20 classes throughout the semester.

 

Zumba/Zumba Step

Jodi Day
909-450-5517

Class Goals
Zumba is a fitness program that combines Latin and International music with dance moves. Routines incorporate interval training, alternating fast and slow rhythms, and, resistance training. Zumba will reduce health risks, keep excess pounds a bay, strengthen your heart, and boosts your mood. Every class feels like a party. I guarantee you will have a blast. I look forward to meeting you.

Zumba Step is a perfect for those who are looking to feel the burn, baby! Looking to strengthen and tone your legs and glutes? Step right up. How it works, I combine the awesome toning and strengthening power of Step aerobics, with the fun fitness-party that only Zumba brings to the dance-floor. Zumba Step increases cardio and calorie burning, while adding moves that define and sculpt your core and legs. Equipment: Step Risers. 

Grading
This course is a PASS or FAIL class. No letter grade will be issued. Students are allowed to take two classes per week, with attendance at 80% to pass.