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HSS300LA(健康・スポーツ科学 / Health/Sports science 300)
Liberal Arts Seminar I


Class code etc
Faculty/Graduate school ILAC Course
Attached documents
Year 2022
Class code Q6533
Previous Class code
Previous Class title
Term 春学期授業/Spring
Day/Period 月3/Mon.3
Class Type
Campus 市ヶ谷
Classroom name 各学部・研究科等の時間割等で確認
Grade 法文営国環キ2~4年
Credit(s) 2
Notes ※定員制
Open Program
Open Program (Notes)
Global Open Program
Interdepartmental class taking system for Academic Achievers
Interdepartmental class taking system for Academic Achievers (Notes)
Class taught by instructors with practical experience
Urban Design CP
Diversity CP
Learning for the Future CP
Carbon Neutral CP
Chiyoda Campus Consortium
Category (2018~) 2017年度以降入学者
300番台 総合科目
Category (2017)

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Outline (in English)

【Course outline】
In this lecture, students are expected to understand states of “condition” and learn the purposes, elements, evaluation methods of conditioning. Being in the good condition leads athletes to the better performance, resulting in the better competitive outcomes. This lecture guides student athletes to learn the basic conditioning program and competition preparation program and helps them acquire the ability to practice such programs.

【Learning Objectives】
Understand the many different types of conditioning.
To be able to explain the physical, environmental, and psychological factors that constitute conditioning.
To be able to explain the necessity of condition assessment and methods of assessment.
Understand training plans and conditioning, and be able to explain the theory and background of periodization, and formulate their own training plans.
Understand and be able to practice specific methods of conditioning to improve athletic performance.

【Learning activities outside of classroom】
The standard preparation and review time for this class is 2 hours each.
Resume for the lecture will be uploaded through the learning support system. Students are expected to prepare according to the resume.

【Grading Criteria/Policy】
The overall evaluation will be based on the following distribution.
 1) Assignments to be done in each class (reaction papers, short quizzes, reports, etc.): 60%.
 2) Final report: 20%.
 3) Participation in class activities (not attendance): 20%.
If you are absent or submit assignments after the due date, your evaluation will be affected.
If attendance is less than 3/4 of the class, the grade will be “D” or “E“.
This grading method is a general rule, and students who have difficulty with regular activities will be dealt with and evaluated on an individual basis.

Default language used in class

日本語 / Japanese