Activity and General Education Classes
Flow and Focus
The Department of Kinesiology at San Jose State University is proud to have the most comprehensive and robust activity program among California universities. We offer over 60 types and levels of classes on exercise, physical activities, martial arts, dance, aerobics, and sports to meet the needs of 10,000 SJSU students per academic year. The activity program teaches students, staff, and faculty fitness principles, health and wellness, longevity best practices, active lifestyles, and safety across the lifespan.
Physical Education Requirements
Graduation Requirement - Physical Education (PE)
It is important that all students admitted to SJSU, regardless of major, have an opportunity to expand their knowledge and skills in physical activities. To accommodate the needs and interests of SJSU students, the Department of Kinesiology offers a diverse selection of activity courses which have the following goals:- To provide a fundamental understanding of the influence physical activity has on physical and mental well-being;- To promote development of a repertoire of skills for constructive leisure activity and a physically active lifestyle important to maintaining health;- To provide an understanding of the guidelines for developing and maintaining physical fitness throughout the lifespan;- To provide exposure to a variety of lifetime fitness activities and sports; and- To enhance the student's liberal arts education and develop a well-rounded individual.All undergraduate students who matriculate at SJSU, except those majors that are exempt as listed under Major Exemptions, are required to complete two units of physical education from Kinesiology/Dance activity courses (University Policy S14-11).Two distinct activity courses or a single activity course of two or more units may be used to satisfy the PE requirement.One units of Intercollegiate Athletics may be used to satisfy the PE requirement.Veterans who have completed at least one year of active duty in the armed services (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines or Coast Guard) have satisfied the physical education requirement.Kinesiology activity courses at SJSU are not repeatable for credit.To challenge a course that meets the requirement, students must consult the Department of Kinesiology at least one semester prior to graduation.Physical Education Requirement Petition Form Link: https://www.sjsu.edu/ue/student-petitions/graduation-requirements.php#PE.
Descriptions of Activity Classes
KIN 001 - Adapted Physical ActivitiesStructured individualized physical activities to enhance physical/motor fitness and develop an active, health-oriented lifestyle for students unable to participate in the general activity program.
KIN 002A - Beginning SwimmingThis course is designed for the non-swimmer and beginning swimmer. It is assumed that all students enrolled in the class have had little or no experience in learning the basic skills of swimming. The course is designed to instruct the student in the basic skills necessary to enable him/her to swim safely in deep water. There are no prerequisites for the course.
KIN 002B - Intermediate SwimmingThis course is designed to meet the needs of students who have completed satisfactorily the skills involved in beginning swimming.
KIN 002C - Advanced SwimmingThis course is designed to refine and extend the development of advanced skills in swimming.
KIN 005 - Lifeguard TrainingThis course is designed to teach the basic concepts involved in "nonsurf" lifeguard training in accordance with the American Red Cross and the criterion set forth by that organization.
KIN 008 - Skin and SCUBA DivingBoth skin and SCUBA diving skills for enjoyment and to understand dangers connected with the sport. NAUI certificate awarded upon completion of requirements.Prerequisites - KIN 2C or equivalent. Misc/lab - Lecture 1 hour/activity 3 hours. Units - 2
KIN 009A - Beginning SailingBasic skills and safety knowledge in small boats for those with little or no sailing experience.Prerequisite: Student must be able to swim 100 yards without stopping, tread water for 5 minutes, and exit from an overturned dinghy. Students will be tested for this in the SPX pool.
KIN 010A - Beginning KayakingBeginning skills and knowledge for those with little or no experience of flat water kayaking. The emphasis will be on safe operation at all times.Prerequisite: Students must be able to swim 100 yards without stopping, tread water for 5 minutes, and exit from an overturned kayak. Students will be tested for this in the SPX pool.
KIN 11 - Beginning RowingBasic skills and knowledge for those with little/no experience of rowing. Initial classes will be on indoor rowing machines, then eight -oared boats will be used. Students will learn both how to row and how to cox; improvement of strength/fitness is central.Prerequisite: Swim 100 yards without stopping; thread water for 5 minutes; don lifejacket in the water. Tested in pool.
KIN 013 - Beginning RugbyThis course is designed to familiarize the student with the rules, skills, and basic concepts of modern Rugby Union Football. The class will equip the student to be an informed Rugby spectator and/or participant.
KIN 014A - Beginning VolleyballThis course provides the student with the opportunity to learn and develop the basic rules and skills of volleyball, the 6-6 offense, and the defense against the 6-6 offense.
KIN 014B - Intermediate VolleyballThis course provides the intermediate student with the opportunity to refine and perfect the basic volleyball skills and to master individual positions when using the 6-2 offense and the defense against the offense.
KIN 014C - Advanced VolleyballThis course is designed to teach advanced skills, principles, and techniques necessary and fundamental to understanding and playing volleyball.
KIN 015A - Beginning BasketballThis course is designed to assist students in the development of fundamental skills necessary for effective involvement in playing the game of basketball.
KIN 015B - Intermediate BasketballThis course provides the intermediate student with the opportunity to refine and perfect the basic basketball skills.
KIN 18A - Beginning HandballThis course is focused on the development of fundamental handball skills, basic tactics, simple strategies, etiquette and sportsmanship, rules, and their application in beginning games.
KIN 019A - Beginning SoccerThis course is designed to introduce students to the game of soccer, and to provide students with the fundamental ability and knowledge needed to enjoy this game as players and as spectators.
KIN 020A - Beginning BadmintonThis course is focused on the development of fundamental badminton skills, basic tactics, simple strategies, etiquette, rules, and their application in single and double games.
KIN 020B - Intermediate BadmintonThis course is focused on improving the quality of fundamental badminton skills, learning intermediate badminton skills and their application, developing intermediate badminton tactics and strategies, good sportsmanship, and playing more effective single and double games in elimination, round robin, and team competitions.
KIN 020C - Advanced BadmintonThis course is focused on improving the quality of fundamental and intermediate badminton skills, learning advanced skills and their application, developing advanced badminton tactics and strategies, good sportsmanship, and playing high level games.
KIN 021A - Beginning TennisThis course is designed to give students a basic understanding of the game of tennis. Students will be given a chance to learn through lecture, demonstration, drilling, and match play.
KIN 021B - Intermediate TennisThis course is focused on improving the quality of fundamental tennis skills, learning intermediate tennis skills and drills and application, developing intermediate tennis tactics and strategies, establishing proper manners, and playing more effective single and double games in elimination, round robin, and team competitions.
KIN 021C - Advanced TennisThis course is focused on improving the quality (power, speed, control, and placement) of basic and intermediate tennis skills, learning advanced skills and their application, developing advanced tennis tactics and strategies, good sportsmanship, and playing high level games.
KIN 022A - Beginning RacquetballThis course is focused on the development of fundamental racquetball skills, basic tactics, simple strategies, etiquette, rules, and their application in single and double games.
KIN 022B - Intermediate RacquetballThis course is focused on improving the quality of fundamental racquetball skills, learning intermediate racquetball skills/drills and application, developing intermediate racquetball tactics and strategies, good sportsmanship, and playing more effective single and double games in different formats.
KIN 023A - Beginning ArcheryThis course is designed to introduce the student to the basic skills and concepts, provides the opportunity to learn, practice, and analyze correct shooting form and to participate in a variety of archery tournaments.
KIN 023B - Intermediate ArcheryThis course builds upon beginning level skills and knowledge and provides the opportunity to shoot a variety of different archery rounds.
KIN 024A - Beginning BowlingThis course is designed to give students a better understanding of the sport of bowling and develop fundamental bowling skills.
KIN 024B - Intermediate BowlingThis course is designed to meet the needs of students who have satisfactorily completed the skills in beginning bowling. The course will add more advanced theory and techniques.
KIN 024C - Advanced BowlingDesigned for students who are skilled bowlers. A brief review of bowling fundamentals and principles will be followed by in depth lectures on application of principles. Drills will be used to improve skills.
KIN 025A - Beginning GolfThis course is designed for those who have never played golf before or who have played very little and have had no basic formal instruction. This course will provide the student with a sound set of fundamentals to prepare for further instruction, if desired.
KIN 025B - Intermediate GolfThis course is designed for those who have played some golf but have had little or no formal instruction. The student should finish the class knowing enough golf fundamentals, terminology, and rules to play the game and/or proceed on with private, advanced instruction.
KIN 025C - Advanced GolfThis course is designed for people who might score from the high seventies to the high eighties on a regular basis.
KIN 027A - Beginning Table TennisThis course is focused on the development of fundamental table tennis skills, basic tactics, simple strategies, etiquette, rules, and their application of in single and double games.
KIN 027B - Intermediate Table TennisThis course is focused on improving the quality of fundamental table tennis skills, learning intermediate table tennis skills and drills and their application, developing intermediate tactics and strategies, good sportsmanship, and playing more effective single and double games in elimination, round robin, and team competitions.
KIN 028A - Beginning GymnasticsThis course is designed to develop the students awareness and performance of basic skills in gymnastics.
KIN 029 - Cardio KickboxingCardio Kickboxing is a non-contact aerobic conditioning activity combining punches, kicks, traditional aerobic skills, and fitness activities. The course is designed to enhance cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, and muscular endurance.
KIN 030 - PilatesPilates employs an established exercise protocol designed to develop core strength, flexibility, posture, and range of motion. The course covers the fundamentals of a Pilates workout with an emphasis on breathing, alignment, neutral spine, and core stability.
KIN 031 - Body SculptingBody sculpting employs exercise augmented with moderate weights to enhance fitness. The course is designed to improve muscle tone and endurance, flexibility, balance, and core stability.
KIN 032 - AerobicsAerobics incorporates exercise and music, using large, continuous, rhythmic movements to elevate the heart rate and produce a training effect. The course is designed to improve muscle tone and enhance cardiorespiratory endurance.
KIN 033 - Advanced Aerobic ActivitiesAerobic activities incorporating high intensity interval training, circuit training, cardio kickboxing, power step, and resistance training. This course is designed to enhance cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength and muscular endurance.Prerequisite: KIN 032 or KIN 034 or instructor consent.
KIN 034 - Step TrainingStep training is a low-impact aerobic conditioning activity designed to enhance cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength, and muscular endurance.
KIN 035A - Beginning Weight TrainingThis course is designed to teach the basic concepts of weight training for muscular strength and endurance. Its goal is to provide students with knowledge about the principles involved in weight training and the health-related components of fitness through a variety of exercises.
KIN 035B - Intermediate Weight TrainingThis course is designed for individuals with prior training experience and involves higher level exercises. Students will be exposed to a wide variety of machine as well as free weight exercises and will then design a program based on individual needs.
KIN 037 - Fitness WalkingFitness walking is a low-impact conditioning activity designed to develop cardiovascular fitness.
KIN 038 - Beginning JoggingJogging is a moderate-impact activity designed to improve cardiovascular fitness.
KIN 040A - Topics in Modern Dance ISee DANC 040A (below).
KIN 041A - Topics in Ballet ISee DANC 041A (below).
KIN 042A - Topics in Jazz Dance ISee DANC 042A (below).
KIN 044 - Line/Country Western DanceBasic skills, techniques, and rhythmic progressions of current line and country western dancing.
KIN 045A - Beginning Lindy Hop and Night Club SwingThis course is focused on the development of fundamental Swing dance skills and knowledge. Steps, technique, and styling will be drawn from Lindy Hop, Jitterbug, Street Swing, Jive and Triple-Time Swing dances.
KIN 046A - Beginning Social DanceThis course is focused on the development of fundamental social dance skills and knowledge. Dances will be selected from the American Smooth (e.g. Waltz, Tango), American Rhythm (e.g. Rumba, Cha Cha) and night club (e.g. Hustle, West Coast Swing) dance categories.
KIN 046B - Intermediate Social DanceThis course is focused on the development of intermediate level social dance skills and knowledge. Dances will be selected from the American Smooth (e.g. Waltz, Tango), American Rhythm (e.g. Rumba, Cha Cha) and night club (e.g. Hustle, West Coast Swing) dance categories.
KIN 047A - Beginning West Coast SwingDesigned to improve students' understanding of West Coast Swing dancing and to improve fundamental dance skills common to the dance
KIN 048A - Beginning Latin DanceThis course is focused on the development of fundamental Latin dance skills and knowledge. Dances will be selected from the International Latin, American Rhythm (e.g. Rumba, Cha Cha) and night club (e.g. Salsa) dance categories.
KIN 048B - Intermediate Latin DanceThis course is focused on the development of intermediate level latin dance skills and knowledge. Dances will be selected from the International Latin, American Rhythm (e.g. Rumba, Cha Cha) and night club (e.g. Salsa) dance categories.Prerequisite: KIN 046A or KIN 048B, or equivalent dance experience.
KIN 049A - Topics in Tap Dance ISee Dance 049A (below).
KIN 049B - Topics in Tap Dance IISee Dance 049B (below).
KIN 050 - Tai Chi (Non-Combative)Emphasis on knowledge and skill, development of the standard Simplified Tai Chi Form and applications of Tai Chi for life. It is assumed that students enrolled in the class have had little or no experience in Tai Chi.
KIN 051A - Beginning AikidoThis course is focused on the philosophy, history, and basic skills related to the Japanese-derived martial art of Aikido.
KIN 051B - Intermediate AikidoThis course is focused on the development of intermediate level skills and knowledge related to the Japanese-derived martial art of Aikido. It builds upon the basic movement patterns and falling skills introduced in the beginning class.
KIN 052A - Beginning JudoThis course is focused on development the fundamental skills and knowledge related to Judo. Included are basic groundwork and throwing techniques.
KIN 052B - Intermediate JudoThis course is focused on development of intermediate level ground and throwing skills and learning in-depth strategies, philosophy, and culture related to Judo. It builds upon the basic ukemi, newaza, and tachiwaza techniques learned in the beginning class.
KIN 052C - Competitive JudoPrepares students to use Judo techniques in competitive tournaments. The course will offer intermediate and advanced skills (standing, mat and falling techniques) and strategies to improve competitiveness.Prerequisite: KIN 052A or KIN 052B, and/or instructor consent.
KIN 053A - Beginning KarateThis course is focused on development of fundamental skills and knowledge related to Karate. Included are basic kicking, punching, and blocking techniques.
KIN 053B - Intermediate KarateThis course is focused on development of intermediate level skills and knowledge related to Karate. It builds upon the fundamental skills and techniques developed in the beginning class.
KIN 054A - Beginning TaekwondoThis course is focused on development of fundamental skills and knowledge related to Tae Kwon Do. Included are basic patterns (poomse), kicking and one-step defenses.
KIN 054B - Intermediate TaekwondoThis course is focused on development of intermediate level skills and knowledge related to Tae Kwon Do. It builds upon the fundamental skills and techniques developed in the beginning Tae Kwon Do class.
KIN 055A - Beginning Self-DefenseThis course is focused on development of fundamental skills and knowledge related to self defense. Included are mental and physical self-defense skills and techniques applicable under a variety of conditions
KIN 061A - Beginning Hatha YogaIn this course the student will learn the correct movements, postures and sequence used in traditional Hatha Yoga.
KIN 061B - Intermediate Hatha YogaFurther exploration of the theories and practices of Hatha Yoga encompassing the second level series of traditional intermediate Hatha Yoga postures, breathing exercises, and relaxation techniques.
KIN 062A - Beginning Ice SkatingA beginning ice skating course that covers the skills identified by the International Ice Skating Association (IISA).
KIN 063A - Beginning Hiking and BackpackingAn introductory course designed to impact skills such as topographical map reading, navigation and hiking. The emphases will be on logistics and operations of adventure excursions and fitness in various wilderness environments.
KIN 063B - Intermediate Hiking and BackpackingIntermediate course designed for the student with previous hiking or outdoor adventure experience. Students are responsible for planning, packing and leading at intervals, the entire group on a 3-day overnight hiking and backpacking excursion. Students will learn topographical map, compass reading, fundamental hiking and trip planning.
KIN 064A - Beginning MountaineeringFundamental mountain climbing techniques for a beginning level climber which includes face climbing, chimney climbing, traversing and rappelling.
KIN 065 - Beginning Ice HockeyBasic skills, techniques, strategies and rules of ice hockey. No previous skating is required but the ability to skate is highly recommended.
KIN 106 - Advanced SCUBA and Aquatic TechnologyUnderwater navigation, light salvage, searches, biological sampling, communications, weightless simulations, construction problem solving and lighting.Prerequisite: NAUI SCUBA certification (or equivalent).
DANC 040A - Topics in Modern Dance ITraining experience in the field of beginning modern dance with varied topics. Can be repeated when topic changes.
DANC 041A - Topics in Ballet ITraining experience in the field of beginning ballet dance with varied topics. Can be repeated when topic changes.
DANC 042A - Topics in Jazz Dance ITraining experience in the field of beginning Jazz dance with varied topics. Can be repeated when topic changes.
KIN 049A - Topics in Tap Dance ITraining and experience in the field of beginning tap dance with varied topics. Can be repeated when topic changes.
KIN 049B - Topics in Tap Dance IITraining and experience in the field of intermediate tap dance with varied topics. Can be repeated for up to 2 units of credit when topic changes.
DANC 149C - Tap Dance IIITechnique and performance of advanced tap for the advanced tap dancer. One unit may be used one time towards the two unit Physical Education graduation requirement.
DANC 154A - Topics in Dance Technique IIIIntermediate/advanced dance with varied topics.Prerequisite: Audition or Instructor Approval
DANC 154B - Topics in Dance Technique IVAdvanced Dance with varied topics.Prerequisite: Audition or Instructor Approval
Student Policies and Procedures for Physical Activity Classes
The faculty of the Department of Kinesiology (KIN) hope that you will find your experience in Kinesiology classes valuable in developing and maintaining a repertoire of fitness and leisure time skills, in helping you grow as a totally educated person, and in understanding the guidelines for physical fitness throughout your life span. Moreover, it is hoped that your experiences will be enjoyable.
Requirements and Credit
Every student must complete two different physical education activity courses to meet the university graduation requirement. No course may be repeated for credit. However, a course may be repeated for no credit with the instructor's permission. Repeated courses can not be accessed through online registration and you must have an add permit code to enroll in the repeated course. Activity classes taken in addition to the two unit requirement are accepted as electives.
Health and Accident Considerations
The necessary physiological condition and fitness, and health insurance needs for each class, are the responsibility of the student. All students are expected to abide by the established safety regulations and to immediately report, to the instructor, the occurrence of any accidents. Students with severe physical restrictions may obtain appropriate information relative to meeting the physical education graduation requirement from the Kinesiology office. While rigorous physical exercise has many benefits, it also presents potential hazards for certain groups of individuals. These include PERSONS OF ANY AGE who:1. are sedentary;2. have known heart or blood vessel disease, including high blood pressure;3. have high risk of heart disease (major risk factors include smoking, diabetes mellitus, high cholesterol, heredity, and high blood pressure).In addition, risk is greater for persons in the above categories who are 40 years of age or older. It is recommended that individuals in the above categories have a complete medical examination, including an exercise electrocardiogram (stress EKG), prior to participation in classes involving vigorous activity. Individuals who choose not to have a medical examination should be aware of the potential risks and hazards of vigorous physical activity to themselves. Participation in KIN classes is at your own risk. Since SJSU does not insure students, students are encouraged to obtain their own accident and medical emergency insurance.
Electing Classes and Ability Levels
All classes are open to matriculated students who enroll for credit and more than one class may be taken during a semester. After regular students have enrolled, open university and auditors may enroll on a space available basis, with the instructor's permission. Students should enroll in sections commensurate with their health and ability level. A beginning class, or equivalent, is prerequisite to an intermediate level class; an intermediate class or equivalent, is prerequisite to an advanced class. Instructors may screen for ability level and request inappropriately enrolled students to drop.
Physical education classes require the same commitment as any other class. University procedures for adding and dropping will be followed.
Off-Campus or Out-of-Doors Activity Classes
The first class meeting of off-campus or out-of-doors classes will be held in the Spartan Complex buildings. First class meeting locations are posted outside the Kinesiology Department Office. At the first class meeting, directions will be given as to where to meet thereafter. Outdoor classes are expected to meet even during stormy weather. Alternate class meeting locations will be identified in the instructor's course green sheet. Additional notices will be posted on the doors of the men's and women's locker rooms.
Dress and Equipment
Students are expected to wear clothing and footwear appropriate to the rigors and safety of the activities in which they engage. Class instructors will designate basic requirements. Many students provide their own equipment such as rackets. Where department equipment is issued, the student is held responsible for non-accidental breakage or loss.
Locker Room Office HoursMonday-Friday 7:15am-3:45pmNo locker room access after hours
Towel Service & Locker Rental InstructionsThe men's and women's locker rooms are located inside of the Spartan Complex Building (SPX) off the main hallway. Individual locker rentals and towel service is available for semester rental. If you are interested in purchasing a locker and towel service, please follow the instructions noted below. Access to the swimming pool is through the men's and women's locker rooms.1. Pay $10 Locker and Towel Fee Online: https://commerce.cashnet.com/kinsjsu2. Show receipt to Locker Room Attendant, Curt Sennewald, in SPX 128 (Electronic receipt is acceptable)3. Get Locker Assignment4. You must clear out all contents of your locker by Tuesday, May 19th.5. All locks will be cut and items removed by Friday, May 22nd.
Locker Room Policies1. The locker room staff is here to assist you, but in order to do so, we need your cooperation so that things run smoothly.2. Lockers will be issued on a first come, first serve basis. If you have special needs, tell us before you are issued a locker. NO REFUNDS ARE OFFERED IF YOU DROP A CLASS OR CHANGE YOUR MIND.3. Locks are not provided for locker renters, you must supply your own padlock.Sharing of lockers is prohibited.4. Locker Damage: If you find any damage, or stickers attached, to the outside of your locker, report it to the locker room staff immediately.5. Locker Clearance Date: Tuesday, May 19th.6. Towel Exchange: One towel will be issued if requested. Locker users may return their towel to the equipment window to be exchanged. Make sure that the staff member sees you put your towel in the laundry bin. Do not use the towel as a cleaning cloth or rag.7. Lost/Stolen Items: The Kinesiology department and the locker room staff are not responsible for lost or stolen items. Make sure your locker is properly locked when you leave your locker.8. Smoking/Eating: Smoking is strictly prohibited on campus. In order to avoid pest infestation, please do not bring food into the locker room.
Active participation is essential to ensure maximum benefit for all members of the class. Lack of participation means fewer opportunities to practice that may result in a lower grade. If a chronic illness develops or an accident occurs which requires extended absence, the student should report to the student Health Services for a medical statement and withdraw from the class. There are no excused absences, except for the official excuse from the office of the Dean of Students (usually for off-campus events). In the latter case, the student is responsible for making arrangements (in advance) with the instructor of the class. Students can expect to be evaluated on all material presented during the class. Written tests, skill tests, and class assignments appropriate to the basic grading system of the University (A,B,C,D,F and Credit/No Credit). An incomplete may be assigned according to the policy published in the University bulletin.
Please remember that this is a classroom, and respect the facility and treat it as though it were any professional health club. Thank you for your compliance with the following Kinesiology Department gymnasium rules.1. Wear proper workout apparel and sport shoes for class.2. Students are encouraged to place their personal belongings in lockers in the locker room.3. No dark soled athletic shoes that make marks on the floor are permitted.4. No food or drink, other than water, in the gym. Absolutely NO glass containers are allowed.5. No chewing gum in the gym.6. Be respectful of others and turn your cell phone off before entering the gym.7. No tape of any kind on the floors or walls.8. Help the instructor put all equipment away after class.9. No skateboards, bikes, rollers, or wheels in the gym.10. No horse play in the gym.11. Take your trash out (newspapers, empty bottles, and other waste).12. Follow the specific rules in your class.
Mat Room Rules
1. Proper workout apparel is required.
2. No shoes are allowed on the mat. Students should put their shoes on the shelf in the room or leave outside.
3. Students are encouraged to place their personal belongings in lockers in the locker room.
4. Food and drink, other than water, is not permitted in the gym. Absolutely NO glass containers are allowed.
5. Chewing gum is not permitted.
6. Be respectful of others and turn cell phones off before entering the room.
7. All equipment must be put away after class.
8. No horse play in the gym.No skateboards, bikes, rollers, or wheels in the gym
9. Take your trash with you when you leave!
10. DO NOT LEAVE USED WRAPPING TAPES IN THE ROOM!!!
Policies for Weight Room use
1. Please do not leave sweatshirts/personal belongings on the floor. Locker rooms are available downstairs.
2. Jeans, open-toed shoes, tank-top, sleeveless t-shirts, and hats are not permitted in the weight room.
3. Proper workout apparel is required; shirts, workout pants/shorts, and athletic shoes must be worn at all times.
4. Please re-rack all dumbbells and free weights in their proper positions.
5. Please do not bang or drop weights.
6. Free weights cannot be left on the weight room floor unattended.
7. Food and drink, other than water, is not permitted in the weight room. Absolutely NO glass containers are allowed.
8. Please treat fellow workout participants and equipment with respect.
9. Be respectful of others and turn cell phones off.
10. Use your towel and wipe down each piece of equipment as you finish using it.
11. All equipment must be put away after class, stereo locked up, doors shut/locked, and lights and fans turned off.
12. Take your trash with you when you leave!
Policies for Pool use
1. Only swim suits allowed. For safety reasons, you may not wear shorts or t-shirts in the pool.
2. No food or drink permitted in the pool area except water. Absolutely NO glass containers are allowed.
3. No diving in pool.
4. No diving or jumping off the guard stand or balcony.
5. No running on pool deck.
6. No horseplay in the pool and on the deck.All equipment must be put away after class.
7. Take your trash with you when you leave!
8. Students with an open wound should report to the instructor at the beginning of the class.
9. All students must take a shower before entering the pool.