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Classes Offered at HRHS:
 
Freshman Health & Physical Education 
Health Emphasizes the importance of understanding:
  • Physical, mental, social, and emotional elements of the body
  • The responsibility of each person in maintaining and promoting good health and safety individually and as a group
  • The development of desirable relationships with others.

Physical Education Emphasizes the importance of:

  • Cardiovascular Endurance
  • Muscular Endurance
  • Muscular Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Body Composition
  • Skill Development

**Requirement for Graduation in North Carolina**

 
Athletic Based Training 
**Our program is derived on giving each individual a chance to become the best athlete they can be.  Not a “lifter”, but an athlete.
 
Athlete versus “Strength” Athlete

Components:

  • Complex Movements
  • Multiple Joint Actions
  • Functional Strength
  • Free Weight Dominant Approach
 
Advance Physical Education
The Course Stresses:
  • Physical Fitness
  • Body Shaping
  • Flexibility
  • Muscular Development
The Course Emphasizes:
  • Rules and techniques of various sport

**9th Grade Health & PE is a prerequisite**

 
 Men’s Weight Training
This Course Emphasizes:
  • A progressive weight training program for males
  • Improvement in speed and agility
  • Body Shaping
Male-Based class

**9th Grade Health & PE is a prerequisite**

 
 Modern Fitness 
This Course Promotes and Encourages:
  • High levels of health and wellness in the students.
This Course Emphasizes:
  • Increased levels of fitness through the 5 components of fitness
  • Skills and knowledge of life-long fitness activities and goals
Female-Based class
**9th Grade Health & PE is a prerequisite**
 
 
Athletic Development
This Course Stresses:
  • Physical Fitness
  • Body Shaping
  • Flexibility
  • Muscular Development for athletic performance
Male-Based class
  • Seeking an advanced level of athletic based training

**9th Grade Health & PE is a prerequisite**

 Women’s Weight Training
This Course Emphasizes:
  • A progressive weight training program for females
  • Improvement in speed and agility
  • Body Shaping
Female-Based class

**9th Grade Health & PE is a prerequisite**

 
Sports Medicine I & II
This Course Emphasizes:
  • Organizational and administrative considerations
  • Legal responsibilities
  • Prevention of athletic injuries
  • Recognition of lower extremity injuries
  • Recognition of upper extremity injuries
  • Environmental concerns
  • General medical
  • Pharmacology
  • Rehabilitation and management skills
  • General fitness
  • Nutrition
  • Sports psychology
  • Human anatomy and physiology
  • Therapeutic modalities and therapeutic exercise
  • Athletics and special populations



 
 
 
 
 
 
 

                  

Last Modified on October 3, 2016
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