Attaining necessary theoretical knowledge on and practical skills from the field of aerobics, especially for its application in educational process (PE) and in physical recreation, kinesytherapy and sports.
2.2.Course enrolment requirements and entry competences required for the course
No enrolment requirements.
2.3.Learning outcomes at the level of the programme to which the course contributes
The course provides the students with basic aerobics routine skills which should facilitate work and completion of the courses of the elective module - Fitness.
2.4.Learning outcomes expected at the level of the course (4 to 10 learning outcomes)
The students will adopt knowledge of:
- classical and step-aerobics routine steps techinque;
- the application of aerobics routines in education,
- the application of aerobics routines in sport,
- the application of aerobics routines in physical recreation,
- the application of aerobics routines in kinesytherapy.,
2.5.Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus)
1.History of aerobics (1TL)
2.Kinesiological analysis of aerobics routine (2TL)
3.Music and choreography in aerobics routine (2TL)
4.Sports aerobics rules (1TL)
Theoretical-practical lectures and exercises (each topic is covered by 2TPL and 2E)
1.Basics steps of HI-LO impact aerobics routine and LO impact aerobics routine
2.Basics steps of step-aerobics routine
3.Types of aerobics programmes
4.Strength and flexibility exercises in aerobics routines
5.Application of aids in aerobics routines
- 1.Alter, M. J. (1990). Science of stretching. Champaign, Ilinois: Human Kinetics Books.
- 2.Furjan-Mandić, G. (2009.) Vježbe snage u aerobici. CD priručnik. Zagreb: Medaktor. ISBN 978-953-55801-0-2
- 3.Zbornik radova, 6. zagrebački sajam sporta - Suvremena aerobika (1997). Metikoš, D., Prot, F., Furjan-Mandić, G., Kristić, K. (ur.) Zagreb: Fakultet za fizičku kulturu.
- Bergoč, Š., Zagorc, M. (2000). Metode poučevanja v aerobiki. Ljubljana: Fakulteta za šport.