IUB SPH-R 230 - Recreational Sports Progamming (86 pages)

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Recreational Sports Progamming

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Indiana University, Bloomington
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Sph-R 230 - Recreational Sports Programming
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Recreational Sports Programming 08 26 2014 8 26 whose sports will you offer Broad spectrum Fitness wellness lifestyle o Older generation o Getting memberships o Rather be fit than skinny Women participation is increasing What will I do Hire train schedule sport staff Manage sport facilities BS 30 000 45 000 MS 45 000 75 000 Course assignments 800 pts o exams 100 pts each o in class 75 o hw tournament scheduling 80 8 28 Foundations Identify of Recreational Sports Leisure Spare time not work or personal care that brings a degree of relaxation o Quantitative Time span We can count the hours we spend Personal view Could be at work o Qualitative State of mind Personal growth rejuvenation of spirit Our own personal interpretation of what leisure is as opposed to someone else s Recreation A diversion from work retooling of energy for work or a positive socially acceptable leisure activity o Can fall under leisure but leisure is not always recreation Leisure isn t always and activity Play State of mind or emotions that are expected from sport participation o Incorporates challenge risk and chance o Innate children show simplest form Sport 2 teams in direct competition without need of judge Activity requires a neutral 3rd party judge Degrees of Participation Organizational design Rules regulations Skill performance Physical exertion Mental concentration Risk Rule modification o Co ed smaller courts handicaps Emphasis on winning o Fun winning o Learning performance o Participation by all participation by best o Recreational competitive The traditional triangle o Athletics intramural PE Leisure sport triangle o Professional athletic recreational educational Recreational sports spectrum o Club extramural intramural informal instructional Leisure sports model o Competitive activity Educational Sport Teaching sport skills strategies and knowledge to train students through academic courses Recreational Sport Programming sport activity for fitness fun 5 divisions o instructional o



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