Fitness Through Aerobics

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Benjamin Cummings, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 197 pages
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Fitness Through Aerobics uses unique tools and strategies to put vital health and fitness information directly into the hands of readers. Using the most up-to-date fitness and wellness information on aerobic dance exercise, the Fifth Edition reflects current trends in group fitness by adding information and photographs for resistance exercises using weights. It also includes a discussion of other group fitness activities, such as group cycling and stair stepping. A list of web sites and new worksheets (such as BMI) make it even easier to access and apply information. For college instructors and students.

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Contents

An Introduction Third Edition 2001
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The Physical Benefits of Aerobic Dance Exercise
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Summary
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Copyright

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Jan G. Bishop is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Education & Human Performance at Central Connecticut State University. She teaches courses in aerobics and fitness, motor development, and motor learning as well as supervising student teachers and certifying students in Physical Best. She is currently student advisor to the CT Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (CTAHPERD) and editor of the newsletter for the Eastern District Association of AAHPERD. She was recognized in the fall of 2006 by CTAHPERD with the Outstanding Service Award and has been selected to receive the EDA-AAHPERD Outstanding Professional Award in March 2007. She has co-authored a college wellness text titled Step Up to Wellness and presented at the state, district and national level on fitness topics. Her background includes co-running an aerobic dance certification program and being Gold Certified by IDEA. She received her M.S. in Physical Education and Dance at Indiana University and her Ed.D. in Physical Education at Arizona State University.

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