PE1550 - Self-Defense for Women – RAD
Physical Activity Skills Course. An introduction to basic self-defense skills, escape and avoidance strategies, offensive and defensive postures, defensive techniques, and simulated attacks. Includes an exploration of violence prevention and victim abuse community services. Addresses basic fitness principles, including strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness. Addresses fitness principles specifically in terms of the student’s ability to practice and perform self-defense skills. Provides a threat assessment simulation. Requires clothing and footwear appropriate for physical activity. Some sections are held over a weekend. Additional course fee required. Pass/No Pass. Falls and Springs.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.