HKIN 116 Performance Analysis of Selected Individual Sports and Activities I




This course is designed to help students apply the basic principles of sport skill analysis applicable to various individual sports and activities. Students will demonstrate practical and theoretical knowledge of skills, techniques, and strategies, which contribute to effective performance in outdoor pursuits such as a rope course, kayaking, mountain biking and indoor climbing/bouldering. Additionally, students will be introduced to the theory of teaching outdoor pursuit activities for the grade school physical education students.


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