Foundation Course in Physical Education – Part – II – Revised FYBMS Syllabus 2016

Modules at a Glance

Sr. No. Modules No. of Lectures
1 Development of Fitness 10
2 Health, Fitness and Diseases 15
3 Yoga Education 10
4 Daily Schedule of Achieving Quality of Life and Wellness 10
Total 45

Foundation Course in Physical Education – Part – II – Syllabus Overview

Sr. No. Modules / Units
1 Development of Fitness
  • Benefits of physical fitness and exercise and principles of physical fitness
  • Calculation of fitness index level 1-4
  • Waist-hip ratio Target Heart Rate, BMI and types and principles of exercise (FITT)
  • Methods of training – continues, Interval, circuit, Fartlek and Plyometric
2 Health, Fitness and Diseases
  • Definition of obesity and its management
  • Communicable diseases, their preventive and therapeutic aspects
  • Factors responsible for communicable diseases
  • Preventive and therapeutic aspect of Communicable and non- communicable diseases
3 Yoga Education
  • Meaning and history of yoga
  • Ashtang yoga and types of yoga
  • Types of Suryanamaskar and Technique of Pranayam
  • Benefits of Yoga
4 Daily Schedule of Achieving Quality of Life and Wellness
  • Daily schedule based upon one’s attitude, gender, age &occupation.
  • Basic – module: – Time split for rest, sleep, diet, activity & recreation.
  • Principles to achieve quality of life:- positive attitude, daily regular exercise, control over food habits & healthy hygienic practices.

Reference Books for Subject: Foundation Course in Physical Education – Part – II

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Foundation Course in Physical Education
  • LippianCott Williams and Wilkins 2006.
  • American College of Sports Medicine, ACSM’s, Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Priscription. (2013) Ninth Edition, LippianCott Williams and Wilkins.
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  • Muller, J. P.(2000). Health, Exercise and Fitness. Delhi : Sports.
  • Murgesh N. – Anatomy, Physiology and Health Education, Sathya, Chinnalapatti, 1990.
  • NASPE. (2005). Physical Education for lifelong fitness. The physical Best teacher’s guide. IL:Human Kinetics
  • Nieman, D.C.(1986). Fitness and Sports Medicine : Health Related Approach London: Mayfield Publishing Co.
  • Nimbalkar. Sadashiv, Yoga for Health and Peace.- 6th Ed., Yoga VidyaNiketan, Mumbai., 2004.
  • Pate R.R. &Hohn R.C. (1994). Health Fitness Through Physical Education. USA : Human Kinetics.
  • Pandey ,&Gangopadhyay.(1995). Health Education for school children. New Delhi : Friends Publication.
  • Safrit, M. (1990). Introduction to Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science. St. Louis,Toronto,Bastan : Times Mirror/Mosby College Publishing.
  • Sharma, O.P. (1998). History of Physical Education. Delhi: Khel SahityaKendra.Werner. W.K., Hoeger. (2007). Fitness and Wellness. (8th ed.). Wadsworth, Cengage Learning.

 

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