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    211722 - Racquetball, Intermediate

    An intermediate course that reviews the basic shots (forehand, backhand, ceiling, lob serve, and drive serve) and develops more advanced shots (pinch shots, kill shots, splat shot and z serve). Skill and strategy will be developed through drills and competitive play. Racquets, balls, and safety goggles are supplied to all class participants at the pro shop for no additional charge. Participants must wear non-marking court shoes.

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    211722-A101/20/16- 04/27/16W 3:00P- 4:00PFitRec$23517 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    211833 - Squash, Beginning

    An introduction to the basic strokes, rules of the game, and its scoring systems. Players will learn the service and serve-return positioning, along with developing the rudimentary skills necessary to sustain a rally. Racquets, balls and eyeguards provided. Participants are encouraged to wear non-marking sneakers with adequate heel stability (to prevent ankle injury.)

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    211833-0101/27/16- 04/06/16W 7:00P- 8:00PFitRec$13017 years +Item DetailsWaitlistAdd to Cart
    211833-A101/19/16- 04/28/16Tu, Th 2:00P- 3:00PFitRec$29017 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    212055 - Squash, Intermediate

    An integration of the basic strokes with more advanced boast and drop-shot drill sequences. We will examine the spin imparted to the ball in several different shot scenarios and how to harness it for greater effect. Conditioned games will be employed to isolate areas of weakness and players will score and referee each other in rotation-games to better understand the issues surrounding interference adjudication (lets and strokes.)

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    212055-0101/27/16- 04/06/16W 6:00P- 7:00PFitRec$13017 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    212166 - Tennis, Beginning

    Introduction to the rules and fundamental practices of the game. This course covers instruction in basic strokes, techniques, rules, and playing in game situations. Participants must provide their own tennis rackets.

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    212166-0103/19/16- 04/23/16Sa10:00A- 11:00ATrack & Tennis Ctr.$11017 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart
    212166-0203/19/16- 04/23/16Sa11:00A- 12:00PTrack & Tennis Ctr.$11017 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart
    212166-A101/25/16- 04/25/16See DetailsSee DetailsSee Details$14517 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart
    212166-C101/25/16- 04/25/16See DetailsSee DetailsSee Details$14517 years +Item DetailsWaitlistAdd to Cart

    212277 - Tennis, Intermediate

    This course focuses on improving the execution of the forehand, backhand, serve, and volley, as well as developing other game-enhancing shots such as the lob, overhead, and drop shot. Singles and doubles strategies are also covered for improved competitive play.

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    212277-0103/19/16- 04/23/16Sa12:00P- 1:00PTrack & Tennis Ctr.$11017 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart
    212277-0203/19/16- 04/23/16Sa 1:00P- 2:00PTrack & Tennis Ctr.$11017 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    212388 - Tennis, Advanced

    This course takes the game to a higher level by mastering acquired skills and strokes. The course also provides increased emphasis on game strategy and endurance.

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    212388-0103/19/16- 04/23/16Sa 9:00A- 10:00ATrack & Tennis Ctr.$11017 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    214110 - Soccer Fundamentals

    This class includes the introduction and execution of the technical components of soccer. These skills will be combined with game play and tactical instruction.

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    214110-A101/19/16- 04/28/16Tu, Th12:00P- 1:00PFitRec$20517 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    214180 - Golf, Beginning

    Instruction regarding grip, posture, alignment and swinging applied to irons and woods. Classes are conducted indoors and equipment is provided.

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    214180-D101/21/16- 04/28/16Th10:00A- 11:00ATrack & Tennis Ctr.$18517 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart
    214180-E101/21/16- 04/28/16Th11:00A- 12:00PTrack & Tennis Ctr.$18017 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart
    214180-F101/21/16- 04/28/16Th12:00P- 1:00PTrack & Tennis Ctr.$18517 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    214310 - Marathon Training 2

    This course will provide information focused on a structured training plan for individuals wanting to complete a marathon by the end of the semster, with the possibility of gaining official entry into the Boston Marathon. (There is no guarantee of entry into the Boston Marathon). Content will cover a review of athlete nutrition, injury prevention strategies and the creation of a training program. In addition, topics such as appropriate progression of training, incorporating speed and tempo sessions into a running program, as well as psychological aspects of distance running will be discussed. The creation of fundraising strategies to help students involved with charity running teams will also be covered. The course will meet twice a week for an hour and half. Students must have prior marathon experience and/or consistently run 15-20 miles per week.

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    214310-A101/19/16- 04/28/16Tu, Th 8:00A- 9:30AFitRec$30017 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    214340 - Table Tennis

    Instruction in basic offensive and defensive strokes in both singles and doubles play

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    214340-B101/19/16- 04/28/16Tu, Th11:00A- 12:00PFitRec$20517 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    214405 - Gymnastics, Beginning

    Students concentrate on learning general body understanding and specific skills in tumbling and on apparatus.

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    214405-A101/20/16- 04/27/16See DetailsSee DetailsSee Details$20017 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    214410 - Gymnastics, Intermediate

    Prereq: PDP GS 108 or consent of the instructor. Intermediate-level students work to improve existing skills and achieve specific goals on floor and other apparatus.

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    214410-A101/20/16- 04/27/16See DetailsSee DetailsSee Details$30017 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    214450 - Epee Fencing

    Introductory course to epee fencing--the dueling sword! Includes footwork, blade technique, and tactics. No prior fencing experience is required. Equipment is provided.

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    214450-A101/19/16- 04/28/16Tu, Th 9:00A- 10:00AFitRec$20517 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    214455 - Saber Fencing

    Beginning-level course on the fundamentals of modern competitive saber fencing with an emphasis on proper technique development and tactical applications. Of particular interest to theater majors as it most closely parallels armed stage combat. Equipment is provided

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    214455-A101/19/16- 04/28/16Tu, Th11:00A- 12:00PFitRec$20517 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    214465 - Foil Fencing

    Includes basic techniques and tactics of modern foil fencing, a historical outline of fencing, and practice of the sport for fun, exercise, and/or competition. Equipment is provided.

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    214465-A101/19/16- 04/28/16Tu, Th10:00A- 11:00AFitRec$20517 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart

    214949 - Snowboarding/Skiing

    All levels welcome. Program fee includes transportation to and from Nashoba Valley Ski Area, lift tickets, and lessons. Busses leave from the GSU (775 Comm Ave) at 5:00pm and return to campus around 11:00pm. Class meets on 4 nights following the University schedule. If a night is cancelled due to inclement weather, a rescheduled date will be offered. Equipment rentals are available for an additional fee.

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    214949-0102/03/16- 02/24/16W 5:00P- 11:00POffsite Location$26017 years +Item DetailsUnavailableRead Notice
    214949-0202/04/16- 02/25/16Th 5:00P- 11:00POffsite Location$26017 years +Item DetailsWaitlistRead Notice

    214950 - Equipment Rental, Snowboard/Skiing

    Equipment rental for our Snowboard/Skiiing program includes skis/snowboard, boots, poles and helmet. There is an equipment fitting meeting at FitRec in room 222 from 4:00-6:00pm on January 28, 2016 which you should plan to attend.

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    214950-0102/03/16- 02/24/16W, Th 5:00P- 11:00POffsite Location$14017 years +Item DetailsAvailableAdd to Cart
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