80. FITTED: Fitness Improvement Training through Exercise and Diet
Lecture, one hour; activity, two hours. Success in undergraduate experience is very much influenced by attributes beyond intellectual competence. Examination of personal, social, and environmental factors that influence college students' eating behaviors, physical activity patterns, and body image. Development of individualized student plans for eating well, being active, and feeling good about their bodies. Learning of practical skills with application to nutrition, physical activity, positive body image, stress management, and other aspects of wellness as students participate in critical evaluation of popular diets, healthy body weights, fitness, supplements, media body ideals, and self-destructive thoughts. P/NP grading.