Joel Pickerman

Contact

Joel
Pickerman
Athletics 100
1000 S. State St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2201
(734) 764-8458

Classes

Course Course Title Credits Term Instructor
AT 117 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries Lab 2 Winter Pickerman
Course Name RO: PrevCare-AT Inj Lab
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
This course is designed to introduce techniques used in risk management and the prevention and care of athletic injuries and illnesses. Emphasis is placed upon skills necessary to manage and prevent injuries common to active lifestyles, including acute and overuse injuries. Provides students with a laboratory experience in which skills relative to risk management and injury prevention are practiced.
Prerequisites: AT major or permission of instructor; students must be concurrently enrolled in AT 115.
Component: LAB
AT 326 Fundamentals of Strength and Conditioning 3 Fall Pickerman
Course Name RO: Fund of Strngth&Cond
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
This course is designed to introduce concepts and techniques associated with strength training and conditioning. Emphasis will be placed on the knowledge base and skills necessary to develop sport specific strength and conditioning programs. The course will focus on the following subjects: the human body's adaptations/response to strength training and conditioning, how performance enhancing substances, nutrition, and eating disorders affect strength training and conditioning, implementing strength training and conditioning testing/training techniques, and basic policy and procedures of the strength and conditioning facility. Students will be required to design a sport-specific strength training program. Course is designed to aid in preparation for taking the National Strength and Conditioning Association's certification examination.
Prerequisites: Enforced prerequisites for HF 326 students: minimum grade of C or higher in AT/HF 220 and AT/HF 221 to enroll. Advisory prerequisite for AT 326 students: Anatomy and Physiology.
Component: LEC
PHYSED 326 Fundamentals of Strength and Conditioning 3 Fall Pickerman
Course Name RO: Fund of Strngth&Cond
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
This course is designed to introduce concepts and techniques associated with strength training and conditioning. Emphasis will be placed on the knowledge base and skills necessary to develop sport specific strength and conditioning programs. The course will focus on the following subjects: the human body's adaptations/response to strength training and conditioning, how performance enhancing substances, nutrition, and eating disorders affect strength training and conditioning, implementing strength training and conditioning testing/training techniques, and basic policy and procedures of the strength and conditioning facility. Students will be required to design a sport-specific strength training program. Course is designed to aid in preparation for taking the National Strength and Conditioning Association's certification examination.
Prerequisites: Enforced prerequisites for HF 326 students: minimum grade of C or higher in AT/HF 220 and AT/HF 221 to enroll. Advisory prerequisite for AT 326 students: Anatomy and Physiology.
Component: LEC