Kinesiology 300: 001:

Adapted Fitness and Personal Training

with Tim Gattenby
About this Course

Adapted Fitness and Personal Training (Kinesiology 300: 001) is an on-campus fitness class for students developing individualized personal goals. We accommodate persons having temporary or permanent disability. This can be an alternative to dropping from other program classes due to injury or other medical reason.

See Adapted Fitness work in action:

Kinesiology 125: Adapted Fitness and Personal Training Times

T,Th

9:00-10:35am

Kinesiology 125: Adapted Fitness and Personal Training Dates
June 12 –
August 6
Kinesiology 125: Adapted Fitness and Personal Training Credits
Credit
Course
Kinesiology 125: Adapted Fitness and Personal Training Questions
Questions?

Contact gattenby@education.wisc.edu

Meet Your Professor

Tim Gattenby

Tim Gattenby

Kinesiology

Tim Gattenby has been a member of the UW Department of Kinesiology since the Fall of 1986. “I create, design and support numerous activities for adults and children with disabilities that increase activity levels and promotes fitness, recreation and sport. [I am an] original co-writer of the bid and designer for Ironman Wisconsin [and] the coordinator of Adapted Fitness and Personal Training.” (source)

Look for KINES 300 FLD 001 in your

course guide or student center.