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Blog: Snow Swimming in Finland
Dick Moss, Editor
Blog: Snow Swimming in Finland What do you do when your swimming pool is frozen over? In Finland, they swim anyway! . . . keep reading..

Fitness: Geocaching Makes Walking Fun for PE Classes
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update
Fitness: Geocaching Makes Walking Fun for PE Classes A walking activity for your physical education class that combines satellite navigation,, orienteering, computer skills and treasure hunting. . . . keep reading..

Tennis: Sight Through Your Fingertips on the Service Toss
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update
Tennis: Sight Through Your Fingertips on the Service Toss A coaching cue that will reduce the number of serves that fly low and into the net. . . . keep reading..

Fitness/Cross-Country: Group Running Equalizers for Varsity Practice & PE Classes
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update
Fitness/Cross-Country: Group Running Equalizers for Varsity Practice & PE Classes How to accommodate students of different running abilities in your physical education classes. . . . keep reading..

Baseball/Softball: Pitching Machines Versus Human Pitchers
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update
Baseball/Softball: Pitching Machines Versus Human Pitchers The pitches thrown from pitching machines will break more than those from live pitchers. . . . keep reading..

Blog: If They Can Block-Schedule Physical Education, Why Not Lunch?
Dick Moss, Editor
Blog: If They Can Block-Schedule Physical Education, Why Not Lunch? A blog that discusses the practice of block-scheduling physical education classes - a practice that ignores the physiological needs of children. . . . keep reading..

Sport Psychology - The Dangers of Displaying Defeated Body Language
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update
Sport Psychology - The Dangers of Displaying Defeated Body Language NBA basketball coaches, like George Karl of the Denver Nuggets, often design plays to attack opponents who have just missed a foul shot and may be depressed and distracted. . . . keep reading..

Health Class Tips: Muscle Charades
Pat Aitken
Health Class Tips: Muscle Charades Here's a fun way to drill your health and physical education students' knowledge of muscle groups and their functions. . . . keep reading..

Hockey: Possession Time in Games is not Enough to Develop Hockey Skills
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update
Hockey: Possession Time in Games is not Enough to Develop Hockey Skills Games are a poor place to learn hockey skills because players touch the puck for only about 60 seconds over the course of a typical game. . . . keep reading..

Blog: The Happy Gilmore Golf Swing - Can it Actually Work?
Dick Moss, Editor
Blog: The Happy Gilmore Golf Swing - Can it Actually Work? A Fox Sports Network video in which PGA golfer, Padraig Harrington, employs the "Happy Gilmore" driving technique to see whether it can actually be used to drive the ball farther. . . . keep reading..

Golf Ball Compression - Unlocking the Mystery for Physical Education Teachers
Anthony Reedy
Golf Ball Compression - Unlocking the Mystery for Physical Education Teachers The compression ratings on golf balls can affect your success on the course. Here's what the ratings mean. . . . keep reading..

Tennis: Recreational Players Should Take More Steps Per Shot
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update
Tennis: Recreational Players Should Take More Steps Per Shot Professional tennis players take 3-4 times more steps per shot than recreational players. Includes a coaching cue to improve your students' footwork. . . . keep reading..

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