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Administration/Intramurals: Volunteer Officials Won't Suffer from Lower Grades
Dick Moss, Editor
Administration/Intramurals: Volunteer Officials Won't Suffer from Lower Grades Students who help referee and administrate intramural programs tend to have higher, not lower, grades. . . . keep reading..

Blog: Can You Use CrossFit In Physical Education Classes?
Dick Moss, Editor
Blog: Can You Use CrossFit In Physical Education Classes? An example of using the popular fitness program, "Crossfit" in physical education classes. . . . keep reading..

Baseball/Coaching - Reduce the Number of Players Who Come Late to Practice
Dick Moss
Baseball/Coaching - Reduce the Number of Players Who Come Late to Practice An incentive that will reduce the number of players who arrive late for practice. . . . keep reading..

Basketball - Eye Focus Research for Foul Shots
Dick Moss
Basketball - Eye Focus Research for Foul Shots Research has shown that eye focus is more important in the brief period before a foul shot, than during the shot itself. . . . keep reading..

Golf - How High to Tee the Ball
Dick Moss
Golf - How High to Tee the Ball The correct height to tee up the ball, based upon the latest research. . . . keep reading..

Blog: "Get Out of Your Armchair" Video Promotes the Benefits of Exercise
Dick Moss, Editor
Blog: "Get Out of Your Armchair" Video Promotes the Benefits of Exercise A funny video that illustrates the disadvantages of being inactive. . . . keep reading..

Basketball - The Wall Drill
Dick Moss
Basketball - The Wall Drill The Wall Drill was used by Pete Carril, when he coached at Princeton, as a way to improve this team's defensive play. It also developed the ability of his ballhandlers to break a defensive press with the dribble. . . . keep reading..

Badminton - Triangle Principle for Shuttle Placement
Dick Moss
Badminton - Triangle Principle for Shuttle Placement Avoid making diagonal shots to fatigue opponents by forcing them to change direction on every shot. . . . keep reading..

Gymnastics - Cue for Keeping the Head Level in the Back Handspring
Dick Moss
Gymnastics - Cue for Keeping the Head Level in the Back Handspring A coaching cue for keeping the head level during back handsprings. . . . keep reading..

Pedometers - How You Can Use Them to Determine Exercise Intensity in Physical Education Class
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update
Pedometers - How You Can Use Them to Determine Exercise Intensity in Physical Education Class Pedometers are useful physical education tools. They can be used to determine stepping rate, which will indicate the intensity level of a walking session. . . . keep reading..

XC Skiing: Diagonal Stride - Cue for a Better Kick
Dick Moss
XC Skiing: Diagonal Stride - Cue for a Better Kick A coaching cue for better leg drive in the diagonal stride. . . . keep reading..

Blog: Bobsled Bodies Cooperative Activity
Dick Moss, Editor
Blog: Bobsled Bodies Cooperative Activity A fun cooperative activity that works well in class or as an icebreaker. . . . keep reading..

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