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Fundraiser - Crazy Hat Day Fundraiser
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update.com
Fundraiser - Crazy Hat Day Fundraiser A day on which students and staff pay a fee to wear their craziest hat to class. . . . keep reading..

Hockey - Tip for Keeping the Head Up
Dick Moss
Hockey - Tip for Keeping the Head Up Focusing on a spot that is at head-level will help players keep their head up while handling the puck. . . . keep reading..

Intramurals - Scoring System Encourages Participation
Dick Moss
Intramurals - Scoring System Encourages Participation An intramural scoring system that encourages participation and sportsmanship rather than winning. . . . keep reading..

Blog: Footprint Tag Takes Advantage of Snowy School Yards
Dick Moss, Editor
Blog: Footprint Tag Takes Advantage of Snowy School Yards A video that demonstrates a fun game you can play in the snow for recess or physical education class. . . . keep reading..

Coaching - Use Older Athletes to Coach Younger Teammates
Meghan Juuti
Coaching - Use Older Athletes to Coach Younger Teammates There are many advantages to having older athletes coach younger teammates. . . . keep reading..
Soccer Technique - Bending the Ball
Dick Moss
Soccer Technique - Bending the Ball Where to make contact with the soccer ball in order to bend it in different directions. . . . keep reading..
Tennis: Back Fence Follow-Through Drill
Dick Moss
Tennis: Back Fence Follow-Through Drill Players can improve their follow-through by hitting balls into the back fence. . . . keep reading..
Baseball/Softball - Don't Warm Up With Weighted Bats
Dick Moss
Baseball/Softball - Don't Warm Up With Weighted Bats A warmup with a weighted bat can slow your swing speed. . . . keep reading..
Blog: Skin Cancer Prevention Resources for Health Class Teachers
Dick Moss, Editor
Blog: Skin Cancer Prevention Resources for Health Class Teachers A website filled with free health class teaching resources about skin cancer prevention. . . . keep reading..

Wrestling: Shooting the Legs - How Close Should You Be?
Dick Moss
Wrestling: Shooting the Legs - How Close Should You Be? Wrestlers should be within an arm's length of the opponent in order to start a single or double takedown. . . . keep reading..
Basketball - Mushball Free Throw Game
Dick Moss
Basketball - Mushball Free Throw Game A free-throw shooting contest that also develops rebounding and scoring skills when close to the basket. . . . keep reading..

Swimming: Freestyle - Should You Breathe on Both Sides?
Dick Moss
Swimming: Freestyle - Should You Breathe on Both Sides? Swimmers should breathe on both sides during practices, even if they don't during races. . . . keep reading..
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