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The Easiest Way to Add "Pizazz" to Your Physical Education Program!

Physical Education Update shows you the secret tricks of the trade that help PE teachers improve sport technique, keep phys-ed classes fun, jazz up PE lesson plans, update your coaching, get kids fit and much, much more! It provides practical information that you can use with your physical education classes & school sports teams...right away!!

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Tennis: Shoulder Blade Cue for Better Backhands
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update.com
Tennis: Shoulder Blade Cue for Better Backhands A coaching cue for tennis that will increase the power of your physical education students' backhands by 20%. . . . keep reading..

Soccer Referees Run as Hard as Many Players
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update.com
Soccer Referees Run as Hard as Many Players Soccer referees run about the same distance at similar intensities as many of the players for whom they are officiating. . . . keep reading..

Intramurals: Slam-Dunk Basketball Tournament
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update.com
Intramurals: Slam-Dunk Basketball Tournament A fun basketball tournament in which adjustable baskets are lowered so that everyone can slam dunk the ball. . . . keep reading..

Coaching: Using Pattern Recognition To Read The Defense
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update.com
Coaching: Using Pattern Recognition To Read The Defense It would take the average athlete 10,000 hours to learn to recognize all the patterns and player-combinations that can occur in a hockey game. . . . keep reading..

Promotion: Coaching Clinic Reward
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update.com
Promotion: Coaching Clinic Reward Use a coaching clinic as a reward for bringing a group to one of your home games. A great way to attract teams, clubs or physical education classes. . . . keep reading..

Tennis: Don't Aim for the Court Lines
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update.com
Tennis: Don't Aim for the Court Lines Tennis players should not use the court lines as their aiming point. . . . keep reading..

Badminton/Equipment: How to Purchase the Right Badminton Racquet
Antony Cassidy
Badminton/Equipment: How to Purchase the Right Badminton Racquet Badminton racquets are rated by weight, balance, head shape, flexibility and grip size. What these terms mean. . . . keep reading..

Promotion: Use Performance Statistics to Improve Results Announcements
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update
Promotion: Use Performance Statistics to Improve Results Announcements You can shift the focus away from your team's win-loss record during morning announcements, by emphasizing individual statistics. . . . keep reading..

Outdoor Education: The Use of Performance Cues When Teaching Bouldering in Middle School Physical Education Classes
Derek Fuglsang
Outdoor Education: The Use of Performance Cues When Teaching Bouldering in Middle School Physical Education Classes A study has determined the number of teaching cues that should be used in a middle school physical education bouldering class, and what those cues should be. . . . keep reading..

Tennis: The Presence of a Scoreboard Gives the Favorite an Advantage
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update.com
Tennis: The Presence of a Scoreboard Gives the Favorite an Advantage Playing tennis in the presence of a scoreboard will increase the higher-ranked player's chance of winning the match by about 4%! . . . keep reading..

Track Tips (Video): Run Sprinters & Hurdlers Backwards From the Finish Line
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update.com
Track Tips (Video): Run Sprinters & Hurdlers Backwards From the Finish Line A way for coaches to better observe sprinters, hurdlers and distance runners all at the same time during busy track practices and physical education classes. . . . keep reading..

Health: Parents May Not Recognize Obesity in Their Own Children
Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update
Health: Parents May Not Recognize Obesity in Their Own Children Parents tend to recognize that obesity is a major health issue, but often don't acknowledge the problem in their own children. . . . keep reading..

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