Physical Education Tips of the Week #41 April 17, 2008
Physical Education Tips of the Week #41
April 17, 2008

Physical Education Tips of the Week #41
April 17, 2008

Dick Moss, Editor


1. Editor's Note

You'll find some useful information in this week's additions to the PE Update website. There's an article on grocery bagging as a fundraiser, a way to spice up Capture the Flag by adding sneaky spies to each team, and a video demonstration of an icebreaker and team-building activity.

This newsletter also provides links to free information, including an online tool to help you calculate heart-rate training zones; the weekly blog, in which I compare my golfing experience to that of the golfers in the Masters tournament; and an article on how league administrators can address competition blowouts.

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I hope you enjoy this issue of PE Tips of the Week!

Dick Moss, Editor

 



Physical Education Tips of the Week #41
April 17, 2008
2. From the Web

FREE TRAINING ZONE CALCULATOR

The Fitness Zone provides an online training zone calculator that can save you time when determining the heart rate zones for different types of training. It uses the common (but sometimes inaccurate) method of subtracting age from 220 - all you have to do is plug in the subject's age and gender and this calculator will tell you heart rate ranges for the Moderate Exercise Zone, the Weight Management Zone, the Fitness Zone and the Peak Performance Zone. The aerobic training zone is essentially a combination of the Weight Management and Fitness Zone.

Click here.

 



Physical Education Tips of the Week #41
April 17, 2008
3. New Additions to the Websites

Here are the Articles that have been added to the websites this week.
These articles are available to PE Update members.

  • Fundraising: Grocery Bagging Fundraiser
    A fundraiser in which students provide grocery bagging and carry-out services for donations.

  • Games: "Capture the Flag With Spies" and Other Variations
    Capture the Flag With Spies is only one of several variations that will spice up the traditional game.

  • Sport Psychology: Icebreaker - The Teammate Memory Game
    An icebreaker game in which participants must mingle, ask designated questions, then remember personal information about their teammates.

 



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April 17, 2008
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Physical Education Tips of the Week #41
April 17, 2008
4. From the PE Update Blog

Monday Morning Musings on the World of Sports, Coaching & Physical Education from Editor, Dick Moss.

THE MASTERS GOLF TOURNAMENT USES SISSY GRASS
The editor has difficulty in relating to the television coverage of the Masters golf tournament. Heck, they play on real grass.
To read more, click this link to the blog: //www.physicaleducationupdate.com/peblog/

 



Physical Education Tips of the Week #41
April 17, 2008
5. Pick of the Week

Each week, I'll highlight a useful article from the PE Update Archives. The article will be available to non-members of the website for a week, and to members forever!

This week's pick is:
Administration/Intramurals - How to Address Competition Blowouts

A way to reduce the problem of blowout games in inter-school and intramural competitions.

 



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