Physical Education Tips of the Week #50 June 17, 2008
Physical Education Tips of the Week #50
June 17, 2008

Physical Education Tips of the Week #50
June 17, 2008


1. Editor's Note

Physical Education Tips of the Week #50
June 17, 2008
If you're a golf fan, you HAD to enjoy the television coverage of this week's U.S. Open, in which a 45-year old journeyman took Tiger Woods to 19 holes in a mano-a-mano playoff. So, this week's additions to the website include a golf article and video on the height of the follow-through when chipping the ball. We've also added an article on the number and type of teaching cues to use when teaching bouldering skills to middle school students. And finally, an article on where NOT to aim the ball when playing tennis (Can you guess "the court lines?").

The above articles are for PE Update members only. But how about free stuff? This newsletter includes links to a very fun website that allows you to challenge Steve Nash in a free-throw shooting contest; a tennis cue on how to better keep your eyes on the incoming ball; and our blog article in which a world class sprinter's drug cheating regimen is revealed - it's informative and rather frightening.

This newsletter is free, but most of the content on the website is for members-only, including instructional videos, the discussion group, almost 2000 articles that you can read, print and email... and much more.

If you're not already a member of the PE Update website, then join up today!! You can get more information here: PE Update Membership Information

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

Dick Moss, Editor

 



Physical Education Tips of the Week #50
June 17, 2008
2. From the Web

CHALLENGE STEVE NASH TO A FREE-THROW CONTEST

IBeatYou.com is a fun website that allows you to compete against professional athletes in a number of different challenges. For example, click the following link to see whether you can sink more free throws in a minute than two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash.
Click here.

 



Physical Education Tips of the Week #50
June 17, 2008
3. New Additions to the Websites

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

  • Golf: Chip Shot Follow-Through Tips for Physical Education Classes
    The follow-through should be longer than the backswing on chip shots.

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

  • Tennis: Don't Aim for the Court Lines
    Tennis players should not use the court lines as their aiming point.

The PE Update website has 197 other articles on these three topics! Become a member and you can read them today! Click Here!

 



Physical Education Tips of the Week #50
June 17, 2008
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Physical Education Tips of the Week #50
June 17, 2008
4. From the PE Update Blog

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

THE BALCO PERFORMANCE-ENHANCING DRUG REGIMEN
Victor Conte, the scientist who is the focus of the Balco steroid scandal, is now cooperating with authorities to catch drug cheats. He has revealed the drug regimen used by British sprinter Dwain Chambers. It involves the use of SEVEN different performance enhancers. He also discusses a method the cheaters used to beat drug tests.
To find out more, click this link to the blog: //www.physicaleducationupdate.com/peblog/

 



Physical Education Tips of the Week #50
June 17, 2008
5. Free 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:
Tennis: Coaching Cue for Watching the Ball

Tennis players are usually advised to keep their eyes on the ball until it contacts with their racquet, but it's a rare player who can actually see the racquet and ball make contact. Here's a cue to make "watching the ball" easier to perform.

 



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