Fun Stuff for Physical Education #99 June 17, 2010
Fun Stuff for Physical Education #99
June 17, 2010

Fun Stuff for Physical Education #99
June 17, 2010

Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.com


1. Editor's Note

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Dick Moss, Editor

 


What's in This Issue

New Additions to the Website:

  • Baseball: Wastebasket Bunting Game
  • Field Events: How Far Could You Jump or Throw on Other Planets?
  • Sport Psychology: Localized Relaxation Technique for Pre-Competition Anxiety
  • Tennis: The Broom Drill Teaches the Correct Upward Swing Path for Topspin Shots
  • Track (Video): High-Low Drill for Between-Hurdle Acceleration
  • Blog - Hotel Room Prom


New Additions to the Website – FREE CONTENT!


Fun Stuff for Physical Education #99
June 17, 2010
1. Baseball: Wastebasket Bunting Game

A baseball bunting game that uses wastebaskets as targets. Good for physical education class or team practices.

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Fun Stuff for Physical Education #99
June 17, 2010
2. Field Events: How Far Could You Jump or Throw on Other Planets?

Combine math, physics and physical education by calculating your students' equivalent field event performances on other planets.

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Fun Stuff for Physical Education #99
June 17, 2010
3. Sport Psychology: Localized Relaxation Technique for Pre-Competition Anxiety

A way to address those "butterflies in the stomach" that often occur before competitions.

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Fun Stuff for Physical Education #99
June 17, 2010
4. Tennis: The Broom Drill Teaches the Correct Upward Swing Path for Topspin Shots

A coaching aid that teaches students to use a low-to-high swing path when hitting topspin groundstrokes.

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Fun Stuff for Physical Education #99
June 17, 2010
5. Track (Video): High-Low Drill for Between-Hurdle Acceleration

A drill to develop acceleration between hurdles, improve technique and stride pattern to the first hurdle and quicken between-hurdle rhythm.

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Fun Stuff for Physical Education #99
June 17, 2010
6. Blog - Hotel Room Prom

The latest posting in the PE Update blog describes how a caring coach compensated student athletes who missed their prom because of a conflict with their championship competition.

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