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  1. Hockey: Better Ways to Organize Your Hockey and Skating Classes
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Upate.omHockey: Better Ways to Organize Your Hockey and Skating Classes

    How to organize your hockey classes/practices to make the best use of limited space and time.... keep reading..

  1. Other Sports: Double Loop Skipping
    Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update.comOther Sports: Double Loop Skipping

    A long skipping rope can be turned so it forms two small, independent loops that will allow students to perform tricks.... keep reading..

  1. Blog: Ellen's Dance Dare Shows the Value of Chasing Your Dreams
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog: Ellen's Dance Dare Shows the Value of Chasing Your Dreams

    Our latest blog discusses a student-athlete whose goal of appearing on the Ellen DeGeneres show is one step closer to reality.... keep reading..

  1. Promotion: Music Can Give Your Players a Home-Town Advantage
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comPromotion: Music Can Give Your Players a Home-Town Advantage

    Play your players' favourite song when the spotlight is on them during varsity games.... keep reading..

  1. Blog - Is it "Diving" or Just Vuvuzela Pain?
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog - Is it Diving or Just Vuvuzela Pain?

    The latest posting in the PE Update blog discusses "diving" in the World Cup of soccer and it's possible connection to the vuvuzela.... keep reading..

  1. Coaching/Teaching: Sticky Dots Help Teach Sports Skills
    Pat AitkenCoaching/Teaching: Sticky Dots Help Teach Sports Skills

    Sticky dots can be used to focus your physical education students' attention on critical body parts while learning sports skills.... keep reading..

  1. Blog: Inspirational Video for the Underdog - Beating the Odds
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog: Inspirational Video for the Underdog - Beating the Odds

    Our latest blog presents an inspirational video for anyone who must compete against an overwhelming favorite. Here's a sample of the script: "Just remember, out here, the results don't always add up. No matter what the stats may say, no matter what the experts may think and commentators may have predicted, when the race is on, all bets are off...... keep reading..

  1. Promotion: Appoint a PR Volunteer for Your Team or Physical Education Program
    Pat AitkenPromotion: Appoint a PR Volunteer for Your Team or Physical Education Program

    Appoint a parent, student or your team manager to perform the publicity and public relations duties for your sports team or physical education program.... keep reading..

  1. Golf - Slow Down Tip When Hitting Practice Balls
    Golf - Slow Down Tip When Hitting Practice Balls

    A tip that forces golfers to slow down on the practice tee, allowing for better reflection between shots.... keep reading..

  1. Nutrition - Chocolate Milk is a Good Recovery Drink
    Dick Moss

    Chocolate milk can be as effective a recovery drink as many commercial energy drinks.... keep reading..

  1. Blog: Outward Appearances Can Belie the Talents Within
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog: Outward Appearances Can Belie the Talents Within

    Our latest blog shows a video with an excellent teaching point for physical education students - don't underestimate people because of their appearance.... keep reading..

  1. Blog: The Original Santa Gets Some Exercise in His Native Lapland
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog: The Original Santa Gets Some Exercise in His Native Lapland

    Our latest blog provides a happy holiday message in visual form - a video of the original Santa and a real Rudolph delivering presents in his native Lapland. Beautiful visuals.... keep reading..

  1. Rugby: Use Different Starting Speeds During Rugby Sprint Drills
    Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update.comRugby: Use Different Starting Speeds During Rugby Sprint Drills

    Research shows how to make rugby sprint drills more game-specific.... keep reading..

  1. Blog: A Broomball Party Brings a Neighborhood Together
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog: A Broomball Party Brings a Neighborhood Together

    How broomball, and the power of sport, brings a neighborhood together on a cold winter evening.... keep reading..

  1. Hockey: Point the Front Toe on the Backhand Shot
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comHockey: Point the Front Toe on the Backhand Shot

    Hockey players taking a backhand shot should point their front toe to the target for better power and accuracy.... keep reading..

  1. Baseball: Baserunning - Faster Starts When Tagging Up on a Fly Ball
    Pat AitkenBaseball: Baserunning - Faster Starts When Tagging Up on a Fly Ball

    A baseball technique that gives baserunners a rolling start when tagging up on a fly ball.... keep reading..

  1. Promotion: Organize a Spectators' Clinic for Increased Fan Support
    Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update.comPromotion: Organize a Spectators' Clinic for Increased Fan Support

    Spectator clinics will increase fan support at your games by helping potential fans appreciate your sport and identify with your players.... keep reading..

  1. Blog: Jenny Barringer Simpson on Dealing With Disappointment
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog: Jenny Barringer Simpson on Dealing With Disappointment

    Our latest blog features a video interview with Jenny Barringer Simpson, winner of the 1500 metres at the 2011 World Athletic Championships. She discusses disappointment and how to deal with it.... keep reading..

  1. Blog - Are Cheerleaders Tough? You Betcha!
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog - Are Cheerleaders Tough? You Betcha!

    Our latest blog posting provides proof that cheerleaders are tough! Watch this video of a cheerleader tackling a fully-equipped football player during a game in order to protect his teammates.... keep reading..

  1. Strength Training: Where to Lower the Bar in the Bench Press
    Dick Moss, EditorStrength Training: Where to Lower the Bar in the Bench Press

    In the bench press, lower the bar to the portion of the chest you wish to emphasize.... keep reading..

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