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  1. Resources: Mission Nutrition Website
    Resources: Mission Nutrition Website

    A website that provides health-class lesson plans for healthy eating, healthy living and self-esteem.... keep reading..

  1. Dance: The Animal Dance Exercise
    Pat Aitken for PE Update.comDance: The Animal Dance Exercise

    A physical education exercise for your dance unit in which students represent their favorite animal in a dance, while other students guess the animal.... keep reading..

  1. Blog - NBA Coach is a Class Act...and So Are You!
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog - NBA Coach is a Class Act...and So Are You!

    The latest posting in the PE Update blog discusses an NBA coach, who came to the aid of a young singer struggling to remember the words of the pre-game National Anthem.... keep reading..

  1. Blog: An Unreported Concussion Can Cost You an Entire Season…or Your Entire Career
    Dick Moss, EditorBlog: An Unreported Concussion Can Cost You an Entire Season…or Your Entire Career

    A video that discusses a female basketball player's experience with a concussion and the effects that not reporting it has had on her career.... keep reading..

  1. Basketball/History: Designated Free Thrower
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBasketball/History: Designated Free Thrower

    Basketball used to have a designated foul-shooter rule, similar to baseball's current designated hitter rule.... keep reading..

  1. Blog - Hotel Room Prom
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog - 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.... keep reading..

  1. Poster - If Your Dog is Fat...
    Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update.comPoster - If Your Dog is Fat...

    A reproducible poster that reminds physcial education students that walking their dog is good exercise for them too!... keep reading..

  1. Blog: You Don't Need the Best Facilities to be the Best Athletes
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog: You Don't Need the Best Facilities to be the Best Athletes

    Our latest blog posting shows a video of Brazilian Capoeira practitioners demonstrating incredible soccer ball skills - in an inner city setting.... keep reading..

  1. Blog - Thunderstorms, Night Meets, Canada Geese & Fireflies Provide an Unforgettable Experience
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog - Thunderstorms, Night Meets, Canada Geese & Fireflies Provide an Unforgettable Experience

    The latest posting in the PE Update blog discusses a never-to-be forgotten experience at an evening track meet under the stadium lights.... keep reading..

  1. Resources: The "At My Best™" Program and Toolkit
    Resources: The At My Best™ Program and Toolkit

    A free wellness program and toolkit developed by Physical and Health Education Canada.... keep reading..

  1. Coaching - How to Get More Specific Weather Forecasts
    Dick Moss, Editor, Physical Education Update

    Do you need good weather for this afternoon's physical education class? Use the "hourly link" to get greater accuracy from the forecasts on WeatherNetwork.com... keep reading..

  1. Reproducibles: Good Luck in Exams Certificate
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Upate.omReproducibles: Good Luck in Exams Certificate

    A printable certificate that wishes students "good luck" as they begin their exams.... keep reading..

  1. Cross-Country Skiing: Skiers With Balance Problems Can "Hang On to the Handle"
    Pat AitkenCross-Country Skiing: Skiers With Balance Problems Can Hang On to the Handle

    Beginners in cross-country skiing can develop their confidence by grasping a ski pole held by two steadier skiers. Good idea for PE education class.... keep reading..

  1. Reproducibles: Field Hockey Skills Award
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comReproducibles: Field Hockey Skills Award

    A printable certificate that rewards students who have completed the field hockey unit in your physical education class.... keep reading..

  1. Outdoor Education: How to Determine the Correct Length for Your Canoe Paddle
    Pat AitkenOutdoor Education: How to Determine the Correct Length for Your Canoe Paddle

    Two ways to determine whether a student's paddle is the correct height.... keep reading..

  1. Hockey: Check Open Teammates Before Receiving a Pass
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comHockey: Check Open Teammates Before Receiving a Pass

    Hockey players receiving a pass should quickly monitor the position of teammates before the puck arrives.... keep reading..

  1. Blog - Can Physical Education Unite a War-Torn Country?
    Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog - Can Physical Education Unite a War-Torn Country?

    The latest posting in the PE Update blog discusses the expansion of physical education in Uganda and it's hoped-for role in that embattled nation... keep reading..

  1. Training-Room Tips: Fanny Pack First Aid Kit
    David SpearsTraining-Room Tips: Fanny Pack First Aid Kit

    A fannypack stocked with basic first aid supplies can be worn all day for instant access.... keep reading..

  1. Resources: The "60 Ways to Play 60" Youth Fitness Contest
    Resources: The 60 Ways to Play 60 Youth Fitness Contest

    A contest, hosted by the Atlanta Falcons, that provides a $1000 prize for the most innovative idea for getting students active.... keep reading..

  1. Product Spotlight: The Jump Manual - How to Jump Higher by Jacob Hiller
    Dick Moss, EditorProduct Spotlight: The Jump Manual - How to Jump Higher by Jacob Hiller

    A product spotlight on "The Jump Manual" - How to Jump Higher by Jacob Hiller... keep reading..

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