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Volleyball: Keep the Outside Foot Back When Setting
Dick Moss, EditorVolleyball: Keep the Outside Foot Back When Setting

Setters should pass with the outside foot back to give hitters an easier spike.... keep reading..

Training Room Tips: Sleep With the Leg Bent When Healing the Hamstrings
Dick Moss, EditorTraining Room Tips: Sleep With the Leg Bent When Healing the Hamstrings

Sleeping with the injured leg bent allows a pulled hamstring muscle to recover more quickly.... keep reading..

Travel: Place I.D. Tags Inside Your Bags When Traveling by Air or Bus
Dick Moss, EditorTravel: Place I.D. Tags Inside Your Bags When Traveling by Air or Bus

When traveling by air or bus, place a duplicate identification tag inside your bag in case the tag on your luggage handle is torn off.... keep reading..

Track/XC: Determine Race Paces With the Horwill Rule
Dick Moss, EditorTrack/XC: Determine Race Paces With the Horwill Rule

A way for track coaches to estimate race paces for practices and competitions. Add 4 seconds per 400 for males and 5 seconds for females to determine race-pace when moving up in track events.... keep reading..

Tennis: Lob at Your Shadow on Sunny Days
Pat AitkenTennis: Lob at Your Shadow on Sunny Days

On sunny days, players can force their opponents to look into the sun by lobbing the ball towards their own shadow.... keep reading..

Swimming: Use Explosive Breathing for Better Buoyancy
Pat AitkenSwimming: Use Explosive Breathing for Better Buoyancy

Holding the breath and exhaling explosively can help your students swim higher in the water.... keep reading..

Soccer: Chase the Rabbit Drill
Pat AitkenSoccer: Chase the Rabbit Drill

A soccer drill in which players must hit the "bunny" for improved passing accuracy, endurance and combination passing.... keep reading..

Sport Science: How Many Horsepower Can You Generate?
Dick Moss, EditorSport Science: How Many Horsepower Can You Generate?

A simple test using stairs that will help you estimate the amount of horsepower your PE students can generate.... keep reading..

Blog: Physical Education Advocacy Video for School Decision-Makers
Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comBlog: Physical Education Advocacy Video for School Decision-Makers

A video link you can email to decision makers to convince them about the importance of physical education in schools.... keep reading..

Rugby: Lateral Defender Drill
Pat AitkenRugby: Lateral Defender Drill

A rugby drill in which two players run and pass between a line of defenders who are allowed to move only laterally.... keep reading..

Sport Psychology: Strategy for Overcoming Fatigue
Dick Moss, EditorSport Psychology: Strategy for Overcoming Fatigue

A strategy for overcoming mental fatigue involving the breaking of long events or workouts into a series of smaller, achievable tasks.... keep reading..

Promotion: Banner Contest for Great School Spirit at Home Games
Kerry MacKelviePromotion: Banner Contest for Great School Spirit at Home Games

A contest for home games in which the best school spirit banner wins a prize.... keep reading..

Outdoor Education: Use a Stone to Tie Down Your Tarp
Kerry MacKelvieOutdoor Education: Use a Stone to Tie Down Your Tarp

Students on an outdoor education trip can tie a knot around a rock folded into each corner of their tarp for strong, rip-free rope attachments.... keep reading..

Nutrition/Health: Meatless Meal Assignment
Dick Moss & Pat AitkenNutrition/Health: Meatless Meal Assignment

A health class assignment in which your students cook a meatless meal for their family and bring in the recipe for a class cookbook.... keep reading..

Other Sports: How to Add Add Inline Skating to Your PE Curriculum
Larry “Duffy” Kopf, ContributorOther Sports: How to Add Add Inline Skating 
to Your PE Curriculum

Issues involved in adding inline skating to your physical education curriculum.... keep reading..

Teaching Tips: The Swear Jar Keeps Language Clean & Raises Funds
Dick Moss, EditorTeaching Tips: The Swear Jar Keeps Language Clean & 
Raises Funds

Reduce swearing and raise money by requiring students who use profanity to put money in a "Swear Jar."... keep reading..

Hockey: Alternating Multiple Give-and-Go Passing Drill
Pat AitkenHockey: Alternating Multiple Give-and-Go Passing Drill

A drill that teaches players to make quick give-and-go passes to both the left and right.... keep reading..

Health: Heart Demonstration Using a Tennis Ball
Dick Moss, Editor, PE Update.comHealth: Heart Demonstration Using a Tennis Ball

Have your health class students squeeze a tennis ball to demonstrate how hard the heart works while pumping blood.... keep reading..

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