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Movement Skills and Concepts

Movement Skills and Concepts

By Bob Pangrazi, Human Kinetics Author, Professor Emeritus ASU Enthusiasm is essential when teaching youngsters movement concepts. Smiles, voice inflections, noises, and so on will serve you well. Consider the following instructions: "Can you walk...

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Physical Activity Report Card

Physical Activity Report Card

By Chuck Corbin, Arizona State University In an earlier blog I wrote about the health benefits of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) for youth. Youth who meet national MVPA guidelines reap many health benefits....

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Teaching the Benefits of Isotonic and Isometric Exercises in PE

Teaching the Benefits of Isotonic and Isometric Exercises in...

By Bob Pangrazi, Human Kinetics Author, Professor Emeritus ASU I focus solely on this aerobic fitness routine for this post because it is a unique sequence that can teach the benefits of both isometric and...

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Teach the Benefits of MVPA to Youth

Teach the Benefits of MVPA to Youth

By Chuck Corbin, Arizona State University   The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans report recommends that children and youth perform 60 or more minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) daily. The report further...

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Exercise Intensity and Enjoyment: A Trade-Off

Exercise Intensity and Enjoyment: A Trade-Off

By Chuck Corbin, Arizona State University The dropout rate for adults who begin a new physical activity is known to be relatively high. As many as 50 percent drop out within the first six months....

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