“Get Active” Videos – Keep Kids Active Over the Holidays

With the holidays approaching, a question many parents are asking themselves is, “with the holidays quickly approaching, how can I keep your children active when they are home from school?” It's a good question for physical education teachers too. Read more

Obesity, Hunger, Inactivity and the Search for Hidden Answers

Some interesting questions about our perception of the causes of obesity, hunger and lack of activity. Read more

You Don’t Need Innovative Equipment to Be Creative in Physical Education

Do you suffer from a lack of physical education equipment? Are your students always complaining that they can’t perform physical fitness activities because of that lack of equipment? If so, show them this video. While innovative equipment can make classes... Read more

The “Fun Theory” is a Physical Education Staple

The “Fun Theory” is the idea that “something as simple as fun is the easiest way to change people’s behavior for the better.” It was an initiative of Volkswagen as a marketing tool to develop the image that their vehicles... Read more

PaceTrek Program Gets Students Moving

If you’re looking for a way to motivate your students to walk or run on a regular basis, check out the PaceTrek.com website.  Founder Paul Staso has developed a series of events in which he takes students on a virtual... Read more

A New Sport? The 100m Hurdles in Swim Fins

100 Hurdles in Swim Fins There are a number of hybrid sports:  the biathlon combines nordic skiing and shooting; the heptathlon combines seven track and field events; the triathlon combines swimming, cycling and running. So why not another hybrid – ... Read more