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Tennis: Sit Down on the Serve for Greater Leg Power
Dick Moss, Editor
Tennis: Sit Down on the Serve for Greater Leg Power "Sit down as you toss" is a coaching cue that will improve your students' use of their leg power in the serve. . . . keep reading..

Swimming: "Ride the River" Swimming Pool Activity
Dick Moss, Editor
Swimming: "Ride the River"  Swimming Pool Activity An activity in which students run in a circle in the pool, then ride the current they've created. . . . keep reading..

Blog: Excellent Anti-Smoking Video to Discuss in Health Class
Dick Moss, Editor
Blog: Excellent Anti-Smoking Video to Discuss in Health Class This video provides an effective anti-smoking message and is worthy of discussion in your health classes. . . . keep reading..

Strength: Involve the Pectoralis Minor in the Bench Press
Dick Moss, Editor
Strength: Involve the Pectoralis Minor in the Bench Press A minor variation will help students involve the pectoralis minor muscles when performing the bench press. . . . keep reading..

Soccer: Center Circle Passing Game
Dick Moss, Editor
Soccer: Center Circle Passing Game A passing game in which players must pass across a circle without knocking over a cone. . . . keep reading..

Science: What Treadmill Gradient Simulates Outdoor Running?
Dick Moss, Editor
Science: What Treadmill Gradient Simulates Outdoor Running? The gradient on a treadmill that most closely simulates outdoor running. . . . keep reading..

Blog: Urban Dove Program Uses Physical Education and Teamwork to Assist High Risk Students
Dick Moss, Editor
Blog: Urban Dove Program Uses Physical Education and Teamwork to Assist High Risk Students This video describes a school for high risk students that employs physical education and teamwork to reduce absentee rates. . . . keep reading..

Sport Psychology: Visualize Colours for An Emotional Lift
Dick Moss, Editor
Sport Psychology: Visualize Colours for An Emotional Lift Colours can be visualized to help student athletes overcome fatigue or manipulate ineffectual emotional states. . . . keep reading..

Outdoor Education: Light the Way With a One-Battery Flashlight
Dick Moss, Editor
Outdoor Education: Light the Way With a One-Battery Flashlight A dummy battery, wrapped in tinfoil, will conduct enough energy from a single battery to light a flashlight. . . . keep reading..

Nutrition: Hydration for Sport - Timing and Quantity
Dick Moss, Editor
Nutrition: Hydration for Sport - Timing and Quantity How much water to drink before, during and after workouts and competitions. Includes a "Hydration Guidelines" handout you can print and give to your students. . . . keep reading..

Health/XC Running: How Low Iron Affects Anaerobic Training
Dick Moss, Editor
Health/XC Running: How Low Iron Affects Anaerobic Training Low iron affects anaerobic as well as aerobic performance, because iron is a component of a lactic acid reducing enzyme in the muscles. . . . keep reading..

Blog: Dance Walking - A New Fitness Craze!
Dick Moss, Editor
Blog: Dance Walking - A New Fitness Craze! Looking for something new to try in physical education classes? How about Dance Walking? . . . keep reading..

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