This weeks lesson plan has so much to do. I myself started with Monday’s HIITWorkout and enjoyed it as it had a scoring system for completion of each exercise. Remember you don’t have to do something for Phys Ed everyday but try at least one of the activities once a week. If you get bored, if there’s nothing good on tv, when you’ve finally seen every new Tic Toc video just try one of the days activities. Hope you find something you like! Leave a comment about what you did or how you liked something you tried, that would be great for me so I know you participated and so I can try it too! Week 11 link is below ⤵️
Quick Trivia : what does HIIT training stand for H I I T ?
For those of you feeling adventurous or wanting a challenge below is a link to a 30 day workout. Each day has a picture guide for what to do and how many of each to try and perform. Some of the exercise are difficult so try performing only half of the repetitions, instead of 10 reps just try 5. I personally am going to attempt these every other day. Hopefully you find something on here that you will not only like but will challenge your strength and agility. Half of the difficulty of working out is just getting started so pick a time in the day or evening and be committed to something. I’ll let you know how I did next week on a blog post. Good Luck and Go Hard!!
This week D~ Shines has created an awesome line up of activities and workouts and nutrition content. These lesson plans are designed for grades K-5 so if you click on Monday’s lesson and it doesn’t fit what you’re looking for then just try the next days and maybe that will be a better fit. Hopefully you all had a Great Holiday weekend with the Eid and Memorial Day, I know I did. Believe it or not it was so Hot I actually did some swimming 🏊 in my sisters pool. Anyway hope you all are staying fit and staying active, below is the lesson plan link ⤵️
Here is a game that can be played with 2-4 people. You can make a circle ⭕️ with string, or use a hoop if you have it, or use some chalk. The objective of the game is to hit or bounce the ball into the circle with 2 or 3 taps and bounce it to where the other player can’t hit it back. All you need is any ball that bounces and some type of circle. I play this game often at my nieces house but she has the actual spring circle for it, it’s called spike all officially but you can make your own. Below is a link to the directions and rules to this game.
Here is the link for this weeks full lesson plan. It is week 9 now believe it or not. There is something posted here for everyday of the week. Take some time and look this over because it has tons of stuff in it from health and nutrition to workouts and games. Hope you find something fun to do in here and hopefully the weather will improve this week so we can do them outdoors!
This week I’d like for you to try a tabata workout routine. A tabata workout is typically 3-4 minutes long with several exercises that you perform for short 30 second bursts then rest for 10 seconds then perform the next exercise. Below is a link for several Tabata workouts to try, if you don’t know the workout just click the video and it will show you how to perform each one. The most important thing is to do your best for 30 seconds then rest then do the next. These are fun and great for cardiovascular endurance ❤️ Hope you like them as much as I did.
One thing we can all do to stay healthy during this quarantine is to RUN! I have done a ton of walking out on the golf course lately but now I have started to pick things up a bit and have been going for a daily run. There are few things better for heart and lung health than running, below is a video with a few tips to help you go further, run longer and hopefully test and or increase your endurance. Start today and track your miles I will do 2️⃣ miles today, can you keep up?
PET NIGHT!Let’s celebrate those dogs, cats, fish, hamsters, gerbils, reptiles, bunnies, birds, or whatever animals you might care for and love! They are certainly helping us get though these times with their unconditional love!
Our family fun night will be packed with
activities to help kick cabin fever to the curb!
Scavenger Hunt | Magic Show | Karaoke
Exercise Tips and Tricks at Home | Dance Party
Read Along/Story Time | Survivor Giving Moment
And Much More!
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Here is a simple game you can play in your backyard with a family member or friend. All you need is a ball and 2 objects to act as cones to kick through, could be pop bottles, could be sticks you find etc.
The game is played by picking a starting point and counting the number of kicks it takes you to kick the ball though the first set of objects then how many it takes to kick it under your playing partner who is in the crab pose. Once you make it through both you switch roles. I played this with my niece and it was fun and worked for keeping our social distancing.
Hello and thanks for visiting my blog. Below is the week #8 weekly lesson plan link. The originators of this site stated that they had over 10,000 students in varying grade levels check out their post last week so they are happy to hear P.E. Is alive and well despite the school shutdowns. Hope you find something fun and or interesting to do on here this week, I will post both the elementary and middle school links for our 5th graders whom are really 6th graders now as they will be moving on unfortunately, so sad to see them go 😢, but anyway stay healthy, stay active this week and get outside and get moving! ⚽️🏀🏈🚴♂️
Elementary Link : https://dl.orangedox.com/DSHINESESLessonsEnglish
Middle School Link: https://dl.orangedox.com/DSHINESMSLessonsEnglish