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Why Sports Play an Important Role in Schools

Active Schools Us

Your school can reduce the students’ stress levels by encouraging them to participate in aerobic activities to decrease their tension levels, stabilize their mood, improve their sleep, and boost their self-esteem. Academics can be stressful for many students.

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The Importance of Exercise

Physical Education Ideas

The Department of Health and Human Services say that children and adolescents age 6 and older need at least an hour a day of physical activity. Most of the hour should be either moderate or vigorous aerobic activity. Vigorous activity should be included at least three days a week. basketball. bike riding & more.

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Quick Tips for Making Fitness Fun, Educational, and Meaningful in your Afterschool Program

Skillastics

When they know the pressure’s off to perform, they can relax and choose to have fun at an enjoyable pace! Teach Teach them something new about their bodies.

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Skillastics® Speed Stacking: The Physical Activity Your Program is Missing

Skillastics

By incorporating increased movements and aerobic exercises, Speed Stacks® Skillastics® integrates the missing aerobic activity piece. As a physical activity program leader, we know you’re looking for that combination of speed and hand-eye coordination training, along with a true cardio-enhanced program.

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The Benefits of Soccer on Corporal Health

Teen Health 101

One of the recommendations from the CDC is 75 minutes weekly of “vigorous-intensity aerobic activity” with the addition of “muscle strengthening activities” twice a week. It has positive benefits for the cardiovascular system, muscular system, and respiratory system.

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Quick Tips for Making Fitness Fun, Educational, and Meaningful in your Afterschool Program

Skillastics

When they know the pressure’s off to perform, they can relax and choose to have fun at an enjoyable pace! Teach them something new about their bodies.

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In Season Strength Training

PLT4M

First, an “Active Recovery” session which focuses on lightweight or bodyweight training performed at low intensity. A “Pre or Post-Game Mobility” session that contains super light, low-impact, monostructural aerobic activity with dynamic and passive mobility, SMR, and static stretching. How do you choose?

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