Keeping Kids in Motion by Keeping Fitness Fun – 2018 NYS AHPERD Conference

Keeping Kids in Motion by Keeping Fitness Fun!

Presenter: Justin Cahill (Keeping Kids in Motion) 

Location: Mohawk

Description: This session will be chock-full of fun, dynamic, and challenging ways to keep kids moving throughout their physical education class. Play equals exercise, therefore exercise equals fun! Can we provide other opportunities for students to move throughout the day? Together, let’s discover the possibilities.

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Fitness Table – Personal Trainer Challenge

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AMRAP

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SOCCER FITNESS

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Tabata Table

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 5-minute challenge template

Slide Deck from my presentation with active links.

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4 Comments on “Keeping Kids in Motion by Keeping Fitness Fun – 2018 NYS AHPERD Conference

  1. I really love all the different types of activities that you have ready for your students. There is a large variety that you can choose from. These activities engage all of the students body. Squats, abs, cardio and so on. Also i like the 5 minute challenge that you will have the kids run laps for 5 minutes, then counting the average number of laps combined with the class. Great activities!

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  2. I was at the NYSAHPERD Conference and you get 5 stars! Really enjoyed your presentation, your activities and your enthusiasm. Thanks for the picture and keep on tweeting.

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    • Diane- what a gift to receive you message this morning! Thank you so much for attending one of my sessions. I hope you can use some of the activities with your students. I appreciate to follow as well. Keep in touch.

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