In the last decade youth sport participation has declined greatly. How can extracurricular school sport get young people motivated to be physically active? Advertisements
The objective of every attack is to get a kill, requiring a combination of finesse and power. This post explains how to get that critical volleyball kill.
Swimming has long been recognised as an essential life skill. We’ve put together some sample exercises you can use when teaching children to swim.
Outdoor Leadership, 2nd Edition is the definitive text for developing student leadership in outdoor and adventure settings.
Most people are aware of the effects physical activity can have on children’s health. However what most of us don’t understand is how physical education (PE) improves other areas of well-being. Although these areas don’t get as much press they are just as important in developing social skills.
We’re pleased to announce we’ll be supporting our partners the International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE) with their upcoming 11th ICCE Global Coach Conference. It takes place from 31st July-2nd August 2017.
The new book, Physical Literacy on the Move, helps teachers develop the physical literacy of their students. In this blog post author Heather Gardner details the importance participant choice has on children’s learning.
Physical Literacy on the Move from Heather Gardner helps you develop the physical literacy of your students. Written to help PE teachers of children and adolescents the book features 120 different games and activities.