Introduce a morning power-walking club at your school

January 18, 2017 at 1:00 pm Leave a comment

The November/December 2016 issue of JOPERD (Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance) includes an article by Armstrong, Lee and Napper-Owen titled Developing a Before-School Physical Activity Club: Start with a Power-Walking Program. From page 42 “the purpose of this article is to describe how to effectively initiate and maintain an school-based morning activity program and to provide practitioners with a guide to implement a power-walking club.”

Get moving – before school starts. What a great way to shake of the holiday excesses, get up and moving,  and may attract students who really don’t enjoy team sport events, and energize them for the whole day.

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