How to organize pull their weight – Childhood Obesity Prevention Program in the PE Class

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This article allows readers to understand the basic proposition that “children who can perform pull ups can not be obese, children who are obese can not perform pull ups, and teach kids to be able to perform pull ups immunizes them against obesity as long as they retain the ability. “Now, if I were still a physical education teacher today, and I wanted to do something significant and measurable to combat the growing problem of childhood obesity in this country, I want to do the following part to help turn the tide.

• I would start the year off to test my students in a variety of functional fitness activities, but I would pay special attention to reducing ups.

• I will divide students into two groups, those who can do at least one pull up (Group X), and those who can not make any pull ups (group Y).

• I would then divide the students into groups of the same size and each team had to have at least one student who can do a pull ups (the group X).

• I would make the student (s) from among X responsible for helping students from among Y learn to do pull ups, and reward the results accordingly.

• I would create at least one (and probably three or four) height adjustable pull up station, and show all the students how to use strategy leg assisted pull ups, “inching” their way up the chain until they Run to the end of the foot support and can do regularly pull ups.

• I also want to have a total Gym to help students with special weight problems that make regular, measurable success for regular pull ups.

• I want to introduce practical context in which kids would understand good nutrition habits, implement and monitor it.

• I would make sure that all of the group X knows how to work correctly with his teammates from the group Y.

• I would like to stack the deck and build a small but regular success (motivation ) in the program for all participants

• I would make quarterly checks to see what is happening in each group.

• I would look at the possibility of having some in-class, within a degree, even in school competitions, be sure to compare the group to a group instead of individual students to individual students.

• As far as individual students are concerned, I would encourage self-race of competition with other students.

• The first objective is to ensure that all participants make regular, tangible progress over significant time … at least 12 weeks. This will establish a pattern of official results, and internalize motivation.

• primary long-term goal, of course, would be to significantly increase the percentage of students who are members of the group X quarter, semester to semester year to year.

• I want to create regular releases (on school letterhead) to local media could keep updated and would report regularly on how we are to attack childhood obesity in our school.

• I would build PYOW website so computerized generation can check out all kinds of related items when they are on the line.

• I would include the private sector, many of whom are anxious to be defined, even strengthen public education results in a variety of ways.

• I would organize an annual Thon pull up the school to help raise funds to benefit worthwhile, local charity.

• I would try to monitor all kinds of behavior, including academic success.

• I would make it an honor to participate. Forcing participation turns pull ups in practice and actually reduces the value of students.

• I want to take advantage of the fact that all students want to be strong, not weak, I would cultivate a mentality favoring strength and independence of weakness and dependence.

• I would say other physical teachers on this program and encourage them to develop applications on their own for their own pupils.

• I would find a company in the region that want to strengthen PYOW employee wellness programs, and have students explain and design their program.

• I would find the police and fire departments that want to participate and have students explain and design their program.

• I would find teachers in schools that want to participate and have students explain and design their program.

• I would find the parents who would like to participate and have students design PYOW their program.

• I would go to City Hall and at the politicians who would like to participate, etc.

• I would go to make districts, boys and girls clubs, YM / WCA’s, Health Clubs, Pre-Schools, churches, to find out who else in the community would like to be able to physically Pull your weight, then encourage students to help them do it.

• I would encourage students to take pride in the match is their (and generally in other people’s) success.

• I’m going to add more things to do when and if they come to me.

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