Every day P.E. activities for 4th-6th graders

Originally published in Hard2Guard Player Development Newsletters, Volume 6.

A physical education teacher asked for help in designing his curriculum. He asked for the three to five exercises that I would do in every class with 4th-6th graders. Without knowing about available equipment, class size, teacher experience, and other important programing variables, I would play tag, crawl, sprint, and do some form of dexterity/coordination exercise such as juggling in every class. […]

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Issue 2 How to Juggle Issue 3 Woodward focuses on ‘extra 1%’ with enlistment of vision expert from World Cup staff Tyreke Evans’ Euro-Step Tyreke Evans’ Stride-Stop Issue 4 Long-term Athlete Development: Trainability in childhood and adolescence, windows of opportunity, optimal trainability Finishing what he starts – Brooks gets tricky to score around much bigger players Read more about Hard2Guard Player Development Newsletter, Vol. 4 Links[…]

Improving Peripheral Vision: Learning to Juggle

In Brian McCormick’s Hard2Guard Player Development Newsletter, Vol. 4, I referenced a study that said that juggling helps to improve brain pathways involved in peripheral vision, among other things. I referred to my week learning to juggle and referenced the video below: Originally published in Hard2Guard Player Development Newsletter, Volume 4. For similar content, subscribe to Read more about Improving Peripheral Vision: Learning to Juggle[…]