ABOUT THE AUTHOR: MIKE WINKLER
- Archbishop Hoban High School (OH) Director of Strength and Conditioning
- NHSSCA Ohio State Director
- NHSSCA Regional Strength Coach Of The Year (2019)
- Featured on PLT4M’s Chalk Talk Podcast
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Why should we invest in proper Physical Education for all students?
The mental, physical, & emotional benefits are clear - we can help set up the next generation for a longer, healthier, happier life!
Health Benefits Of Physical Education In Schools
We outline and review the short and long-term health benefits of physical education in schools. Check it out!
🚨🚨🚨 Exciting new partnership!
Empowering the next generation of students takes a holistic approach. This partnership deepens the opportunities for schools to invest in the total health and wellness of students.
"Course offerings are geared towards our students.
Students pick their classes, so they have ownership in what they are doing.
It creates fun and engaging classes that, in turn, give students the tools for lifelong fitness in their worlds.”
Student Choice Physical Education at Mosinee High School
The physical education program at Mosinee High School in Wisconsin is all about student choice. See how they do it!
Are lawn games a fun, engaging way to effectively teach a wide array of motor skills in Physical Education?
Kan Jam For Physical Education
Kan Jam is an excellent game to add to your physical education curriculum. Check out 8 Kan Jam videos from PLT4M.
Summer Workouts: Work together, win together.
With another summer off-season coming to a close, did you achieve your goals as a team? A school?
Schuylerville Football Summer Workouts
PLT4M took a road trip to Schuylerville High School in New York to check out a day in the life of the football summer workouts program.
How do you go about measure student performance and tracking progress over time when it comes to a subject like Physical Education?
Tracking Student Progress In Physical Education
This article explores the why, what, when, and how of tracking student progress in physical education. Check it out!