Intro To Fitness – Starting The School Year

Intro To Fitness – Starting The School Year

Physical Education this fall, like everything else in our lives with Covid, is going to be very different.

And while there are so many unknowns, in our world of teaching and coaching students, we know one thing will still be the same this coming school year:

Students need an introduction to foundational human movements!

Our Introduction To Fitness program is an introduction to all things movement and fitness! This program aims to provide each and every student a foundation upon which they can develop their personal fitness or performance training moving forward. We seek to cement proper mechanics through all of the fundamental human movements, begin to develop relative strength & mobility while also introducing the concept of capacity.

Program Overview Video – (2 Minutes, 45 Seconds To Watch)

Looking to explore how a program like PLT4M could fit into your Physical Education program this coming year?

First Hand Experiences With Intro To Fitness

Christi Meyer – Physical Education Teacher & Department Chair

“This program is perfect for entry-level PE classes that focus on fitness…The versatile PLT4M program has given my students the motivation they need to pursue their personal fitness goals.

Implementing PLT4M in our entry-level Healthy Lifestyle class has put a research-based program in our student’s hands.”

(Check out Christi Meyer’s Full Article on Implementing Fit 101 and more PLT4M Programs into her curriculum.) 

Options For In Class and At Home!

Intro To Fitness can be teacher led in the classroom, used as a hybrid model with instructional videos and resources, or with fully functional pause and play videos.  

Anyway you choose to deliver the program, it is truly great for everyone! Anyone looking to get into fitness should begin with this fundamental program. Long term results come from setting a good foundation!

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