Valentines Day Brain Break Party! (Warmup + Freeze Dance + Cool Down)
Valentines Day Brain Break Party!
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Get your kids moving with this instant valentines pe warmup or classroom brain break. Keep em going with more valentines day exercises, followed by freeze dance party, mindfulness / recovery breathing and a short yoga stretching cool down.
Follow the music, and copy the moves!
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This is my new favorite way to warm up in elementary pe class during the valentines season. I use as an easy K-5 daily warmup that includes warmup stretches & exercises, a freeze dance party and yoga cool down breathing.
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Would you rather Valentines Theme Tabata Music Edition!! Pick a This or That exercise and copy the moves!
(Valentines TABATA Workout for Kids)
Holiday Would you Rather Workout Trap TABATA music part 1 from Coach Meger Fitness Games! Follow along with the music and copy the move you'd rather This or that fitness ! It's holiday time yall! Stay safe, Stay active.
This would you rather holiday theme interval workout assistant shows new workouts every 30 seconds for up to 8 stations. This allows the teacher to group students in a number of ways and workout to a variety of exercise stations.
TABATA is a form of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) used by fitness programs ranging from elementary PE to professional athletes. Each exercise in a given Tabata workout lasts only four minutes, but it's likely to be a pretty sweaty four minutes if you're doing it right. The structure of the program is as follows:
Work out hard for 30
Rest for 10
Complete 8 rounds.
You push yourself as hard as you can for 30 seconds and rest for 10 seconds. This is one set. You'll complete eight sets of each exercise.
This is a very simple fitness activity we sometimes use to warm up the students in our elementary PE class.
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*While this is an effective teaching aide for the vast majority of students, it does contain flashing images and contrasting colors. Around 1 in 100 people has epilepsy. Of these individuals, around 3% have "Photosensitive Epilepsy". This means that roughly 3 in 10,000 students should not watch the video to avoid being triggered. Know your students! If one of them has Photosensitive Epilepsy, be careful with what you let them watch ????