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Six things you need to know about supplements

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In an ideal world, a balanced diet provides all the nutrients we need. But our crazy obsession with healthy eating has led us to believe supplements are vital for our health. - New Zealand Herald

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If we eat a healthy diet, shouldnt we be getting all the nutrients we need?

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Michelle Moorcroft's comment, September 16, 2013 5:58 AM
Unfortunately most people are not eating a healthy diet because they cannot afford to do so or for poor food choices and are not getting the nutrients needed.
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Mental Conditioning: Teaching Resilience and Recovery - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

Mental Conditioning: Teaching Resilience and Recovery - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it

For an athlete to develop total mental toughness, he/she must be able to deal with adversity effectively.  This ability is less about striving for perfection and more about developing emotional resilience.


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Luis Valdes's curator insight, September 18, 2013 1:57 PM

My newest blogpost from Performance Vertical Consulting!

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YEAR 12 HPE - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY (Emotional resilience)

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ACC Human Performance/Health Sciences: No Train No Gain - TRAINING PRINCIPLES & METHODS

ACC Human Performance/Health Sciences: No Train No Gain - TRAINING PRINCIPLES & METHODS | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it
Intensity- n. the extreme magnitude or amount of strength, force, energy, or feeling that something has.  The word, intensity, is commonly used by people to describe the degree to which something is challenging or difficult, just like the dictionary defines it as.  This is no different when it comes to describing a workout.  Many people run in the other direction when they hear the words, “vigorous exercise” or “intense workout”.  No pun intended.  However, in the fitness world, the word intensity is used for different purposes.  Further, the benefits of participating in regular vigorous exercise are becoming more and more apparent. 

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, September 17, 2013 5:12 AM

YEAR 11/12 HPE - TRAINING PRINCIPLES (Intensity chart) & INTERVAL Training method variations - INFOGRAPHICS.

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Rugby: Du Plessis card was wrong - IRB - Sport - NZ Herald News

Rugby: Du Plessis card was wrong - IRB - Sport - NZ Herald News | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it
A review by the International Rugby Board has found that South Africa hooker Bismarck du Plessis should not have received his first yellow card against the All Blacks at Eden Park - New Zealand Herald...
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Referring under pressure, leads to poor decision.

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The PE Geek Podcast

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The PE Geek Podcast is the number one destination for anyone interested in utilising technologies within their Physical Education classroom. The Podcast explores current tools, trends and classroom proven ideas.
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Great podcasts for blended learning in Physical Education. Definitely a must listen!

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How Long Does It Take To Burn Off That Big Mac?!

How Long Does It Take To Burn Off That Big Mac?! | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it

Check out this infographic that may just make you reconsider that McDonald’s stop or that extra slice of pizza! Don’t waste your time on the treadmill throwing away all your hard work by eating a high calorie high fat meal!


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Craig Crossley's curator insight, July 28, 2013 5:36 AM

Possible consideration for Term 4 YEAR 9 HPE ASSIGNMENT

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Stages Of Skill Acquisition - SKILL ACQUISITION

Stages Of Skill Acquisition - SKILL ACQUISITION | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it

The first stage of skill learning is the cognitive stage. The fundamental requirement here is that the athlete gains an understanding of the task required. This will necessitate knowing what to do and an insight about how to do it.


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Craig Crossley's curator insight, August 27, 2013 11:41 PM

YEAR 11 HPE - SKILL ACQUISITION (Stages of Learning)

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Extrinsic vs Intrinsic Motivation - The Sport In Mind – SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

Extrinsic vs Intrinsic Motivation - The Sport In Mind – SPORT PSYCHOLOGY | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it

Extrinsic motivation is ‘external’: people – in this case athletes – are driven to succeed by factors from outside i.e. money, prizes, acclaim, status, praise. Intrinsic motivation comes from within i.e. an athlete driven by a need to succeed because they want to be the best and are not overly concerned by financial or ego boosts


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Craig Crossley's curator insight, August 4, 2013 10:06 PM

YEAR 12 HPE - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY (Motivation)

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10 Simple Tips For Better Teaching With Tablets - Teachers With Apps

10 Simple Tips For Better Teaching With Tablets - Teachers With Apps | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it

"Teachers can’t escape the growing trend of technology in the classroom.  It’s more than just hype.  More schools are buying tablets for use in the classroom, with Apple’s tablet sales to the education sector doubling last year.

 

As a mobile software company whose product is used extensively in education, we dream big about the future of technology in the classroom.  We have worked with numerous great teachers who have successfully leveraged tablets to improve the learning experience for students.

 

Are you tempted to join the trend?  Here are ten tips for introducing tablets into your classroom."


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Genie Alva's curator insight, September 3, 2013 8:27 AM

Thank you!

Pam Christie Evans's curator insight, September 3, 2013 11:01 AM

Thanks for the great ideals

Sandrine Pac-Kenny's comment, September 5, 2013 2:24 AM
So true!
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PE and Exergaming | Motion Fitness Official Blog Site

PE and Exergaming | Motion Fitness Official Blog Site | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it
My name is Joe McCarthy and I teach elementary Physical Education at Meadowview Elementary School in Farmington MN.  I want to share our story regarding the (PE and Exergaming.

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Why We Choke When All Is on the Line - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

Why We Choke When All Is on the Line - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it

One second left on the clock, and the basketball star who seems to be able to make any shot from anywhere on the court has just been fouled. His team is two points behind, but no worry.

All he has to do is make two free throws, a piece of cake for someone of his talents.


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Craig Crossley's curator insight, August 19, 2013 6:21 PM

 

The first shot is perfect, nothing but net. The second came straight from hell, rolling around the rim and dropping off to the side. Game over.

It's happened to all of us, although not necessarily on a basketball court. The big moment arrives, and we've done it so many times before that we don't even have to think about it.

 

YEAR 12 HPE - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY (Choking/Making the big plays when it counts)

Mike Margolies's curator insight, August 20, 2013 11:47 AM

Well basically... I help people in sports and business, not CHOKE.  This is a post I found about choking. A simple report to give people an idea about what we do.

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How to get into the habit of exercise and stay there - FIGUEROAS FRAMEWORK (Individual Level & Interpersonal Level)

How to get into the habit of exercise and stay there - FIGUEROAS FRAMEWORK (Individual Level & Interpersonal Level) | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it

Perhaps Nike was on to something when it unveiled the three-word slogan “Just Do It” 25 years ago. But is making exercise a habit really that simple? 


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Craig Crossley's curator insight, August 26, 2013 4:32 AM

“Working out has to have an emotional payoff in order for you to continue,” says personal trainer Rusty Roussel. “Anyone who eats well and exercises on a regular basis will have a physical benefit, but those who attach something meaningful to what they are doing are the ones who are going to be happy and steadfast.”


YEAR 11 HPE - FIGUEROAS FRAMEWORK (Individual & Interpersonal Level)



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7 habits of highly effective teachers who use Technology

7 habits of highly effective teachers who use Technology | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, August 28, 2013 10:31 PM

Is this you?

Audrey's comment, August 30, 2013 8:38 AM
Definitely. Would agree 100%!!
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Emotional Thermometer – Controlling competition anxiety - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

Emotional Thermometer – Controlling competition anxiety - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it

Competition anxiety will affect all of us, although the extent to which it strikes varies from athlete to athlete. We are often told “it’s good to be a bit nervous” but anything more than a few butterflies in your stomach can prevent you from reaching your full performance potential. In order to perform at a standard you are physically capable of it is crucial you learn how to control competition anxiety.


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Craig Crossley's curator insight, September 18, 2013 6:29 PM

YEAR 12 HPE - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY (Controlling emotions/Anxiety)

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California pregnant woman's weightlifting routine sparks online firestorm

California pregnant woman's weightlifting routine sparks online firestorm | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it
Many pregnant women can't lift their own bodies out of bed. Not Lea-Ann Ellison. The Los Angeles mom is lifting weights—as in 75-pound barbells—only weeks before her due date. Last week, Ellison be...
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Six things you need to know about supplements

Six things you need to know about supplements | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it
In an ideal world, a balanced diet provides all the nutrients we need. But our crazy obsession with healthy eating has led us to believe supplements are vital for our health. - New Zealand Herald

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If we eat a healthy diet, shouldnt we be getting all the nutrients we need?

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Michelle Moorcroft's comment, September 16, 2013 5:58 AM
Unfortunately most people are not eating a healthy diet because they cannot afford to do so or for poor food choices and are not getting the nutrients needed.
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Top Apps for PE Teachers - Part 27 | The P.E Geek

Top Apps for PE Teachers - Part 27 | The P.E Geek | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it
Top Apps for PE Teachers - Part 27

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, July 25, 2013 10:14 PM

As mentioned in a blog post earlier this year, this incredible app makes it possible to easily tag video and produce what is essentially a highlight montage. Essentially the user plays back recorded video and taps the screen when interesting events occur, tagging them with an associated keyword. On completion users can review the tagged events by keyword and export directly to the camera roll. Brilliant.

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Fallen Idols: Therapist On Talking To Kids About Doping Athletes

Fallen Idols: Therapist On Talking To Kids About Doping Athletes | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it
How to talk to your kids about their favorite athletes and performance enhancing drugs.

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, July 30, 2013 8:06 PM

How do you tell your kids that their sports heroes are no longer heroes? Do the stars stop being heroes to your kids? How do you tell an eight-year-old that the homeruns Sammy Sosa hit are somehow not real? They sure looked real when the made their way out of the park…

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It won't happen again: Goodes kicks himself for one that got away - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

It won't happen again: Goodes kicks himself for one that got away - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it
IT IS a dream played out by youngsters in backyards and parks around the country every week, but for Adam Goodes the dream became a nightmare on Saturday night.

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, September 8, 2013 6:10 AM

YEAR 12 HPE TERM 4  - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY (Introduction reading/video)

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Creating Multimodals in Physical Education: The Game Plan

Creating Multimodals in Physical Education: The Game Plan | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it
Great work with @annitix and @jellk and #HPE Dept. Creating Multimodals in Physical Education: The Game Plan http://t.co/EWmTVBY40c

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Craig Crossley's comment, August 29, 2013 1:59 AM
AWESOME - ideas for my Yr 11/12 mutil modal assessment
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Help, I've run out of motivation

Help, I've run out of motivation | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it
Have you ever left your mojo at the finish line of a big race?

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Larisa Ens's curator insight, August 23, 2013 11:39 AM

It's comforting to hear that others have trouble lacing up those sneakers and getting out the door to exercise. Even those that are viewed as 'athletes' have trouble with motivation from time to time. Some great tips to just get going as we know we will feel better once we're moving.

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50 Tips for Serious Athletes - TRAINING METHODS

50 Tips for Serious Athletes - TRAINING METHODS | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it

50 Training Tips for Serious Athletes - Here's a couple of examples....

 

1. Wanna get faster for your sport? You need to sprint. Work on your acceleration first with short sprints of 5-25 yards. Later on, extend those distances to 40-60 yards or more.

 

6. If you're looking for a great way to work speed, leg strength, technique, and conditioning all in one workout, look no  further than hill sprints.

Hill sprints can be done anytime and anywhere there's a big scary hill. For early off-season workouts there really is no better way to build a base in each of the aspects listed above. Find a 40-60 yard hill and rip it!


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Craig Crossley's curator insight, August 12, 2013 11:04 PM

YEAR 11/12 HPE - TRAINING METHODS (Interval to Hills to Resistance)

 

Some great old-school, no garbage advice for those looking to improve....

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Help, I've run out of motivation - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

Help, I've run out of motivation - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it
Have you ever left your mojo at the finish line of a big race?

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, August 19, 2013 11:36 PM

You’ve set yourself a goal race, trained diligently for it, completed it,  enjoyed a massive dose of runner’s high ... then, days later, said to yourself:  “I should go for a run, but I can’t be bothered"

 

YEAR 12 HPE - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY (Motivation)

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Ask Well: Eating Before Exercise

Ask Well: Eating Before Exercise | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it

The Phys Ed columnist Gretchen Reynolds responds to reader questions about fitness.


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Craig Crossley's curator insight, August 26, 2013 10:09 PM

Debunking some myths...

 

Twenty years ago, when I was misspending my youth training for 10K races and the occasional marathon, runners and other endurance athletes were strongly advised to avoid eating in the hour or so before exercise.

 

Seems things are not quite so clear cut....

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PE and Exergaming | Motion Fitness Official Blog Site

PE and Exergaming | Motion Fitness Official Blog Site | Physical Education OAS | Scoop.it
My name is Joe McCarthy and I teach elementary Physical Education at Meadowview Elementary School in Farmington MN.  I want to share our story regarding the (PE and Exergaming.

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