Physical Activity Ideas

Physical Activity Ideas for At Home - COVID-19

Physical Activity Ideas for At Home during COVID-19

As we work through COVID-19 many have reached out for activities that will help keep everyone moving. Here are a few resources to check out. Thank you to the many physical educators online that have been sharing many resources. Also a shout-out to our own Corey Loffswold at Liberty Elementary for sharing. I am also sharing many ideas on https://www.facebook.com/artsandcommunityengagement/

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At Home Learning and Fitness

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Cup Stacking

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Videos for Cup Stacking

Videos for Cup Stacking and Fitness

https://www.speedstacks.com/home/

Keeping Kids In Motion

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Family Scavenger Hunt

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Family Outdoor Scavenger Hunt: A great way for you and your family to move your bodies together. This comes from Ross Chakrian

Design Your Own Workout

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Design a Workout: A great way to give students a choice as to what they want to work out. Can print out and cut out and place into sheet for workout or just pull up and view and follow along with what exercises you wish to do. You modify as you see fit to make it work for you and your family. This comes from Phys Ed. Review

Race 100-200

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Race to 100-200: Have a piece of paper, pencil, and a dice you can play. You can print off or have students write numbers to 100 or 200 on the paper. Roll the dice and do the exercise connected with that number. Who can get to 100-200 first. This comes from Rob Pohlner.

Beachbody Kids Videos - Free

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Click this link to get to several videos - great workouts for kids! https://vimeo.com/showcase/6880106

Cosmic Kids Yoga: 5-30 minute kid friendly yoga workouts set to popular stories like Frozen, Star Wars and Harry Potter

The Very Hungry Caterpillar | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!
We're Going on a Bear Hunt | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!
Star Wars (The Force Awakens) | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!
Frozen | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!
Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!

Glenn Higgins Fitness: Superhero themed kids exercise videos

KYLO REN Star Wars SITH WORKOUT (THE RISE OF SKYWALKER)
Star Wars JEDI WORKOUT (RISE OF SKYWALKER)
STAR WARS Lightsaber TABATA Workout

Daily Work Outs - Darebee

Fantastic Website with many workouts available with and without equipment


https://darebee.com/workouts.html

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Planet Fitness Offers Homeworkouts on YouTube and Facebook Live

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FREE Home Work-In with professional driver Joey Logano

YMCA On Demand Videos

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No Equipment Fitness for those with limited movement

Vitality is a light 30-day no-equipment fitness program designed for anyone with a limited range of movement and/or recovering from illness or injury. It’s a perfect program for seniors who are not used to exercise and anyone who is trying to stay active without overloading the body.

The program only includes standing exercises and can be scaled up or down depending on one’s fitness level. The circuits focus on general fitness and wellbeing, workouts include light cardio, upper body strength, tendons focus and stretching.


https://darebee.com/programs/vitality-program.html

Ideas from our Iowa Heath and Physical Education Educators

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Pat Toben

Arts and Community Engagement Program Coordinator

Sioux City Community Schools

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