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  • Mr. Clement Brode

    JoAnna Connell Elementary School

    Health and Physicial Education K-5

    cbrode@eriesd.org

     

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  • Greetings ladies and gentlemen,


             While we are all away from the school building, it can be hard to come up with ways to stay active on our own. Make no mistake, being active is always important, not just for your heart and lungs, but exercise can also boost your immune system and keep you healthier. Because I don’t know what, if any, equipment you may have at home, I’ve tried to come up with ideas that require very little. Moving is always priority. If you have a ball and a hoop, go out and shoot. If you can kick a soccer ball around your back yard, get going. If you have bikes or roller skates or a hula hoop or a jump rope, these are all great things you can use to get out and move. If you don’t have these, or if getting outside is not a great option for you, I’ve created a few workouts you can do and have added some YouTube videos and links that you can use as well that will get your heart rate up and even make you break a sweat. Whether you go for it all at once or break it up throughout your day, you should get at least 60 minutes of physical activity every day if you can.