My mentor teacher incorporates modified Tabata exercises throughout her lessons!
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Most days we start our day power walking or running the track which happens to be right outside the classroom. After long periods of sitting we do Brain Breaks. I make sure our stretching crosses the midline. Finally my Fitbit reminds me to get up and move and i know that if I need it, so does my fourth grade class.
I use GoNoodle. Kids love it and it even has things tied into academics.
Regular exercise changes the mind to develop memory and thinking skills. There are plenty of good reasons to be bodily active. Big ones contain reducing the odds of increasing heart illness, stroke or diabetes. Possibly you want to lose mass, lower your blood force, prevent despair, or just look better.
Adventures are also one of the best ways to motivate you to brain and exercise.
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