Understand how circuit training alternates stations between aerobic activities and strength/flexibility exercises.
Utilize the 9 iron and 3 woods properly as demonstrated by the instructor.
Follow all safety rules previously learned.
NATIONAL STANDARDS: 1-5
Introductory Activity (2-3 Minutes)
Builders and Destroyers
Place about 30 cones on the gym floor in a scatter formation with half the cones tipped over. Half of the students are the builders trying to set up all the cones, and the other half of the students are the destroyers tipping over the cones. After 15 to 20 seconds, stop the activity and see how many cones are in each position. Challenge the groups to improve that number during the next attempt.
Quickly divide the class in half by going toe to toe.
Place cones around the perimeter of the area and have students acquire a cone and set it up or lay it down depending on their team status.
Fitness Development (8-12 Minutes)
Students do the best they can at each station within the time limit. This implies that not all youngsters are required to do the same workload. Students differ and their ability to perform fitness workloads varies. Make fitness a personal challenge.
Rope Jumping Push-Ups Agility Run Lower Leg Stretch Juggling Scarves Curl-Ups with Twist Alternate Leg Extension Tortoise and Hare Bear Hug
Conclude circuit training with 2-4 minutes of walking, jogging, rope jumping or other self-paced aerobic activity
Tape alternating segments of silence and music to signal duration of exercise. Music segments (begin at 35 seconds) indicate activity at each station while intervals of silence (10 seconds) announce it is time to stop and move forward to the next station.
Use signals such as start, stop, and move up to ensure rapid movement to the next station.
Ask students to do their personal best they can. Expect workloads to differ.
Lesson Focus (15-20 Minutes)
Full Swing with 9-iron and 3-wood.
Go over instructions on the Reciprocal Task Sheets (#10 and #11) that follow.
Have students take a 9 iron and 3 wood, a clipboard, task sheets, and 10 golf balls each. Go to the practice area.
Use “Back to Back” to create pairs.
Explain Reciprocal Task Sheets #10 and #11.
Review elements of full swing. Demonstrate with the wood.
While practicing the Full Swing, make sure that no one is behind you.