Jump ropes and juggling scarves for Circuit Training
Signs and music for Circuit Training
The student will:
Participate in the Combination Movements activities following the steps directed by the teacher.
Participate in Circuit Training Exercises involving locomotor, strength, and flexibility activities.
Be able to throw the ball in and thigh trap 10 times with a partner as demonstrated by the instructor.
Demonstrate foot juggling skills with a Hacky Sack during the game portion of class.
NATIONAL STANDARDS: 1-5
Introductory Activity (2-3 Minutes)
Teacher calls out movements and students follow. Movement suggestions: hop, turn around, and shake; jump, make shape in air, and balance; skip, collapse, and roll; curl, roll, jump with 1/2 turn; whirl, skip, sink slowly; hop, collapse, creep; kneel, sway, jump to feet.
After each movement phrase, student will skip while waiting for next instruction.
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.