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What to do with School PE?
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What to do with School PE?

Posted By Administration, Thursday, September 27, 2012

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Others in the medical and legislative fields focus their argument around the 'fat-factor' of childhood obesity.  Studies show that metabolic, fat burning exercise requires 20 minutes with an elevated heart rate.  Even current physical education classes do not deliver that regimen and thus the nation continues to loosen its belt.  If a heart-pounding, sweat-dripping gym class is not practical, then the question remains, "Should the physical be taken out of the eduction?"  In other words, is school the right place place to be physically active – or just a place to learn about it?

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