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More enjoyable physical education activities

CoachBob

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Physical education classes were more enjoyable for both the students and teachers alike when the class size allowed something other than just calisthenics and running laps. I don't recall seeing crab soccer but the view of the boy third from the right shows why a formal "jock check" wasn't always necessary.
Pyramids were a very common activity but one which probably fell victim to coed classes and potential injury concerns. Anyone remember either of these activities in your PE classes?



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15071jock

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CRAB SOCCER in HS was least popular PE activity. BUT, did offer good visuals--I could have been that be-spectacled freshman boy (until Coach said I should choose a PE tennis option & picked me for swim team). Coach also supervised body shaving sessions--THAT was enjoyable PE acitivity...
 
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