Which is better for you? Are you in a ‘fit’ or ‘fit to learn’ situation?
Physical education teacher WordPress blog has a new post that tells us what you should do when you’re in a fit to learn situation.
You can read the full post here.
The post explains that if you are at school or work, it’s best to have a flexible schedule to get the most out of your physical education time.
However, if you’re at home, your best option is to plan to go for a walk every other day, because you won’t be spending a lot of time at your desk.
If you have a limited amount of time, then the choice of activity is more up to you.
Physical education teachers have to take into account that the school day is not always the most enjoyable part of your day.
The school day can be filled with activities such as going to class or going out to the shops, or going to a film or theatre to see something new.
You may even be invited to a party or birthday party.
But if you don’t have that flexibility, the best thing to do is to focus on your physical health.
‘Physical activity has a very big impact on physical health and wellbeing’, says Dr Kate Halsey, from the National Centre for Physical Education.
‘So we need to get that right, whether you are a fit student or a less fit student, or whether you have other health conditions that you need to consider.’
Here are some things you should think about before going to school: When you can, get a full day of physical activity at home