Teams are placed around the gym. Students enter at corner with an army crawl and a forward roll. Next, bear crawl through the cave and jump on spots to middle jump circle. Here, students find a bone to match their team. After students find a bone, they play tic-tac-toe one time (either push-ups or sit-ups). Winner will collect a second bone. Students will return to team and tag next player and then perform two laps around the gym.
Teams are placed around the gym. Students enter at corner with an army crawl and a forward roll. Next, bear crawl through the cave and…
Setting a goal is not the main thing. It is deciding how you will go about achieving it and staying with the plan. “Tom Landry”
Setting a goal and achieving a goal are two very different concepts. If done correctly, goal setting can motivate students and athletes to maximize their performance. In many cases, however, goals are set and then left alone. Teachers, managers and coaches may have the best of intentions when they ask their students, athletes, and teams to set goals, but then the “full speed ahead” mentality kicks in and goals are often neglected or forgotten.
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