Captain Kinetic has sent me a circuit to do with you today. I hope you enjoy!
Here is a short fitness circuit for you to follow. You don’t need any equipment, just press play and follow along.
This is a short video showing children different stretches that will help improve their flexibility – join in, and enjoy the stretch!
For this short workout each pupil will need one cone and a little bit of space. This can be done in KS1 or KS2…
Captain Kinetic question for you today is, what muscles are being used in each exercise? This is a pyramid session today, so find a space and let’s go
For today’s challenge watch this clip to see how to play the game fly, an excellent jumping game. Then go outside to see if you can take the challenge.
This is a full body workout today. How many different muscles did you use in it today?
My challenge for you today is to get outside and see if you can do walking lunges across the length of the field.
Today we are looking at the importance of balance.
This is a full body workout that will gradually increase your heart rate.
This is a full body boxing circuit today. So put them fists up and let’s get going.
This is an upper body workout, which works on your power and strength through boxing.
This is a kicking challenge that Captain Kinetic has set for you today.
Captain Kinetic gave me a workout to help you develop muscle endurance in your legs today. There are only 3 exercise but we repeat them 5 times, so it’s simple but tough.
This is a hopping challenge!
Just press play and have a go!
This workout progresses from last week.
It has 9 exercise that each last for 25 seconds, with no rest.
Try to complete the workout twice.
It says KS1 but can be completed by KS2 as well 🙂
You will need a tennis ball between two for these two co-ordination challenges…
Why not film your practise and post it on the Blog?
Captain Kinetic 🙂
This week, you’ll need to go in the hall for your movement challenge – you can do this at home as well! Why not get the whole family involved!?
Thanks for helping us Rachel!
Captain Kinetic 🙂
This workout is a pyramid. You complete 10 repetitions of 2 different exercises then 9,8,7 until you get to 1. Then you work your way back up from 1 to 10. Just click the link and follow along.
Lunge Challenge. Just click the link and get your class to follow along, developing muscular endurance in their legs!
Here’s an energetic ‘classroom moves’ workout for you! You can probably do this at home as well, but you’ll need a table and a chair.
Place you hands on the table in front of you, jump with both feet to kneel onto the table. Once you’re up there, sit tall on your knees/shins and claps you hands above your head three times. x10
Chair Squat Jumps
Turn your chair so it has space in front of it. Stand with your feet hip width apart. Sit down onto the chair, then stand up straight away. Once you’ve stood up, jump with both feet into the air! x15
Kneel in front of your chair, holding onto the edges of the chair seat with your hands. Keep your tummy pulled in gently and do a ‘press up’ onto the chair. Be careful not to let your hips ‘dip’ down – keep your body from your shoulders down to your knees, straight. Push down on the chair, not forwards onto it (you don’t want it to slide away!) x 10
Stand with the bottom of your chair on the top of your head. Hold onto the edges of the chair seat. Press the chair into the air by straightening both arms straight upwards. Bring it back down to gently ‘tap’ your head then push it up again. x10
Step Up Chairs
Put two chairs next to each other. Hold a friend’s hand. Step up onto the chair, one foot at a time, then step back down. Once you’re up, stand up tall on both feet. Keep your balance the whole time. If it gets too difficult, just have a walk around the classroom instead. x5 on each leg
Do this circuit (one exercise after the other) once through, then go through it again, and again if you have lots of energy…so 2-3 circuits!
How did you get on?
Captain Kinetic 🙂
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