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Dancing, sports share common ground

Footwork, tempo, rhythm, pivot, crossover. That terminology turns up regularly in sports practice. Or was it dance rehearsal? The disciplines of sports and dancing share more than language, experts say. Each activity can benefit participants in the other field, and some...

source: By Bob Kowalski
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Looking for more ideas for your classroom this back-to-school season? As a SHAPE America member, you have access to monthly activity calendars for elementary and secondary, in both English and Spanish. The "Ten at a Time" activity calendar is also a great resource for people...

source: SHAPE America

As little feet glided from side-to-side across the gym floor at the Stone Street Youth Pavilion, an intense burst of energy circulated the room as children from the Lejeune community danced their hearts out during the Kids Cardio Dance group exercise class led by Laura Rodriguez,...

source: The Globe

Dance is a form of exercise that integrates the mind, body and soul, and it works for all ages and skill levels. Dance can activate the antigravity muscles of the neck and back and help restore our posture. It also helps to lengthen and strengthen muscles and improves joint...

source: Daily News

A new study conducted by the Korey Stringer Institute at the University of Connecticut ranks all 50 states and the District of Columbia on whether they've implemented key sports safety policies that can prevent serious injuries and deaths of high school athletes. The policies...

source: TIME

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source: SHAPE America

Involvement of teachers as participants in school recess — leading games, monitoring play and ensuring conflicts — may boost kids' physical activity, a new study has found. Recess is seen by educators and policymakers as a valuable part of a child's school day,...

source: Doctor NDTV

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