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Phys Ed Curricula

Here, you will find the basic course material with a few examples given; click the links to dive deeper!

  • Fitness and Wellness Principles
  • Strength and Conditioning Principles
  • Aerobic and Cardiovascular Exercise Principles
  • Sports and Recreation Principles
  • Yoga and Mindfulness Principles


  • Meditation techniques
  • Breath Control
  • Relaxation Techniques


Static Balance, Dynamic Balance, Hand-Eye Coordination

  • Yoga
  • Tai chi


Dynamic Stretching, Static Stretching, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF)

  • Static stretching
  • Dynamic stretching


Running, Sprinting, Jumping, Climbing, Crawling

  • Cardiovascular exercises
  • Endurance training
  • Gymnastics
  • Aikido
  • Capoeira


southern shaolin, muay thai, jiujutsu

  • Basic strikes: punch, kick, elbow, knee
  • Intermediate strikes: hammerfist, ridge hand, backfist, spinning back kick
  • Advanced strikes: flying knee, spinning backfist


jiujutsu, greek wrestling, judo

  • Basic grappling techniques: clinch, takedown, guard
  • Intermediate grappling techniques: mount, side control, half guard
  • Advanced grappling techniques: back control, north-south, leg locks


Judo, Greco-Roman Wrestling

  • Basic throws: hip throw, shoulder throw, foot sweep
  • Intermediate throws: sacrifice throw, hand throw, arm throw
  • Advanced throws: flying mare, kata guruma, ura nage


  • Basics of using weapons for self-defense
  • Types of weapons: stick, staff, club, hammer, knife, sword, polearm

Throwing weapons

  • Types of throwing weapons: shuriken, throwing knives, throwing axes, chakra, javeline

Projectile Weapons

  • Types of ranged weapons: sling shot, Bows & Arrows, harpoon,


  • Safety rules and regulations for handling firearms
  • Shooting range training

Ballistic Weapons

Cannons, Mortars, Rockets, Missiles

(clarification must be made between the different categories of ranged weapons)

Specific Plans within the Curricula

(when expanding this blurb, content should be moved to their respected exacting curriculum within the links above)

      Sun salutations
      Warrior series
      Tree pose
      Child's pose
  Tai chi
      Yang style Tai Chi
      Chen style Tai Chi
      Wu style Tai Chi
  Southern Shaolin
      San Shou
      Tiger Crane
      Five Animals
      Basic joint locks: wrist, elbow, shoulder
      Chokes and strangulations
      Escapes and counters
  Greek wrestling
      Clinch work
      Pinning techniques
  Muay Thai
      Basic strikes: jab, cross, roundhouse kick, knee
      Clinch work
      Elbow strikes
      Basic throws: hip throw, shoulder throw, foot sweep
      Advanced throws: sacrifice throw, hand throw, arm throw
      Ground work: pins, chokes, joint locks

In addition to these, the phys ed curricula could also include the following:

  • Sports and Games: Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Hockey, etc.
  • Fitness and Conditioning: Cardiovascular Conditioning, Strength Training, Plyometrics, Endurance Training, etc.
  • Outdoor Activities: Hiking, Camping, Orienteering, Rock Climbing, etc.
  • Water Sports: Swimming, Diving, Water Polo, Kayaking, etc.

Each of these could have their own specific plans and training regimens, tailored to the needs and goals of the individual or group.

tkonr/church/college/phys_ed.txt · Last modified: 2023/06/02 15:53 by greyheart