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Subject: Phys. Ed.: Instruction & Fitness

The Keys to Learning Movement Series

Sports Training expert Brian Deiker has spent his career devoted to understanding how skilled movements are learned, with the intent of helping others improve their skills in the activities they want to enjoy. This comprehensive how-to series will teach viewers the essentials to "train their brain" to advance Click for more

The Essentials 1: Getting Started

Essentials 1, The: Getting Started

As in all learning situations, it is imperative to plan and prepare before starting out on any new challenge, be it mental or physical. In this introductory program, Sports Training expert Brian Deiker, a longtime advocate of incorporating fundamentals of neuroscience with physical activity, guides viewers through seven essential steps to get started to "train your brain" as to how to tap into your hidden skills and talents. One chapter explains aspects of neuroscience, which include: Neuron; Dendrite; Axon; Synapse; Neural Connections; Gray Matter; White Matter; Nutrient; Oxygen; Optimize; Glucose; Brain Plasticity (neuroplasticity); but the heart of the program is designed to encourage viewers of all ages, and especially children and teens, to get up, get moving, and challenge yourself to learn new "stuff." The seven fun, view-and-do chapters include: Balance; Rope Jumping; Soccer Juggling; Juggling Matters; The Wall; Focus; Rhythm and Timing. Practicing this group of "essentials" is certain to strengthen a viewer's brain and make learning an easier process; so watch, practice and learn! 2010 PIJSCA 30 min.
Also Featuring Brian Deiker: Baseball: Fundamental Baseball





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