Physical Education Apps, Tools, and Resources That We Love
Are you looking for physical education apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Just Dance NowMotor Skills– Dance to your favorite hits from over 300 songs available on Just Dance. Release your inner dance with this app and enjoy great choreographies without a video game console. All you need is an Internet-connected device such as Apple TV, iPad, computer, or Chromecast. The latest installment comes with an additional 42 games which are available on video game consoles.
Ballet for Beginners– An introduction to ballet lessons for newbies with about 230 beginner lessons and some intermediate level routines. Lessons include ballet jumps, ballet glissade, ballet stretches, pique ballet movements, and the battement degage ballet position.
iDance!– An energetic and interesting way to keep fit and find the center of your rhythm. You’ll be able to learn any form of dance steps in vogue. The app includes a lot of dance styles to choose from, and our professional instructors will guide you through moves and steps for various dance styles from disco, cub freestyle, bachata, salsa, samba, Bollywood, hip-hop, swing, and merengue.
Hudl Technique– Improving at any sport is achieved easily with Hudl Technique, formerly known as Ubersense. Sportsmen and women, as well as coaches in over 40 sports, use the Hudl Technique to analyze their performances in very slow motion and compare how they are faring to that of a professional. It can be easily used on iPads, iPhones, or iTouch cameras to record
and break down your technique for immediate feedback during a game, race, or practice session.
CoachTube – CoachTube is designed for coaches to create online courses and content for easy access by students and athletes. It employs the expertise of the top coaches from around the world to develop the best quality of material possible. Students can watch videos anytime. It encourages practice sessions for developing hands-on skills in a wide range of sports, including baseball, football, soccer, basketball, lacrosse, tennis, track and field, hockey, and much more.