Physical Education

Why PE?

Physical Exercise and What it Can Do for You: There's a reason that you are told from a young age about how important exercise is for proper health levels for your body and mind. Experts regard physical exercise as a very important aspect of the things people can do on a daily basis to increase their overall health. When combined with a well balanced diet, proper exercise can lead to a better feeling body and a clearer thinking mind. If you want to have the optimal level of health for the rest of your life, you need to make sure that you exercise on a daily basis and get your heart rate working harder than it normally does. Anyone who has been inactive for a few years will start feeling lethargic and lazy for many hours of the day, so they will need to start working out if they want to change the way they feel for most hours of the day. The physical activity level does not even need to be that intense to start benefiting your body. Even a walk once a day will be better than just sitting on the couch and watching television. Once you start feeling the initial benefits of working out and getting healthy, you will likely realize how important a regular workout can be. By workout out on a regular basis, you will lower your risk for many diseases involving the heart and diabetes, and your immune system will actually improve its ability to fight off disease. The benefits of exercise definitely outweigh the rather slim number of benefits found from sitting around all day.

Courses

  • PE 1
  • PE 2
  • Adapted PE
  • Weight Training

Faculty

ThomasBriggstbriggs@muhsd.org
JasonDuyetteMr. Duyette's Teacher Websitejduyette@muhsd.org
JohnPettyjpetty@muhsd.org
ChristinaSchiewekMs. Schiewek's Teacher Websitecschiewek@muhsd.org