Physical education

             As some people may think physical education is just throwing the ball out and telling the
             kids to play. Although what they don’t know is Physical Education deals with many different
             aspects, whether it be teaching someone to eat right or funding youth programs. All six of these
             articles helps to define how physical education can help a human being remain healthy
             Physical Education can indeed teach people about nutrition to keep there body image the way they would like it as well as keep people healthy. Also physical education helps to get youngsters involved in today’s sports to keep them healthy and away from the obesity factors. All of these article can not stress enough the way people should be eating or working out in order to remain healthy. Nutrition is a big part of Physical education. Nutrition can help with your mental, physical and social skills. This is so because when you eat right you tend to have more energy, you can think clearer, your skills in your sports begin to shape up, you have a better self image and you feel more comfortable talking to people. Body dissatisfaction has a big part of your nutrition. If a person does not like how they look then they tend to have healthier eating habits because they are trying to lose weight. If people like the way they look then sometimes they lose track of what they are eating and eat unhealthy food and they begin to gain weight.
             Physical education also teaches us different ways in which to stay mentally and physically
             sound. This gives us many different ways to work out and stay in shape whether physically hurt
             or not. Today there are ways to run, even if your legs or ankles have been hurt in any way. This is called deep water running, which has the same effect as if you were running on land. Also today there are many different work out programs. Dan Isaacson has developed one where anyone can lose 10 pounds in 3 wee

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