•                                                                      Home Fitness Workouts

     I miss all of my students and can’t wait to see you!  Remember KEEP ACTIVE AND STAY HEALTHY.  Below are some Home Fitness exercises to guide you.  Do them anytime such as in between commercials to your favorite show, after school activities or when you need an energy boost.  Thanks-Mr. Irving

     

    First grade:

    1)      March in place-knees high arms swinging

    2)      Couch squats-Sit down on couch slowly and stand back up-try not to slump your back and shoulders

    3)     Head, shoulders, knees and toes-Touch the top of your head followed by your shoulders, then knees and toes.  (Repeat and sing)

    4)      One foot in the air balance-move foot sideways, raise foot up and down.

    5)     Jumping Jacks-Raise hands from side over your head as your feet move away and back.    

     

    Second grade

    1)      Jogging in place-without moving forward or backwards, pretend you’re running or jogging until you feel tired.

    2)      Chair squats-Sit down on chair slowly and stand back up-try not to slump your back and shoulders

    3)     Knee pushups-on your knees do a push up by starting in the down position and pushing your upper body up by straightening your arms.

    4)      One foot in the air balance-move foot sideways, raise foot up and down.

    5)     Jumping Jacks-Raise hands from side over your head as your feet move away and back.   

    6)     Head, shoulders, knees and toes-Touch the top of your head followed by your shoulders, then knees and toes.  (Repeat and sing)

     

     

    Third grade

    1)      High knees-running in place but raising your knees above your waist.

    2)     Knee or regular push ups

    3)     Chair squats-Sit down on chair slowly and stand back up-try not to slump your back and shoulders

    4)     Floor crunches- Sit down on floor with hands behind your hips.  Bring your knees to your chest and then straighten your legs above the floor.  Repeat and balance with hands.

    5)     Mountain climbers- Start in a push up position or a plank.  Place one knee in front of the other and alternate your legs forward to your elbow and back to the plank or push up position. The faster you do it the more challenging it becomes.

    6)     Push up or knee push up

     

    Fourth grade

    1)     High knees-running in place but raising your knees above your waist.

    2)      Push up or knee push up

    3)     Wall squats—Stand with your back touching a wall.  Your legs should be about a foot away from wall with your spread shoulder width apart.  Slowly lower yourself by bending your knees and keeping your back against the wall.  When your knees and hips are the same height slowly push back up.

    4)     Floor crunches Sit- down on floor with hands behind your hips.  Bring your knees to your chest and then straighten your legs above the floor.  Repeat and balance with hands

    5)      Mountain climbers- Start in a push up position or a plank.  Place one knee in front of the other and alternate your legs forward to your elbow and back to the plank or push up position. The faster you do it the more challenging it becomes.

    6)     Push up or push up plank for time.

     

    Fifth grade

    1)      Push up or push up plank for time.

    2)     Mountain climbers- Start in a push up position or a plank.  Place one knee in front of the other and alternate your legs forward to your elbow and back to the plank or push up position. The faster you do it the more challenging it becomes.

    3)     Floor crunches- Sit down on floor with hands behind your hips.  Bring your knees to your chest and then straighten your legs above the floor.  Repeat and balance with hands

    4)     Wall squats—Stand with your back touching a wall.  Your legs should be about a foot away from wall with your spread shoulder width apart.  Slowly lower yourself by bending your knees and keeping your back against the wall.  When your knees and hips are the same height slowly push back up.

    5)     Superman pose-Lay down face first on the floor or carpet.  Raise arms, shoulders and head off the floor like your flying like superman.  To make exercise more challenging also lift legs in the air.  

    6)     High knees-running in place but raising your knees above your waist.

     

     

     

     

     

     

Last Modified on March 28, 2020