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Esercizio N: 0013 - basic physical and motor activity

gaits

gaits
N° 0013 - THE GRAPHICS WAS MADE WITH GESTICS SPORTS SOFTWARE
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SHORT DESCRIPTION:

START: in rows 2 lines, one after the other, each line is a team

TEAMS: 2 teams Free number of players per team

FIELD: It varies from m. Up to 10x10 m. 20x20, according to the number of participants

PURPOSE: adequately perform the gait, without being outdistanced by the player of the first row

DESCRIPTION: the players are arranged in two rows, one behind the other; the two lines must carry out the different gaits: es. the first row must carry out the creeping path, the second line by imposing four supports. Just finished the way the two teams have to switch roles

VARIANTS: All known types of gaits dall'animatoreRipetere the game on a field on which is drawn a central line: the teams start from the bottom of the field lines, they come to the center and return to their own goal lines

TIPS:

MATERIAL:


Action: basic physical and motor activity
Dynamic Schemes: walk, run, jump, to crawl, to roll
Coordination Capacity: capacity of differentiation and spatiotemporal dynamics, ability to dynamic and static balance
Conditional Capacity: overall strength, dexterity
Exercise type: running plays without the ball: animation games
Suitable for: cycle/age: first cycle (4-7 years old), second cycle 7-11 years
Duration: short (up to 5 minutes)
Judgment: normal

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