This health video focus' on how much schools are doing in physical education to help children stay fit and healthy.
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PE class in Naperville, Illinois takes teams to new heights, Phil Lawler: We looked at the health care crises across country and then BC crises we felt that we better reevaluate whether we need physical occasions in school student. Phil Lawler saw a problem in created PE for a life, a program aim that bringing physical education back to public schools, we want to take the generation of video generation and bring some things to them that protected them they will get them active. Titusville, Pennsylvania a very technology that has kids glue to the couch is now being used to play them of it. Phil Lawler: We have video games that are hooked to our exercise bikes and we have dance stairs revolution which is video game with kids dance to follow the game. Educated them to cord let his district into a new era of physical education. Phil Lawler: We've also influence technology break time into our physical education program. By using heart rate monitors and assessment software kids monitor their own progress. Phil Lawler: All kids could be successful in our physical education classes now. Even non athlete in video game Jumping Micah Cattel: We don't feel like exercising but then you're hard, and you can be feeling really hard. Alex Frieden: Compare to other exercise this is a lot more fun.