Encourage your students to get their recommended 60 minutes or more of physical activity a day with these quick videos, featuring NFL players. Appropriate for classroom or home use, these videos focus on movements that increase coordination, stabilization, flexibility, cardiovascular health, and strength. Use these videos alongside our NFL PLAY 60 Challenge lessons to illustrate educational components in a fun and engaging way, or as a classroom break to help increase student focus once they return to their lessons.
Use this circuit workout to exercise your whole body, increase your heart rate, and keep your physical activity fun and exciting
These lateral movements will strengthen your oblique muscles while challenging your mind and heart.
Learn these easy ways to move quickly and efficiently into different positions to increase your coordination.
Turn basic movements into fun daily activities to reach your recommended 60 minutes of physical activity.
Join Ryan Kerrigan in a touchdown dance! Dancing is great for your body, it helps increase flexibility and coordination.
Join NFL Linebacker, Whitney Mercilus, and Dr. Mercedes Carnethon, an American Heart Association volunteer, to learn about heart health.
Get Moving! Cardio not only helps make your heart stronger, but it can help reduce the risk for developing certain diseases.
These activities will help you to achieve 60 minutes or more of daily physical activity, build muscles and become stronger.
After playing hard and racking up physical activity minutes, take time to try these cool down activities that gradually slow down your heart rate to help the body readjust.
Join NFL Defensive Tackle, Christian Covington and Dr. Mercedes Carnethon to learn how a healthy diet is an important part of any lifestyle. Food is the fuel your body needs to function properly and be physically active every day.