Aerobics and Callisthenics are two popular forms of physical exercise that can be incorporated into school physical education programs. Aerobics is a form of exercise that involves rhythmic movements set to music, while Callisthenics is a form of exercise that uses body weight as resistance to build strength and endurance.
Incorporating Aerobics and Callisthenics into school physical education programs help students to promote flexibility, balance, and coordination.
Moreover, Aerobics and Callisthenics can be adapted to suit a range of fitness levels and abilities. They can be done individually or in groups, which encourages socialisation and teamwork. These exercises can also be modified to suit different age groups, making them suitable for elementary, middle, and high school students.