Physical Education Curriculum & Software #QPE

MR future of physed

We are always striving to help teachers help their students. In 2008 WELNET® became the first web-based health and PE software. Now we’re taking WELNET® to the next level by making it a mobile responsive system. Regardless of the device that you use to record data, WELNET® will resize the information so that you will never again have to zoom to read the web page.

You will be able to manage your classes, record fitness measurements, track students’ motor skills, assign assessments & rubrics, run reports, assign behavior logs…and all of it, at your fingertips. In this world of ever-growing technology we have made it our priority to help health and physical education teachers validate their programs. We know that data drives dollars in education, which is why we have made it easier than ever for health and physical education teachers to track student growth.

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) has opened the door for health and physical education to finally be recognized as core subjects in education.

Let WELNET® be the vehicle that validates your program and supplies you with the resources you need to help your students be healthy, fit, and active for a lifetime!

Want to try a FREE demo of WELNET®?

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Tweet “@focusedfitness2 I want #WELNET

Let us help your district today!

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Check out what the PEP grant has done for Kent, MI and their Quality Physical Education (#QPE) program.

For more information on how you can improve your #QPE program comment below or email us at

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Congrats on another year in the books #physed peeps! And to you first-year teachers out there…you made it! We want to celebrate the end of another school year by giving you an extra two FREE months on your subscription to the WELNET® Video Library. Click HERE to start taking advantage of the 1000+ videos in the WELNET® Video Library.  

There are step by step  motor skills videos as simple as a ‘ready position’ to as complex as ‘striking with a long-handed implement in a game’. There are health and fitness academic content videos that use visuals and animations to help teach your students some of the more difficult health and nutrition concepts such as food groups, recommended daily allowances, training principles, and hydration. Check out 1 of the 14 hydration videos to help you get an idea.

The WELNET® Video Library also has hundreds of exercise videos so you can customize playlists and build timed circuits to maximize MVPA in your class.

So kick back, and enjoy your hard earned summer break as you set up your playlists in the WELNET® Video Library. Because when this fall season hits, we know it’s going to be the best school year yet!

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Tune into a chat about #physed hosted by Justin Schleider. In this episode of Blabbermouths Jorge Rodriguez, Aaron Beighle, and Alex O’Brien join Justin as they discuss the phrase physically literate vs. physically educated.


Want to listen to a chat on health and physical education? Click HERE Special thanks to our friends on the #voxcast crew and Jorge Rodriguez for taking time to talk about WELNET. If you are a #physed teacher, click HERE to get your free demo of WELNET software to help improve your program. Stay happy, stay healthy, and always keep that smile on!

Alex O’Brien asks two students to fill out a WELNET® Activity Log without giving them any other instruction. In the above video we see how easy it is for students to log and track their activity.

WELNET® was the first web-based software program for Health and Physical Education, and still the most comprehensive software available. If you are interested in demoing this powerful software in your school or district CLICK HERE and watch your physical education program continue to grow. Mostly importantly, you will be able to solidify that your program is showing student growth in health and fitness concepts, as well as overall physical literacy.

Dr. Schuler emphasizes the connection between spinal health and genetics. He outlines four great ways to help promote a healthy spine including, avoidance of nicotine, maintaining appropriate conditioning, using proper ergonomics, as well as maintaining a healthy body weight and nutritional intake.

Video created by the Virginia Spine Institute