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The 2011 PE4Life Resource Conference was held in Overland Park, Kansas on October10-11.  School and Community representatives from 22 states attended thistwo-day event that featured Robyn Bretzing from Timpanogos High School from theAlpine School District in Utah as the Keynote Speaker.  Robyn challengedthe audience to take their daily practice to the next level – from good togreat – and her infectious enthusiasm had event attendees on their feet dancingand moving throughout the day.  PE4Life hosted over 230 PE professionalsand school representatives, providing 35 breakout and activity sessions thatincluded presentations from Jean Blaydes of Action Based Learning, Aaron Hart of SPARK, and Dr. Curt Hinson, renowned physical education consultant, as wellas an Equipment Symposium that featured 25 equipment and programmingvendors. 

On behalf of Motion Fitness, we would like to say thank you to PE4Life for including us in the participation of the 2011 PE4life Resource Conference.We have received nothing but rave reviews from this event, and we know that itis in part due to a conference that is focused entirely on providing ways tokeep our youth healthy.  A big part ofthe event is the Equipment Symposium, the Breakout sessions and/or Activitysessions that can be provided by vendors to showcase new up and comingideas/products to inspire a new generation of Physical Education professionals.

The attendees ofthe Resource Conference were given the opportunity to vote for an MVP, MostValuable Product/Company and the results are in…


MVP:                ActionBased Learning www.abllab.com

           2ndPlace:         Motion Fitness www.motionfitness.com

           3rd Place:         Nasco www.enasco.com & the Gymstick www.gymstick.com

SPARK www.SPARKpe.org


WOW what a greathonor!  Motion Fitness is excited that wereceived the 2nd Place Award for Most Valuable Product/Company.  Here we debuted the MOVband, this is a newmethod for schools to do fundraising for their PE Program and encouragesstudents to be active while doing it! The iDANCE Move was also debuted and received great feedback as a way toincorporate an inexpensive group based DDR program into schools.  The always eye-catching Makoto II was also abig hit!


We again would like to thank PE4Life for allowing Motion Fitnessto be a part of this important and exciting event.  This truly is an exciting time for us and welook forward to continuing our collaborative efforts with PE4Life in thefuture. If you have any questions or would like to share feedback, please feelfree to email or call me.


For moreinformation please call us at 877-668-4664 or send an email inquiry to sales@motionfitness.com

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