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There are hundreds of apps in the area of health related fitness, here are a few worth checking out:

Coach’s Eye ($4.99)
  • Videos students performing a skill. Then, play it back in slow-mo, backward, or frame by frame. You can draw and record a playback with verbal comments. Overall, a really great app for skill assessment allowing instant feedback for students. - Link

Team Shake ($0.99)
  • Team Shake is the technological and environmentally friendly way to choose teams. Instead of a hat and scraps of paper, the user enters his friends’ names in his iPhone and gives it a shake. The screen will then display a random set of color-coded teams. These teams can immediately be used for game play or saved via email. Team Shake is great for making teams for board games and sporting events. It’s also a very useful tool for teachers who need to create groups for projects! – Link

StopWatch (free)
  • This stopwatch shows time on a digital display as well as on an analog clock face. The analog clock face is easy to collect information from during timing of a physical activity task or test. After the timing has finished, it is most convenient to read the precise time from the digital display. -Link

Giant Scoreboard ($0.99)
  • A generic scoreboard, featuring: Timer/Countdown (editable); Team names (editable); Giant digits, visible from 50ft; Fits any sport; Simple, accurate and reliable. -Link

Nutrition Tips (free)
  • This app gives you hundreds of interesting and useful nutrition tips and nutritional health facts — concisely written for quick and easy review.
  • Referenced from Nutrition.gov, USDA.gov, and the Food and Nutrition Information Center, some of the most prominent leaders in food & human nutrition information! -Link

Pocket First Aid & CPR from the American Heart Association ($1.99)
  • Pocket First Aid & CPR from the American Heart Association helps save a life in Haiti. Read the incredible story of Dan Woolley, who survived 65 hours under rubble using this application. As seen on CNN, NBC Nightly News, Fox News, London Daily Mail, NPR, and many more. – Link

iFitness HD ($0.99)
  • An exercise companion app. Provides over 330 exercise images and full text descriptions. Allows tracking of progress for multiple users. Users create customized workouts. Link

Pocket Body ($14.99)
  • A fully searchable interactive atlas of the human body. Link

Pocket Heart (iPad App) ($9.99)
  • Interactive educational App to show how the human heart works in 3D. A great learning tool for cardiac anatomy and physiology. Link

Teacher’s Assistant (free)
  • Teachers can keep track of student actions, behavior, infractions, and achievements in the classroom. This improves communicate quickly and easily with parents and administrators by documenting student classroom habits and behaviors and sending reports via email or making a call right from an iPhone. -Link

Easy Assessment ($1.99)
  • Easy Assessment is the app teachers, trainers and coaches have been waiting for. A simple way to capture and assess performance in any context or situation. Experience a new level of efficiency. -Link

Timer Tools ($2.99)
  • You get a suite of timers that are super easy to use. Timers include: Countdown, Stop Watch, Turn Timer, Seconds Up, Seconds Down, and Interval Timer. Access and set any timer with just a few clicks. -Link

Teacher’s Roll Call ($0.99)
  • Teacher’s Roll Call helps classroom instructors at any level track student attendance. The app is designed to make data entry and management quick and efficient so you have more time to focus on actual teaching. -Link

Class Cards ($4.99)
  • After entering the names of your students this app will display a randomly generated list of students. The list will not only show you the name of the student to call upon but will also show the names of the next four students to call upon. -Link

Bracketmaker ($0.99)
  • This is a great portable program to help you create brackets for tournaments. Able to customize team names for up to 32 teams. -Link

MusicWorkout ($0.99)
  • A unique interval timer that utilizes your music to inform you when it’s time to rest and time to work. Perfect for teachers, coaches, trainers and those looking to improve their fitness. Simply set the work and rest duration, along with the number of sets to begin your workout. -Link

Numbers ($9.99)
  • Numbers is the spreadsheet application for iPad. This App is needed to utilize SPARK iPad Rubrics. -Link

Educareations (free)
  • Educreations turns your iPad into a recordable whiteboard. Diagram a sports plays through voice recording, realistic digital ink, photo imports, and simple sharing through email, Facebook or Twitter. -Link

Fotobabble (free)
  • Fotobabble lets you capture moments in real-time and share with your audience via email, Facebook or Twitter. Fotobabble is faster than video, easier than typing, and more engaging descriptive than sending a picture alone. -Link

Snap Guide (free)
  • Snapguide is a simple way to share and view step-by-step how to guides. Students can show skill progression or demonstrate the rules of a game by creating their own guides and share through email, Twitter, Facebook and more. -Link

Whiteboard VGA ($1.99)
  • Whiteboard offers real-time collaborative teaching tool. Connect with any iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Mac over Wi-Fi, to draw pictures and customize a demonstration. Allows you to import your own pictures to display. -Link

Beep Test (free)
  • The beep test (also known as the pacer test and shuttle run test) is a standard fitness test used by professionals to test cardiovascular fitness. The beep test involves running back and forth between two markers at an increasing pace as indicated by audio beeps. Your fitness level will then be calculated based on how long you can keep the pace. -Link

Cardiograph (free)
  • Cardiograph is an application, which measures your heart rate. You can save your results for future reference, and even keep track of multiple people with individual profiles. -Link

FitnessHD (free)
  • This app provides tools for teachers and students to improve their health by tracking their progress through the calorie counter and body tracker as well as view diagrams and videos of exercises and workouts. -Link

Pedometer (free)
  • Pedometer will work as you walk, run, jog or do your treadmill. The special algorithm – the same as used in hardware pedometers – is implemented in the application. -Link

Coin Toss (free)
  • Simulates a coin toss by sliding your finger from the bottom to the top, and watching the coin spin and decide your fate. -Link

Fitness Class* (free)
  • Fitness class allows you to stream workout videos over WiFi or 3G with over 230 routines to choose from. With a projector it can be used to lead a class through a variety of different group exercises. You can use your own music, or use the music included. Exercise classes’ range from 10-90 minutes long. - Link

Fitness Free HD (free)
  • With this app you will have access to over 300 exercises with photos and instructions on how to perform the exercise. It provides content on exercises for specific body parts and equipment. It allows you to add some of your own exercises to create a routine or workout to use in class. - Link

HIIT Timer (Intervals)($1.99)
  • Do you use stations or want to keep your lesson on a timetable? This app allows you to create intervals of any kind. You can also configure for high intensity interval and lower intensity intervals. This app allows you to add some sound effects along with a large digital time display. You can save any interval once it has been created for use in future classes. - Link

HK Now* (Human Kinetics Now) (Free)
  • Human Kinetics will help you to stay current and up to date with any and all trends and news in the world of sport, fitness, physical education and exercise science. - Link

iPump Stretch($1.99)
  • Everything you need for a stretching session. This app includes videos and audio coaching that targets all major muscle groups. It contains images and videos of both female and male exercisers. Perfect for personal or class use. - Link

Pilates: Day by Day($5.99)
  • Would you like to include Pilates in class? This app provides you with a selection of 11 different Pilate’s routines that each last 15 minutes long. This would be a nice warm-up or cool-down portion of any class. Each routine includes pictures and descriptions of movements. - Link

Yoga Free for iPad (free)
  • This app includes 200 different yoga poses with pictures and descriptions on how to perform each movement. The app allows you to select poses of your choice, and create your own routine depending on how much time you have to dedicate to yoga on any given day. - Link

100 push-ups and 20 chin-ups($1.99 each)
  • Based on the popular web version this app provides you (and your class) with a systematic day by day method to go from 1 push-up or chin-up to 100 push-ups or 20 chin-ups. Very simple to use and follow. These apps and ideas could be used in class during warm-up, or as a before school challenge for those interested. - Link