EP13 – Videos, 4D Anatomy, Yoga & More

In this episode of The PE Geek Podcast we explore a random assortment of apps I’m enjoying in my PE Classes. From useful utility apps such as Simple Transfer to great instructional apps like ‘Yoga Studio. We also discuss the new FREE 3-Part Video eCourse shaped around the #pegeeks workshops

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iPads, Video & Physical Education eCourse

Over the last few weeks I have been busy writing and recording content for a number of new training packages, the first of which is now ready and accessible. The iPads, Video & Physical Education is a a culmination of the best content from The PE Geek Workshop’s which have been conducted in well over 20 countries around the planet.

The eCourse now makes it possible for those unable to attend the workshops to access training material while also providing opportunities for those who have attended the workshops to review training as needed. Featuring over 15 Individual Training Videos and 90 Minutes of Exclusive PE Geek Content, these step-by-step videos are bound to prove useful.




The eCourse is currently available at a launch discount price of 50%, so act quick to grab your spot. Pay online for immediate access or request an Invoice to your School or Organisation.



Want to preview the course? Then join the FREE 3-Part Video Course here. Are you a PE Geek Member? If so you get an even better discount of 75% on this eCourse.

Top Apps for PE Teachers – Part 33

Simple Transfer Pro

I often get asked during #pegeeks workshops for a quick and easy way to get photos and videos from the iPad/iPod to a computer form easy storage. While I’m a major user of cloud based storage solutions like Dropbox/Google Drive they can often be quite slow when transferring larger files.

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With this in mind I absolutely love the Simple Transfer Pro app which easily lets you copy photos and videos  between devices that share the same wireless network. This makes it possible to transfer large video files from your students iPad to your computer; or to another student or teachers device in seconds. An absolute must have.

Easy First Aid

Easy First Aid is exactly that; A super easy way to track and record First Aid incidents and injuries. This FREE app came to me after dealing with an injury during a practical PE session.  With Easy First Aid you can quickly capture vital First Aid Information including time of incident, assessment, treatment and referral details. You can even attach Photo & Video evidence to support your Incident direct from your Camera roll or Dropbox Filter and Communicate First Aid Incident Reports via Email & Dropbox. Check it out in the video below;


Another powerful quantitative self app; designed to track your daily efforts to meet 30 minutes of Physical Activity. All you need to do is place your device in your pocket and get moving.Walk. Run. Dance. Bike. Everything counts. Human automatically picks up your walks, runs, bike rides and other exercise of one minute and longer.

Motion Rugby

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The number of active gaming apps on the store is certainly growing. Motion Rugby is simple. Hordes of angry Enemy Rugby Players are coming to get you! Can you evade their tackles by actually weaving left and right to survive all 40 Levels and score Maximum Points?  Lots of fun.

Check out the other top app lists here – Part 1 – Part 2 – Part 3 – Part 4Part 5 – Part 6 - Part 7 Part 8 - Part 9 – Part 10  – Part 11 - Part 12 – Part 13 – Part 14  - Part 15  -Part 16 Part 17 Part 18 Part 19 Part 20 Part 21 - Part 22 Part 23 – Part 24 –Part 25 – Part 26  - 27 – 28 29 - 30 or grab the PE Apps App for a great one stop collection of the best PE apps.


The 500th Member of The PE Geek Blog

During 2013 I launched an exclusive membership section of The PE Geek Blog; which I’m proud to say has now grown to over 500 active members. The idea behind the membership section was to provide people with even more content than what I would normally post. The icing on the cake was to also provide access to two FREE apps a month, all my eBook downloads, exclusive access to my other products (Active Globe and Easy Planner) and discounted attendance at workshops and webinars around the globe.

All in all the members section has gone on to exceed my wildest expectations, and as a result I’m constantly motivated towards bringing new and exciting features to all. Take a look inside the members centre in the video below to see whats over 500 people currently get access to;

Become a Lifetime Member Today

If you belong to a school, organization or other team of people then feel free to ask for an invoice. Simply contact Jarrod to find out more.

4D Anatomy – Incredible Interactive Learning Experience

On a couple of occasions I have blogged about how  Augmented Reality could be used to enhance instruction within the Physical Education & Health Classrooms. In 2010 the horizon report listed “Augmented Reality” as a technology to watch out for in education, with a 3 – 5 year rate of adoption to mainstream use. Augmented Reality is defined as the technology of combining the real world with computer generated information or  imagery. Essentially this exciting technology makes it possible for you to use your mobile device to display information on whatever you’re pointing it at. Focus on a restaurant, and a display pops up giving a menu and customer reviews, look at a historic building, and you’re told when and by whom it was built. These are the sort of possibilities afforded by the new technology of augmented reality. 

So with this in mind Im truly excited when applications arrive that utilise the best of Augmented Reality. The latest to do this is an iPhone/iPad, Android Application known as 4D Anatomy. Checkout this amazing app in the video below;

Easy First Aid – Record Keeping & Recording Tool

As Teachers we’re constantly responsible for groups of Students in all sorts of situations, this goes with the territory. However as we all know accidents can happen, and regardless of whether they’re minor or major accurate record keeping is essential. 

So after refreshing my First Aid Qualifications in 2013, I began thinking about how the recording process could be vastly improved for the mobile age. Could a tool be made to that would always be with you? Could it include powerful reporting features? How about video and photo evidence? So with this in mind I set out to make it happen. Introducing Easy First Aid.

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Easy First Aid is a powerful First Aid Record Keeping and Treatment Tool. A truly mobile and powerful way to capture and record incident details and subsequent treatment. Never again will you need to keep extensive and confusing paperwork. See how the app works in the video below;



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