Fitness Focus class plays game designed for former U.S. President

Students in Hubbard High School's health and physical education teacher Jaclyn DelMonte's new Fitness Focus class recently had the opportunity to play a game that was originally designed to keep a former U.S. President physically fit. The game, Hooverball, was designed by a White House physician to keep President Herbert Hoover in shape. The game is played with a six to eight pound medicine ball using a volleyball net. Players catch the ball and then throw it over the net as quickly as possible.







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