Having or showing a strong desire and determination to succeed
- This workout takes approximately 10 Minutes
- This workout is for students in Grades 2-3
- Teacher Resources
1. Stand in NaliniKIDS posture
2. Keep your feet hips width apart and parallel; rest your hand on a desk or chair for balance and the other hand on your hip
3. Stand tall, shoulders back and down
4. Raise your heels all the way up
5. Bend your knees forward without dropping your heels
6. Keep your shoulders in line with your hips and your hips in line with your heels, chest open
7. Lower your hips down and up (don’t drop your heels!)
– 10 double count
– 10 single count
– 10 pulses
– 10 second hold (outside arm extends to the ceiling)
If you have knee discomfort:
– Decrease the bend in your knees
– Keep your feet flat on the ground
How does your body feel after completing the workout?
How does your mind feel after completing the workout?
What does Ambitious mean to you in this moment?
Choose from the additional reflection prompts below to customize this lesson and meet the needs of your students and your time constraints. Create a unique workout experience every time you return to this lesson!
Describe a time when you tried something new. How did it feel?
Describe how an ambitious person acts.
Describe a goal that you have for yourself for this school year.
Who is an ambitious person in your family, and how do they show it?
Define an ambition that you have for this school year.
When have you seen people come together to work toward a goal?
Write an ambitious story by including at least five characters.
Who is an ambitious historical figure, and why?
Do you think scientists are ambitious? Why or why not?
Walt Disney was ambitious at a young age. He started sketching regularly when he was just four years old.