The National School Physicists Association was founded in 1999 to promote physical education in schools across the country.
Today, the association serves more than 100,000 members nationwide.
Today’s story is part of a series looking at the role physical education has played in the evolution of the physical education industry.
In the 1960s, school physical educators were largely white males.
Today they’re more diverse, with more women and people of color in their ranks.
Many are now white, Latina or Asian American.
They are also more likely to be teachers and more likely than their white counterparts to be employed by school districts.
In some states, such as California, schools have begun requiring teachers to wear school uniforms.
But in the past decade, the physical fitness industry has shifted away from a white male gaze toward diverse communities.
Today more than 60 percent of school teachers are women, and more than 80 percent of physical education teachers are Asian American, according to the National Association of School Administrators.
The association is also making strides to educate students in all forms of physical fitness.
In 2014, it was the first national association to sponsor a national fitness competition, the FIRST School Fitness Competition, which brought together the nation’s best physical fitness teachers from all over the country and around the world.
The next step in this evolution is the National Physical Education Week.
The association is hosting a workshop, “The Next Steps for Physical Education,” from May 5 to 9 at its headquarters in Chicago.
The goal of the workshop is to “create and foster a dialogue on the state of physical-education curricula and curriculum implementation across all disciplines,” according to its website.
“Participants will learn how to create a curriculum that will enable all students to reach their physical-exercise goals.
Participants will learn from the perspectives of parents and teachers about the value of physical exercise, and how to teach it in a way that is both safe and beneficial for students and teachers.”
The workshop is being hosted by the National Athletic Trainers Association, which represents thousands of people who have worked in the industry for decades.
It will feature talks by experts in both physical and mental health, and will explore the benefits of physical training, as well as how the industry has evolved.
The workshops will be open to the public and are open to anyone, regardless of age or gender.
The goal is to create dialogue on how to implement physical education into schools, and “inclusivity and inclusion of diverse communities,” according a statement on the association’s website.
“Our members want to support the movement and promote wellness and wellness education, which includes physical education,” the statement reads.
“To do that, we need the education industry to step up to the plate and educate teachers, parents and students about the benefits and challenges of physical and non-medical education.”
The National School Association also recently hosted its own Fitness Week.
This year, more than 30 schools are participating in the event, which will focus on “strengthening the wellness of our students through healthy eating and physical activity.”
The conference, sponsored by the United States Olympic Committee and the United Way of the Chicago Area, is being held at the National Center for Sport and Exercise, a facility in Chicago’s Loop neighborhood.
The event will include talks by health experts, including Dr. Michelle Krebs, a pediatrician and assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
During the event’s opening remarks, Krebs called for “a cultural shift in our way of thinking about and supporting healthy eating,” as well “a commitment to support physical activity in all its forms.”
The event’s website is filled with photos of children’s programs and activities that have been created by Chicago schools to promote healthy eating, including the Children’s Healthy Eating Program.
The conference will also highlight the “new generation of physical activity trainers,” who are “developing more advanced techniques that have the potential to benefit everyone,” according the event description.
“This is not just about creating a new kind of fitness,” Krebs said.
“This is about changing the way we live our lives.
Physical fitness is a life skill.
It’s a way to live a healthy life.”
The International Association of Physical Fitness Trainers (IAFPT), which represents nearly 1,000 trainers in the United Kingdom, has been a leading force for the development of the fitness industry.
The IAFT has a long history of promoting physical education and health, including developing a “health culture” curriculum for school districts and developing a school physical fitness curriculum.
The IAFt recently published its own guidelines for teaching physical fitness to students, which include teaching students how to do a push-up, a sit-up and a pull-up.
The International Physical Fitness Association has long promoted the benefits that physical fitness offers.
The organization was founded by athletes and coaches to help athletes prepare for the next level of competition, and has worked with schools to create wellness programs.
It’s unclear whether the I