Originally published Jan. 26, 2018 in the Omaha World-Herald.
By Kelsey Stewart, World-Herald Staff Writer
Gabbi Zuerlein stepped up to one of the five squares of turf placed on the gym floor.
Golf club in hand, she lined up her chip shot. The 15-year-old sent 10 neon golf balls sailing across the gym. After retrieving her shots, she hopped into a two-person conga line and let other students have their turn with golf.
It’s important that the high school sophomore and her classmates don’t stop moving during physical education classes. If they do, the heart rate monitors they wear on their wrists will reflect that later.