The purpose of this study was to inquire into the professional and personal lives of four physical education specialist teachers and to uncover the reasons why they engage in their practice as they do. The study documents the experiences of each teacher and provides insights from both these participants and the researcher. Questions inquiring about the reasons why current physical education teachers engage in their practice as they do, and how factors, during their careers as physical educators, influence their teaching were asked and investigated. The research used case study as its method of data collection and analysis. To be precise, the current research employed a multi-case design. A combination of the descriptive and heuristic case study was used to share the findings. Semi-structured, individual interviews were completed with the four physical education teachers.The study has made six recommendations for action including various aspects that can be addressed in a quality PETE program. Four suggestions for further research are also proposed including additional studies to assess the degree of influence that experience has on the teaching practice of physical educators.