Obstacle course

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  • Personal Narrative-Lucid Dreaming

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    least Tetris discontinues when the blocks reach a certain point. These blocks were infinite. Stacking up, collapsing into one another. Closing in, yet so far away. I wait for them to come closer but they never do. The long corridor mocks me as these obstacle blocks continue to stack, to shift, to morph, to stay the same even though they continuously change. It’s like waiting for that last single raindrop to hit the bottom of the car window: you wait, but it never

  • Hardcore Mudd Run Experience Report

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    the Hardcore Mudd Run course. • Registration and Festival: HMR ran both Saturday and Sunday, so turnout on Sunday was lower and registration was fast and easy. The festival area was set up well with a band for the several live bands that played for days. • Pre-race MC: HMR didn’t have an actual MC per say, but the local Fire Department came and provided a very beautiful and emotional memorial service for all those lost on September 11th. • The Course: The course offered three versions

  • Narrative About Anxiety

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    anxiety started to build. We were going to go on the mall’s infamous four-story tall ropes course! When I looked over at the other girls, they all seemed relaxed and carefree. I tried to replicate

  • Reflection On The Spartan Pre-Race

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    third year in a row running this Spartan venue Super and unfortunately I was under the weather dealing with a both a cough and sinus infection. I arrived the night before and slept in my car and I could hear it pouring rain all night so I knew the course was going to be very muddy and slippery on at least Saturday. • Pre-race MC: The pre-race MC both days was nothing special to write home about, he injected a littler of his humor to his speech, but it was pretty much the standard Spartan pre-race

  • Description Of A Police Officer

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    Introduction I always knew that I wanted to become a police officer, so I decided to interview a Police Captain. I interviewed Police Captain John Carpenter of Riverside Police Department. I found him through Riverside Police Department after looking around at the organizational chart I found online and looking at the titles that were on the chart. The Police Captain is one rank above a Lieutenant, but one below a Deputy Chief. A Police Captain is in charge of a certain precinct, and normally has

  • Air Assault School of the Army Essay example

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    Notice always results in a thunderous "Hey, Air Assault. Drop!" That simple command is the vanguard of a relentless cycle of push-ups, flutter-kicks, and other physical torture they like to call corrective action. As we near the first obstacle, my canteen of water falls from my cargo pocket. I stop to retrieve my wayward bound canteen only to have those four backbreaking words slam into me from behind. As I drop to the ground, I hear the distinctive sound of a highly polished combat boot

  • Jamie Fielder Superpowers

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    their lives would be a million times better with these capabilities, they would not be. Life may contain hard times and good times, although, the way someone handles those times is what matters. There is one woman in this world who conquered obstacle after obstacle and has found the way to deal with anything she faces. She was able to find the perfect balance between family, friends, work, and volunteering in her life, and her name is Jamie Fielder. No matter what the job or activity, Jamie does it full

  • Childhood Observation Report

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    The day is Thursday, March 16. I am at the Child Discovery Center, observing Josiah, age 8. Josiah is part of the after school program, in room 1. The observation takes place outside, on the school's playground. The time is 4:30 pm. Josiah starts to play a game of “leprechaun tag”, and he is it. He begins to run after two other girls, his arms are lifted at his sides as he pumps them back and forth, and he is running at a moderate pace. He is not as fast as the other children playing. While he

  • Descriptive Vacation

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    again?” I asked. Everybody, except for Mom glared at me. Mom simply said, “No, Isabel.” I shrugged and went over to the beach lounge chair things. Then I went to the pool. I tried a simple, fun obstacle course. At the third obstacle, I tipped back in the pool’s water! After a few backflips, I went back to see my mom. I was as cold as ice as I skipped merrily over to the beach chairs. I settled down in a chair with a towel covering me. I waved to my mom, who was

  • Obstacle Course Report

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    injury to muscles (Australian Sports Commission, 2010). At the completion of the warm up, the teacher will walk the students through the obstacle course. As the students are in the developing stage, have volunteers come up to demonstrate, whilst the teacher explains the focus of each obstacle. If required the teacher can answer any questions regarding the course that the children may have. It is at this point the teacher should mention the importance of following instruction for safety reasons, in