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Fitness Circle Game

Form a circle as large as the room permits with all Cub Scouts facing the same direction. Give instructions for various activities as follows:

  1. Start walking in a circle, and keep walking between these exercises.
  2. Start hopping.
  3. Make yourself as small as possible and continue walking.
  4. Make yourself as tall as possible and continue walking. Now reach your hands high over your heads.
  5. Bend your knees slightly, grasp your ankles, and continue walking.
  6. Walk as if the heel of one foot and the toes of the other were sore.
  7. Walk stiff-legged.
  8. Squat down and jump forward from that position.
  9. Walk on hands and one foot with the other leg held high, imitating a dog with a lame foot.
  10. Walk forward at a rapid pace (don't run) while swinging your arms vigorously.
  11. Take giant steps.
  12. Walk forward, raising your knees as high as possible with each step.
  13. Run, lifting your knees high.
  14. Walk on your hands and feet.
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