We’ve all done it.
We’ve clutched our stopwatches and Gymboss‘ so tightly one would think it was permanently attached, timing everything from our cues to our heartbeats.
Sometimes using timed circuits or tabatas can get a little stale, especially when it is commonly used to structure a lesson plan. An easy way to break up the monotony of marching to the beat of the instructor’s drum is to let the campers set the pace and leave them to their own devices, so to speak. It is a great way to not only let them take control, but also hold each other accountable since they need to rely on each other.
Speaking of heartbeats, introducing the pacemaker.