1 Cargo nets.
Any way I tried to go, it was hard climbing.
2 Balance track.
It looked easy, but sudden hills threw me. The track seemed to be booby-trapped.
3 Hurdles, large.
For some reason the hollow ones were harder than the higher, solid ones. I made a belly-flopper dive on one of them—which was obviously the incorrect method.
4 Rope climb.
I really expected to do better than just barely raise myself off the ground I had grown to love.
Running through them like a football player, I felt as if I never would get my legs properly back in place once more.
Jumping off is like diving into an unfilled swimming pool. I didn't expect ever to get my teeth apart again.
Hanging by my knees, I experienced a strange and wonderful sensation looking at the world from upside down.
8 Balance ladder.
I crawled like a baby, but not quite as well.
9 Slalom poles.
They were slightly dizzying when I ran between them, but this is recommended exercise for skiers and tennis players.
10 Hurdles, small.
Under one and over the other is the way, but I got stuck going under. I attributed this to inexperience, but it was still very embarrassing.