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Monday 29/06/20

Class Text:

Please read to chapter 18. Hope you're enjoying it as much as we are laugh

Tri Golf Project

Designing the flags


Investigate how many squares there are on a chess board- and no, it's not as easy as it first may seem! Good luck and have fun! There is a triangle challenge to get your teeth into after if the squares weren't spicy enough!


This weeks activity...

1. Warm-up


2. AMRAP (as many rounds/reps as possible in a given time frame) record how many rounds and reps you completed in the 15-minute time cap, using a tally.  


3. Find a good upbeat playlist for you to listen to as you complete this workout.

A typical score might look like 5 rounds and 5 reps, meaning you completed 5 full rounds and 5 reps of the next round.  This means you must count the reps in each round as you are performing them.  

  • 5 sit ups
  • 5 burpees
  • 5 star jumps
  • 5 mountain climbers


When you have finished one round you should start again.  Remember to keep a tally. 

Record the your score as this same work out will be repeated next week and your objective is to improve your score.


3. Cool down- stretch it all out again.

Have fun J