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Table Climbing

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How To Play Table Climbing

Challenge one of your youthians to climb around a table! It's actually a lot harder than it sounds.

Instruct the volunteer to start on top of the table and then tell them that they must climb onto the bottom of the table on one side and then climb back up to the top from the other side... all without touching the ground.

Make sure they climb across the width of the table, not the length. Then again, if they want something extremely challenging - let them try to climb the length.

A prize can be awarded to first person to complete the challenge, or possibly the fastest challenger.

Obviously you'll need to ensure the table is sturdy and can support the weight of the person and won't unbalance at any stage.

Materials Needed

Table

Submitted by Joel on 27 Sep 2007 12:00:00

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Good game for boys, especially during free time on a camp or similar. We did this on a Yr 12 study camp and moved a number of tables together to create a course you had to climb through. It became an endurance event and drew a big crowd.

Posted by Tom on 18 Sep 2008 at 6:46:41

I think we've all seen people in their late twenties (i.e old enuf to kno much better) still getting a kick out of this game. great game

Posted by Andrew on 12 Feb 2009 at 5:49:58

definately agree, i learned this game only a few years ago, and its still my youth and my mates favourite bbq game! (and we're 22-25)

Posted by mATty on 14 May 2009 at 11:51:20

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