The other players are ‘seals’ and run around the gym trying not to be tagged by a ‘shark.’
Place 4 mats or hula hoops around the gym to represent an island. ‘Seals’ can rest on an island for 5 seconds and not be tagged.
If a ‘seal’ is tagged this player is taken by a ‘shark’ to the middle of the gym. Here the ‘seal’ continues to do a pre-determined physical activity to keep them active (e.g. jumping jacks).
A ‘free seal’ needs to save a ‘captured seal’ by going to the middle of the gym and taking the ‘captured seal’ to a designated spot in the gym. Once there, both ‘seals’ run freely trying not to become tagged.
On this final day of #NationalVolunteerWeek, we'd like to introduce you to one of our all-stars. Dr. Dick Barter is a force to be reckoned with. An emergency room physician and group fitness instructor, Dick knows the importance of physical activity in children's' lives. He is the man behind #Spin4Kids - the fundraiser started in St. John's, NL and has since inspired others event locations across the country to rally behind our cause. Under Dick's leadership over the years, the St. John's event alone has raised nearly $700,000 and is always a big party! Dick's passion has been key to bringing us to the next level... he truly is a man with a plan 🌟
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