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How to Set Up an Obstacle Course
Category : Sports & Fitness
This easy-to-make obstacle course is a great way to get kids excited about exercise.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Tables
About 24 Large Used Vegetable Cans
Tires
4 Gymnastics Mats
Short Jump Ropes
Stopwatches
5 or 6 cardboard boxes
8 hula hoops

Setting UpPlace a short jump rope on the ground at Station 1.
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K9 Obstacle Course Specifications
Category : Pets
The U.S. Police Canine Association (USPCA) oversees police dog certification through a series of trials. The trials are made up of four sections -- Obedience, Agility, Evidence & Suspect Search, and Criminal Apprehension. The agility test is made up of an obstacle course comprised of five specific obstacles. The owners of working dogs and dog groups use USPCA specifications to build their own obst

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About Obstacle Courses
Category : Sports & Fitness
Obstacle courses have been used by the military for many years to train soldiers. Some features of obstacle courses, such as rope climbing, can even be found in schools. Obstacle courses are not only good for a person's physical well-being, but they are also an excellent mental training tool. HistoryObstacle courses are a standard form of training in military forces throughout the world. Early

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How to Build an RC Car Obstacle Course
Category : Hobbies, Games & Toys
Remote control cars are a fun hobby as they can be accessorized, raced and augmented, much like full-sized cars but at a lower cost. Driving cars via the remote control is a skill that must be perfected by their owners and operators. One great way to do this is to build an obstacle course for remote control cars to follow and teach operators to perfect turns, speed and driving the car through smal

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How to Cut the Floor Around an Obstacle
Category : Home & Garden
Commercial flooring is available in many styles to suit the tastes of do-it-yourselfers who want to install flooring themselves. The difficulty depends largely on the type of flooring; however, at times the floor may need to be cut to accommodate obstacles in the floor, such as support beams. Doing so is not an especially hard task as long as the do-it-yourselfer pays close attention to accurate m

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Obstacle Course Ideas
Category : Sports & Fitness
Obstacle courses provide a simple way to get children out of the house and moving. Use the course as an extra game during party time or as a family-friendly event that gets everyone outside. Obstacle courses typically have different stations, where participants do a specific activity before moving on. This provides ways to turn ordinary items into new activities. Tire RunOld tires are common in

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Outside Obstacle Course Ideas
Category : Hobbies, Games & Toys
Setting up an obstacle course outside is an easy way to provide your kids with fun exercise. You can create an obstacle course even with things lying around the house--like hurdles made from piles of stuffed animals--or purchase equipment from a store. Either way, you'll want to make sure to encourage a variety of motions, such as crawling, jumping, balancing and running. Balancing ObstaclesBal

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Obstacle Activities for Children
Category : Hobbies, Games & Toys
Obstacle courses provide exercise and entertainment for children of all ages. You can have indoor or outdoor obstacle activities for children at a birthday party, a friendly gathering or a school or church event. Adjust the level of difficulty of the courses to the ages of the children. Award small prizes, such as plastic trophies or medals, to game winners to encourage the children to try their b

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How to Build an Outdoor Obstacle Course
Category : Hobbies, Games & Toys
Building an outdoor obstacle course doesn't require you to be a master craftsman or cost a lot of money. If you have a reasonable amount of space in your backyard you can construct your own outdoor obstacle course for next to nothing, and have an excellent place to enhance your physical stamina.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Walk the space where you intend on building your outdoor obstacle co

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How to Build an Obstacle Course for Toddlers
Category : Parenting
Toddlers learn from every experience. To help them improve large and fine motor skills, consider building an obstacle course in the backyard. The course is fun for kids to race, and allows them to practice the skills that the different obstacles require. As a bonus, you get to spend time with your child in a fun setting.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Stakes
Stre

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