With all this information converging in a relatively short period of time, I knew I had to try it out. Well, finally, this past January, I put my P-Cord Loop Activity gear in a bag and carried it with me to two different conferences in hopes of getting some good video to share. However, I failed!! I did shoot some video but nothing I found useful - we ran out of time at each workshop to complete the activity. Then, today, someone shared on the Facebook group, Challenge Course Pros, a little clip of one of the workshops where we were trying out the process of rolling orbs along the P-Cord track - the cat out of the bag.
So, it's time to share everything I have and give a GREAT BIG thanks to those who shared with me so long ago - sorry it's taken this long. (I'm still on the quest to shoot some video of a full activity, so I'll share it when I have it.) And, since you'll have your hands on these ideas, try them out and get some film!! We would love to see how it works for you!
My "Loop Kit" contains 12 orbs, about 8 inches in diameter (I found these at a Dollar Store and I can let out the air and pump them up when ready to use) and 12 P-Cord Loops (25 feet of P-Cord each, tied at the ends with a Barrel Knot). I have enough equipment for 24 participants (each pair gets one orb and one loop).
Have FUN out there my friend!
Chris Cavert, Ed.D.