Physical Stress at Cub Scout Trainer WB
Doug Gentry (dwgentry@POLARCONSULT.COM)
Tue, 31 Dec 1996 08:21:21 -0800
Larry Jones and Michael Bowman's comments on physical activity at Cub Scout
Trainer WB fit mmy experience as well.
One caution to add, though, is that we all had to get by on limited sleep.
The individual and groups projects, not to mention the push to draft our
tickets kept virtually all the participants up into the wee hours of
Sure, the really focused and disciplined participant can go to bed on time,
but you'll find yourself drawn into conversations with your den members and
others, you'll want to help your colleagues on their projects, and the
curriculum is very packed. These are, BTW, all great reasons to go to the
course, if invited. Just be realistic about your ability to get by with
less sleep than you are used to.
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