This one was so much fun, plus as an adult its always fun to play on a blown up obstacle course. Probably not so much an obstacle course, but trying to squeeze through the tunnel which is obviously designed for children.
Up a wooden pole and across and net, and then down the trunk of a tin slide. If your not careful you would catch your butt on the connection. Also on the way down you, had to endure you bent your knees to take the impact of the landing.
Why oh why did I think that I could monkey arm across the net, I knew I should have used my legs for extra stability, but no I had to try it. As soon as you grab hold you literally move the net down so its actually harder to get to the next one. So no surprise I lost grip and fell, in the process of falling into the water, I hit the button and rolled my ankle (this is not the best thing to do when you have a 15km run the following day, and of course is the one thing I was desperately trying to avoid). It was then a slow burpee time, as I couldn't jump on the ankle, it was also the time I caught up with Clem, who had also fallen off and was doing some burpee penalties.
Drop it like it's Hot
A new one, which was just a vertical drop. The drop was fine, but hitting your head was not, not the greatest feeling smacking your head against the back, which developed an instant headache. You definitely only try and do these things once, and made sure that my posture going down the second time was a lot better, I really didn't want a double headache.
Leap and Splat
More water, after flying into the water after the drop, you had to get out on the other side and then run across 5 floating platforms, made it to the third both times but fell off each time. Another swim and to the finish line.