South Africa: Reporting From the World Cup's Opening Match - National Geographic ADVENTURE

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After a quick warm-up Rommel paired us up and walked through the program of 6 exercises/stations on the whiteboard. A quick blow of the whistle and everyone hustled through the 40 second interval at their first station which varied from chest presses to jump squats to bear crawls and even pushing/pulling the weighted 'sled' the length of the warehouse building. When the whistle blew again we had a few seconds to ready ourselves and get weights for the next station. We kept rotating stations every 40 seconds so the movements were pretty varied and quick-paced. We used all sorts of equipment including kettleballs, the physioball and the BOSU for different parts of our workout. The last 5-10 minutes were spent on floor exercises that we all did together asdf such as sit ups and plank-positioned challenges. I've heard that when weather permits, this class is brought outside and incorporates short runs and obstacle courses which sounds really fun too!

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i'm blowing my vuvuzela right now!!

Richard Wilson

I'm not a fan of football but i commend those hardcore fans for being so supportive for their respective countries. I like their passion for the sport and the adrenaline rush their getting onto when the heat is on, if you know that i mean! Thanks!


The vuvuzelas debate (their merits versus their ability to irritate and distract players, officials and fans) is heating up in the football presses now. It'll be interesting to see if the TV networks actually start killing the match sounds or if venue officials ban the instruments. Madness all round!

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The vuvuzelas seem to be way more fun than anything fans have in the West. Interesting post!

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