Wednesday, September 12, 2007


I thought the rope exercise was very difficult. I could not quite figure out how to make it look like I was off balance. You had to lean back and pull, but you could not actually pull or you would fall back. I also could not get holding my hands in the right way or really any of it. But I enjoyed the mirror exercises again. I thought it was cool when we did it with two groups at the same time. Even though we did not start out doing stuff together, sometimes we ended up acting as a group.


cfunk said...

I really enjoyed the rope excercise as well. It was a lot of fun. The thing that made it hard was remembering to do all the little things in terms of how your body reacts when your actually doing tug of war. I also really liked the group activity at the end. I got a really clear vision of a fence when I was painting and got really into it. I think that is the type of mindset I need for all the activities now I have to figure out what I did so I can have that same focus.

kris kennedy said...

Just as everyone else is stating, i felt that pulling an imaginary rope was a tough task. It was very awkward to act something of that sort out; to exert the proper amount of energy without really exerting any energy at all. Watching others pull against each other, i noticed the high amount of imagination that this exercise required. But not only individual imagination but that the imagination had to be in sync between both people to get the full realistic potential. It an activity that I am sure we will become more familiar with in future classes

Ashley Duff said...

I also enjoyed the rope exercise even though I had more trouble with this exercise than others. Mentally I felt like I was actually holding a rope, but I know that I was not doing a very good job of portraying that. I enjoyed watching other people do the exercise more because it was interesting to see how they reacted to the activity.