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Old 05-11-2005, 08:48 PM   #1
Ryan VanOrsdel
 
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Hey, I tried this out the first time tonight. It's called romping (at least around here it is).

here are the instructions to pep up a normal run

1.) Get two to four people who are insane and ready to work hard.
2.)pick an order (each person gets a turn so you need an order)
3.)The first leader starts running (or climbing a tree, or doing a duck walk, or crawling, or climbing the nearest road sign, or basically whatever he wants that is a challenge)
4.)Everybody must follow the leader.
5.)after five minutes the next leader starts leading the group.

You may get arrested, or at least yelled at, but it was so much fun and so much hard I will definetly keep doing it.

peace,
Ryan
PS if any one else does this let me know how it went email me at ryan@rustyshovelrecords.com

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