OK, I'll post day one tomorrow. :-) That gives you today to write your cards out. I'll post the actual game in the challenges forum of the team.
Incidentally, you can always play catch-up should you miss a day or two, or spot these posts after the start of the game.
Also, I've deliberately gone with shorter length exercises to encourage everyone to participate, but we can always revise the exercise list later to include some longer exercises if team members like the idea. :-)
Good luck everyone! Have fun with it! Hugs, Lex xxx
Absolutely. I've edited my original post and added the list of exercises. I would suggest that if you don't have a minimum of 25 exercises from the list open you could substitute them with ones from other sections such as yoga that you do have open. That way you still get to play. :-) Hugs, Lex xxx
Sounds like fun. Since you have already done the research on the activities that will count, could you list the 36 exercises in a message? It would make it easier for us to create the bingo card, especially if we don't have all of the exercises open yet. Thanks!
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I'm thinking of starting up a game of Bingo using the Exerbeat game.
How it would work is fairly simple...
You each make up a bingo card (25 squares in a 5 by 5 formation), but instead of using numbers, you fill the squares in with any exercise from Aerobics, Hip Hop, Boxing and Karate (not the karate forms) that is under 5 minutes in duration.
There are 36 to choose from.
Then, each day I call 3 exercises. If you have them on your card, do the exercises and cross them off your card.
I will also post at the beginning of the game three patterns we are trying to draw on our cards, plus Blackout (all squares filled). I will use this Bingo pattern site to choose the patterns we will exercise for:
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