Game for Big Group – Looking Now #106On August 12, 2019 by Raul Dinwiddie
During the exercise everyone stands in a line at one side of the room with their backs against the wall. Point to one person who is going to stand at the opposite wall. He is the watcher. The goal of each person in the line is to touch the opposite wall without any of his movements being catched by the eye of the watcher. The goal of the watcher is to catch the movements of the walkers. The watcher turns around and will say the sentence ‘looking now’. He remains the ‘oo’ sound as long as he wants. When he isn’t looking the walkers will try to come as close as possible to the opposite wall On a random moment he says ‘king now’ and on ‘now’ he will turn around to catch a movement. the moment he see someone moving he point at that person and says what the moving where Looooooking now! I saw you walking. And I saw you moving with your arm. The persons that has been spotted go back to the wall and start over again. The watcher turns around again. Looooooooooooking now! He now didn’t spot any movements. He looks around for a few more second to see if he sees someone moving and turns around again. Looooking now! I saw you walking. I saw you moving your leg and I now see you losing balance! Loooooo Touch base! One person touched the wall and is the winner. He now becomes the watcher and the others go back in line at the opposite wall. Go on just as long the majority of the group has been the watcher once. The trainer guides the team and applies variations exersice. What kind of variations you can read below this video on YouTube. And haven’t you subscribed yet? Hit the subscribe button to stay tuned for a new team exercise each Sunday on Youtube.com/teamexercises to improve cooperation and communication.