25:00 min


This is where it gets really interesting – can the participants solve movement-problems? Inspired from sports like climbing we can set a challenge or route with certain given rules but not with a clear solution and then ask the participants to solve it.

SO How can we set these “movement problems”? Well first choose the obstacles – or maybe only one. Then set the rules – they could be one or more of the following combined – done solo, in couples or groups of more participants:

– Don’t touch the ground (you can have 1,2 or 3 lives maybe).

– Eyes closed.

– No jumps.

– Everyone must go through.

– One has to be transported passively, carried by the others.

– A target must be hit with stones or something during the course.

When the challenge is set ask yourself:

– Is it safe?

– Is it fun?

– Do the participants learn something?


– Often the learning goals are specific and clear to coach for you and the participants have a clear idea of what is the expected movement outcome. In this case you MUST hold back and not give the solution(s).

– If a participant is quick to solve the challenges – ask her/him to hold back and let others try also.

– Only stop things that are unsafe or if they are stuck with a problem for long.

–  Have many challenges ready and be ready to scale them according to the group.

You are more of a guide/facilitator than a teacher in an original master-participant setting


– How it targets physically is very dependent on what kind of challenge you set.

– Preparedness, ready to act on what happens without a plan.

– Control, often these challenges demand a lot of physical stability and balance.

– Focus, a skill that can also be transferred to many other situations.


– Creative thinking: Solving the problems demands that you think creatively.

– Team-work: Cooperation with peers.

– Effective communication: group members have to communicate effectively to solve tile problems

– Empathy: Patience and openness towards others. Seeing the problem from others’ perspective

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