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More enjoyable physical education activities

CoachBob

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Physical education classes were more enjoyable for both the students and teachers alike when the class size allowed something other than just calisthenics and running laps. I don't recall seeing crab soccer but the view of the boy third from the right shows why a formal "jock check" wasn't always necessary.
Pyramids were a very common activity but one which probably fell victim to coed classes and potential injury concerns. Anyone remember either of these activities in your PE classes?



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15071jock

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CRAB SOCCER in HS was least popular PE activity. BUT, did offer good visuals--I could have been that be-spectacled freshman boy (until Coach said I should choose a PE tennis option & picked me for swim team). Coach also supervised body shaving sessions--THAT was enjoyable PE acitivity...
 

Bigbubble12

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CRAB SOCCER in HS was least popular PE activity. BUT, did offer good visuals--I could have been that be-spectacled freshman boy (until Coach said I should choose a PE tennis option & picked me for swim team). Coach also supervised body shaving sessions--THAT was enjoyable PE acitivity...
Same here. On swim team we had to shave our bodies and I was
Always asked about my moles/freckles made me self conscious
 

billTO

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Physical education classes were more enjoyable for both the students and teachers alike when the class size allowed something other than just calisthenics and running laps. I don't recall seeing crab soccer but the view of the boy third from the right shows why a formal "jock check" wasn't always necessary.
Pyramids were a very common activity but one which probably fell victim to coed classes and potential injury concerns. Anyone remember either of these activities in your PE classes?



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No, thank heaven.
 

packedstrap

Jockstrap Fan
Physical education classes were more enjoyable for both the students and teachers alike when the class size allowed something other than just calisthenics and running laps. I don't recall seeing crab soccer but the view of the boy third from the right shows why a formal "jock check" wasn't always necessary.
Pyramids were a very common activity but one which probably fell victim to coed classes and potential injury concerns. Anyone remember either of these activities in your PE classes?



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I forgot about crab socker.
 

ScottTheJockGuy

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We did crab soccer. Never did the pyramid.
My favorite activity was hockey. The entire class time spent just being aggressive with other boys. It’s one of the few gym activities I excelled at.
 

StrappedMan

Jockstrap Fan
I remember crab soccer. I loved it. We didn’t do the pyramid thing. We also were not required to wear jockstraps. We were required to shower. I remember running into the shower to get damp and running out to dry off. I was so self conscious as a skinny white kid. Ashamed of my body, ashamed of looking at the other boys. And now I wish I belonged to a gym where I could strut around naked not giving two fucks who saw me and openly oggling any naked ass man I wanted. Also I still would like to play crab soccer with a bunch of jocked up dudes. I’d kick some ass and hopefully suck some dick!
 

AlvordSky

Jockstrap Fan
Physical education classes were more enjoyable for both the students and teachers alike when the class size allowed something other than just calisthenics and running laps. I don't recall seeing crab soccer but the view of the boy third from the right shows why a formal "jock check" wasn't always necessary.
Pyramids were a very common activity but one which probably fell victim to coed classes and potential injury concerns. Anyone remember either of these activities in your PE classes?



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Yes – Crab soccer. Jocks were expected.
 
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