Today I switched from the walking group in boot camp to the running group -- OMG, running is so much harder!
We did a politically incorrect exercise called an Indian run. Basically, we ran down the road in a straight line. The person in the back had to sprint to the front of the line and so on.
What I can't figure out is why they call it an Indian run. Did Native Americans (see, I can be PC!) run in straight lines and switch places a lot? It doesn't seem like the most efficient way to travel.
I would say we ran 1/2 mile total. About halfway through I thought I was going to collapse in a heap and die. But, it would be insanely embarrassing to be the only one who died so I kept plugging along.