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The clothespin pinching itself wasn't very hard, but the wanting to switch hands or to rest my hand was hard. The activity was fun and a good way to learn about the human body and how soreness and pain tolerance works, (Even though it was painful...) I think it was a very good experience and doesn't bore kids to death like a lot of other lessons from other teachers. Even though it's painful, it's painful in a fun way, and a fun kind of competitive with yourself. I would much rather do this again than read in some dumb textbook.
1. Not really. I maintained a relatively steady record using the same technique.
2. Before, my hands felt normal, during the activity, my hands were throbbing, and after, my hands were kind of tingling.
3. I started off pretty well, got worse over time, and then got better at the last moment, and got way worse.
5. I think it changed because I got more tired, then gained more confidence later in the activity.
6. When your stomach absorbs the nutrients, it goes to your bloodstream and fuels your body as it flows through.
7. Maintain a steady pace.
8. It is like running where you have to keep moving and think positively and again, maintain a steady pace.