How do you play Snake?

How do you play Snake?

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How do you play the ladder game?

Space the game ladders about 15 feet apart and start tossing your bolas. Each player tosses all 3 bolas, then the next player tosses all 3 bolas. The first one to 21 without going over is the winner! The top rung is worth 3 points, middle is 2 and bottom rung i 1 point.

Who goes first in ladder ball?

Rounds: Ladder ball is played in rounds, with each round consisting in tossing 3 bolas. A shootout is used to decide which player goes 1st over a 1 round scenario, with the winner achieving the highest score. The players proceed to toss the bolas in alternating fashion until the round is over.

How do you set up a ladder toss?

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Do bounces count in Ladder Ball?

Players can get creative with their tosses, as long as they attempt to throw them in an underhand stye and do not step in front of the ladder. Bounces can also count as an acceptable way to score, as long as you throw each bola individually. The right toss can help you reach the top of the ladder.

Do points cancel in Ladder Ball?

Points are cancelled where the bolas of the opponent land on the same rung. For example, if Player A throws onto the middle rung he or she scores 2 points, but when the opponent lands on that same rung, the scores cancel, netting to 0. Points only cancel on the same rung.

How long are the strings on ladder ball?

One dozen golf balls and 12′ of 3/8” nylon cord. You can use all white golf balls, or have half another color to differentiate teams when playing.


Bola, also called Bolas, (Spanish: “balls”; from boleadoras), South American Indian weapon, primarily used for hunting, consisting of stone balls, usually in a group of three, attached to long, slender ropes. Bolas were also used by the gauchos of Argentina and Uruguay to catch cattle.

How many teams can play in Spike Ball?

two teams

How far apart are ladder rungs?

(i) Rungs, cleats, and steps of portable ladders (except as provided below) and fixed ladders (including individual rung/step ladders) shall be spaced not less than 10 inches (25 cm) apart, nor more than 14 inches (36 cm) apart, as measured between center lines of the rungs, cleats and steps.

What is the 4 to 1 rule when using a ladder?

The base of the ladder should be placed so that it is one foot away from the building for every four feet of hight to where the ladder rests against the building. This is known as the 4 to 1 rule.

What is the OSHA standard for ladders?

Each step or rung of a fixed ladder must be able to support a load of at least 250 pounds (114 kg) applied in the middle of the step or rung. Minimum clear distance between the sides of individual rung/step ladders and between the side rails of other fixed ladders must be 16 inches (41 cm).

What angle should Ladder be at?

75 degrees

What are 3 points of contact on a ladder?

Always maintain a 3-point (two hands and a foot, or two feet and a hand) contact on the ladder when climbing. Keep your body near the middle of the step and always face the ladder while climbing (see diagram).

What are the 3 types of ladders?

Ladders come in a range of styles to suit the different jobs they can be used for:Single Pole Ladders (maximum length 9 metres)Extension Ladders (maximum length 15 metres)Step Ladders (maximum height 6.1 metres)Dual Purpose Ladders (stepladder hinged to provide an extension)Platform (podium) Ladders.

What is the maximum height you can work from a ladder?

There is no maximum height for using a ladder. However, where a ladder rises 9 metres or more above its base, landing areas or rest platforms should be provided at suitable intervals.

At what height do you need a harness?

6 feet

At what height does OSHA require a harness?

OSHA requires that fall protection be provided at elevations of four feet in general industry workplaces, five feet in shipyards, six feet in the construction industry and eight feet in longshoring operations.