Beginner: No experience but can swim at least 100 yards
Intermediate: Can perform basic kayaking strokes in lake, swim at least 100 yards.
Advanced: Familiar with advanced strokes and has participated in river trips, must swim 300 yards. Has on river roll in kayak.
Beginner: No experience
Intermediate: In good physical condition. Has climbed before, can tie harness, and is aware of belay commands.
Advanced: Knows figure 8 and square knots. Can use belay commands and climb 5.6.
Intermediate: Able to form and strum basic chords and chord progressions.
Advanced: Proficiency in playing all major and minor chords as well as bar chords. Able to strum with rhythm and knowledge of major and minor scales.
Intermediate: Knows basic rules of the game. May have played on a team.
Advanced: Currently plays on a competitive team, for a club, middle school or high school team. Good physical condition.
Beginner: Little or no experience
Intermediate: Has played with some regularity. Able to serve, volley and hit ground strokes with consistency
Advanced: Playing on a team regularly and competitively.
Intermediate: Has gone on a few family type outings. Comfortable with rod and reel. Limited experience fly fishing.
Advanced: Fishing regularly and consistently. Familiar with fly fishing and roll casting.
Beginner: No experience through swim 10 yards acceptable stroke
Intermediate: Swim 25 yards through 100 yards; front dive from side
Advanced: Swim 300 yards
Intermediate: Has participated in range riflery; knows range safety procedure, proper sight picture, etc.
Advanced: Is consistently capable of making a pro-marksman score of 20 or better at 50 feet
Intermediate: Can perform single and double take downs. Knows referee’s position.
Advanced: Knows scoring. Has competed on some level
Intermediate: Knows correct grip, target, on guard, advance and retreat
Advanced: Knows correct lunge, parry and beat attack. May be on team.
Intermediate: Has participated in range archery; knows range safety procedure, proper bow draw, release and position
Advanced: Is consistently capable of making a fair score and has earned archery achievement awards.
Intermediate: Can perform basic canoeing strokes in lake, swim at least 100 yards.
Advanced: Familiar with advanced strokes and has participated in river trips, must swim 300 yards.
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