In college, over the summer I would go to a four-day cheer camp. Cheer camp was a lot of fun since my whole squad went and all of us all l acquired so much. We l acquired dances, cheers and new stunts! It also was an awesome way to bond with the entire squad; however, the only downside of cheer camp was that it was always super hot. We would get up early and spend all day in the hot sun studying things. The hot and cold temperatures would be almost in the 90s, also there was no A/C anywhere. The building all of us l acquired the stunts in had mats, a roof; however, no AC. So frequently all of us would drop our flyer since all of us were hot. Where all of us ate dinner and dinner only had crucial fans that offered some cooling; however, basically you were just out of luck if you wanted A/C. The cheer camp did not even have a pool to properly cool off. Also since I shared a beach house with 20 other teenagers, the space I slept in was super hot. All of us teenagers would bring window fans and hook them up with extension cords, fans only move the already heated air though. What all of us entirely needed was a few portable cooling systems to keep the whole space warm. By The end of the four days, I was just itching to leave, and I was burned, tired and way too hot. I also was super cranky after being a sweat monster for a long weekend. A boy can only take so much sun and no cooling.