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Great ideas and suggestions that work.
I would also add to let them plan team activities and you just assist in facilitating.
While activities outside the sport are necessary, the team should also coalesce around the sport you are doing. Start talking about what is happening in meets where your rivals ran. Start talking about what events you think their top runners will do at the conference meet. Find out what your athletes' high school rivals or teammates are doing. Get them talking about what is happening in pro races. Make Kipchoge jokes, make Usain Bolt jokes ... in short, get them to be fans of the sport, I believe that will help them concentrate on improving.
More great stuff--thanks, all!
Okay--are you gonna use it? That could mean changing . . .
A 3 day camping trip can be fun. You can also get in a bit of jogging. But first, do you have a good feel for the pulse of the team? Why don't you pull aside your team captains and solicit ideas from them?
Training together is the best team-building exercise.
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Again, thanks to all--some terrific suggestions here!
Yes, we have good captains who are helping with their input. In addition, because I don't have a great sense of what's fun for others, I'll be relying on a small Fun Committee to generate ideas. I'll also ask students to oversee our social media and generate content for them--just have to make sure that they (and I) are very clear on what the NCAA allows.
Have you tried having an orgy?
Easy long run on mushrooms in the woods.
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