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April 2013

April 2013


Chemistry Class Ė Team-Building is an important tool for developing cohesion among players.

by: David Purdum
© April 2013

There is no exact blueprint for team-building, no scientific formula for team chemistry. But itís easy to spot the teams that have it and the teams that donít. Enthusiastic, focused sidelines and camaraderie that oozes off the bus are signs of a team with good chemistry. Finger-pointing, listless practices and team cliques are signs of a program in need of a boost of team-building. But how do you alter your teamís chemistry? How do you create a sense of unity when your roster turns over significantly from year to year? Answers vary, but it starts with effort. Team-building has to be a priority, like it is for these five successful head coaches, who each have their own formulas for creating chemistry.

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Heading into his 20th season at Ithaca College, Head Coach Mike Welch always has made team-building....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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