Building A Stronger Bond Through Team Sports

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There are many sports that are being played around the world, individual and teams sports. Having a sport does not only help your body be fit, it also helps develop strong relationships with your teammate or your opponent as well. It helps you physically and mentally as well. A game helps you think thus it helps your mind to think. Communication skills can be developed in team sports. You cannot play on your own; you have teammates to whom you can rely upon and the other way around.

There are team games or sports that are being played around the world like Football, basketball, volleyball, softball, and other sports which involve more players. There are recent introduction of new sports. In the early 2000, there is a game called bubble football. In bubble football, players are encased in an inflated torus, which covers the player’s upper body and head. It is similar to football but with the addition of the protection on the head that is inflated. This game was first introduced in Norway and it has been known all over the world already.

Like in Singapore, most of the corporations play the bubble soccer or football. Bubble soccer or football has already reached Singapore. Several people are already playing this game therein, like in company parties, birthday parties and reunions. This is played mostly in companies because it helps the employees be more productive. In Singapore where the employees have to work hard in order to maintain a standard performance in the company, they need to have a time out. With the bubble bump invasion companies have developed their bonds because in playing the game they make a good team. That is what is needed in a company. It will help the employees to be more productive after a deviation from the everyday routine in work.

Team sports or recreation games build a stronger relationship between families, or office mates. Playing these kinds of games help you to develop communication skills. It also helps you to respect others the way you respect your teammates and opponents. Be sport in everything you do. Sportsmanship is the key to building a stronger bond. It likewise helps you to trust someone. When you learn to trust your teammates then you will not have a hard time trusting others. A game or sport involves strategies. Your teammates may have some ideas and you have an idea of your own. You will learn how to compromise your ideas and come up with a better plan. Compromise is also a key in creating a strong bond with other people.

For athletes who usually play in teams they have developed their relationship with each other during training. They train almost every day thus the more time they spend together as a team the more they make a stronger bond. They will learn to know each other’s personalities and they will learn how to deal with each other’s personality. This also goes for recreation activities for company employees, family and friends. When the relationships have grown stronger the results are better.