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How do sports teach teamwork?

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2011-03-07 19:25:35
2011-03-07 19:25:35

Sports teach the aspect of teamwork because they have to work with other people in order to achieve the same goal. It makes you not worry about what you're doing, but working together to get done what needs to be done.

"It makes you not worry about what you're doing, but working together to get done what needs to be done." Not exactly true.

Team sports teach team work because, you the individual need to preform your duties/ responsibility to the best of your ability and expect the same from the person next to you, in order for the team, as a unit, to perform at the best of its ability.

The team can only preform as well as its weakest link, and you don't want to be that link, nor does anyone else. You up your performance and so will your teammates, making for a stronger team.

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