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The world we live in is growing increasingly fast-paced, stressful, and filled with responsibility. Because of this, everyone needs some time to relax and have some recreation. Our modern way of life also tends to be sedentary, and the meals we eat are often not very healthy. Exercise is a very important component in renewing us. For these reasons, sports recreation activities are some of the best recreation we can choose. There are many options for hobbies to provide sports recreation. You may even want to learn some new recreational sports skills.
Courses to learn new sports recreation skills can be found online and in larger cities. You can learn and participate in team sports through the local Y and other organizations. Team sports recreation activities you might like to participate in include softball, baseball, basketball, and sometimes soccer for younger people. Another team sport you might enjoy is bowling. Regardless of your skill level you can find a bowling team to have fun with.
Individual sports recreation activities you can learn and participate in include golf, tennis, running, aerobic dance, gymnastics, and horseback riding. Don’t overlook bicycling and weight training too. Many of these sports can be learned at the local Y as well. For some of these, you’ll want to have a friend to play against or share the exerience with. Many runners, for instance, like to run with a friend. And games like tennis and handball really need cooperation for best results.
Puzzled to find the ancient Chinese Dragon boats in Nottinghamshire? Well, this is just one of the few corporate event surprises that Chillisauce has in store for you. Nottinghamshire, with its scenic beauty and loads of corporate outdoor activities is the perfect place to relax and engage in exciting team building activities. Dragon Boat racing in Nottinghamshire is one of the most popular team building corporate events, requiring equal participation from all, thus instilling in them a sense of corporate team spirit.
In today’s world, if you have to reach a goal, you cannot do it in isolation, you have to work as a team with equal contribution from all. The best way to recharge the corporate team spirit and strengthen the bonds is by engaging in fun team building corporate event organized beautifully by Chillisauce.
<b>Enter the Dragon</b>
Riding a Dragon is now even more fun. The corporate teams can spend either a two hour, half day or full day ride. Two to six boats are raced at a time depending on the time and number of participants. As you step into the boats, you are transformed to the 2000-year-old ancient Chinese era of mystery and magic. The real charm of Dragon Boat racing lies in its ability to get every corporate member of the team involved with one goal in mind. To cheer up the respective corporate teams, Chinese lions are ready to receive them at the finishing point. The best part is, you can sit back at home later and watch your whole action of taking your team to victory as it is captured live on the video.
Gerald Fusil is a man who always puts his ideas into action and others follow. The founder of the Raid Gauloises, The world’s first true expedition race is always on the lookout to expand the sport. The cost of competing in adventure racing has reached a level that few teams can now afford. Organisers and adventure racers are faced with high travel and insurance costs. One way to attract racers is to offer large sums in prize money, and top teams can make a living, but what about the average racer.
Last Year, During the annual Reunion D’Aventures race, Gerard Fusil added a bike and run discipline which required the four person team to share two mountain bikes during a couple of legs of the race. The trial was a success as teams were forced to think of tactics to complete the legs in the fastest possible way. Some teams doubled up on the downhill sections, others stayed, whilst the more successful set up a relay system with the rider going a set distance before leaving the bike at the edge of the track for their team mate, who would get on and then leapfrog them.
Gerard Fusil saw an opportunity to return once again to the basis of Expedition Adventure Racing. Providing teams the chance to explore a country, interface with the local population and race in exotic locations with out the need to transport large amounts of gear. Gerard Fusil announced his ideas at the Reunion D’Aventures prize giving and the world waited with bated breadth.