Here's a fun teamwork activity that always seems to get a group "going for the world record". It's easy to lead, just get a section of rope and ask the group to set a record for the most number of consecutive group jumps. This teambuilding exercise creates a great opportunity for you to talk with the group about goal setting, coordinated effort, and when to give up.
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