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ANGLEBALL

ANGLEBALL Invented in the USA, the ANGLEBALL, inspired by traditional Indian tribal sports, has a target ball on a three-meter high post, which is used as a target for shooting. The game can be played in a touch rugby style or handball style for flexibility. The rules and techniques are simple and easy to understand. …

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Smakaball

Smakaball activities require coordinated passing and catching and positioning, tacit understanding, and training in cooperative skills. It requires proper communication and coordination between staff. This activity is a low skill and can be played by all levels of fitness, making it ideal for small company training. Key training :  Enhancing Centripetal Force Team Cohesion Communication …

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VX Ball

The VX ball is a combination of dodgeball, stick tennis, and canoeing, with a rare double-headed design that tests the player’s left and right-hand coordination. The soft VX ball uses a safer sponge ball, and the rules of dribbling have been removed, making it an entry-level VX ball experience that can be played without fear …

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Dodgeball

The sport of dodgeball has been developed in Hong Kong for ten years and over 100 organizations have experienced it. It is easier to master than dodgeball by using the ball as an attack or pass, and the simple passing technique is the most direct physical contact between staff, thus breaking the gap between them …

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Nerf Gun

Nerf Gun is a story-based activity that differs from the existing Airsoft Wargame in that it requires a strategy to collect energy, upgrade equipment, and win the final battle.Nerf Gun is very effective as a team-building activity, where employees can link the activity to their work, for example, from the preparation to the completion of …

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Airstorm​

The survival of a company in the marketplace depends on the cooperation of its employees and, if necessary, the sacrifice of oneself to distract the enemy and make the attack a success. Sometimes the job also involves putting oneself aside to make business happen. Through this activity, staff can get to know themselves and their …

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Bubble Soccer

Bubble soccer is often played as a team-building activity at company or group events, and the popularity of the sport is still growing. Bubble soccer is a competitive team sport that follows the same goals and general rules as regular football, but each player wears a bubble ball and aims to kick the ball into …

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Human Table Football

Team Building is a real-life version of football, which requires good communication and team spirit as it requires both offensive and defensive skills and mental agility. It also helps staff to understand the importance of teamwork. Key Training Items: Understanding the importance of teamwork Team cohesion Building team spirit Establishing effective group communication patterns Possible …

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Foot Darts

A few meters away from a large target, players place several balls on the ground and kick them in order to make them stick to the target. This is a test of not only the player’s footwork but also of the tacit understanding between the players. Key Training Items: Understanding the importance of teamwork Valuing …

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Whac-A-Mole

The huge inflatable facility is like a large-scale business, with each person in their respective position, working together and strategising to get the items out of the circle, enhancing communication between staff. Key Training Items: Understanding the importance of teamwork Team cohesion Building team spirit Communication skills Rating Stimulation 4 stars Technical Requirements 1 stars …

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