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Icebreakers, Warm-up, Review, and Motivator Activities
in the 70s - Slang Terms of the Seventies
In hindsight calling the Long Trail a warm-up is laughable. The Long Trail was miles of muddy, rugged, up and downs that pushed me to my personal limit. This article is a recap of our time on the Long Trail and how we hiked it, a personal guide that details every day we spent on the trail. Hopefully it can inspire and help plan future thru-hikes. This post is broken up into three sections for easier reading. The 4 years leading up to the Long Trail I purchased and re-purchased every piece of gear multiple times in my pack including the pack itself. I was little disappointed with the final weight of my setup for this trip and was nowhere near what most would consider ultralight.
Icebreakers, Warm-up, Review, and Motivator Activities For the following activities, it often helps to break the group into dyads pairs or triads trios. The smaller groups allow for more discussion, keeps participants from mentally wondering off, builds rapport, and allows for one-on-one relationships. Dyads place two persons in a no-threat, eyeball-to-eyeball relationship where rapport is easy to build. Triads still mange to keep a lot of the intimacy of dyads, while providing more viewpoints.
Recovering from the Big Break: One moment in your riding life that you remember oh so clearly. Jumps tends to stay relatively still when you approach.