HOW LA SWEAT BUILDS IT
But what about elite athletes, what about a team of professional cyclists? Cyclists who not only need Team Building Skills in the classic “corporate” sense, but who also need to be able to work (ride) together in a coordinated and synchronized fashion in service to the execution of a fluid strategy, at high speeds and under extreme physical, mental and metaphysical duress and sometimes when it’s ridic hot and humid, like for example in Tulsa, OK.
For reasons related to the costs and logistics, and most importantly the competitive advantages, associated with building—through science, nutrition, game theory, computer modeling and cognitive behavioral therapy—a proprietary Team Building Program, we’re not able publish the specifics of the LA Sweat program here on Manual for Speed. We have, however, been cleared to publish LA Sweat’s Team Building Manifesto and the first-ever photographs of one of LA Sweat’s Pre-Race Team Building Camps.
- Find a location conducive to movement, rich in vibes, bountiful in props and open to the sky. Unless it’s raining.
- Positivity + Hype + Sweat + The Drift = LA Sweat.
The following photographs were taken on July 8th the day before the commencement of La Sweat’s 2017 Tulsa Tough Race Campaign. While we are unable to publish specific proprietary techniques, we can tell you the name of the exercise and some details about how and why it’s important.