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Old 05-28-2005, 08:42 AM #43
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me and my freind are starting a five man and were broke, dont have a team name and would like sugestions on team names and how to get sponsered
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Old 06-10-2005, 09:25 PM #44
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those are some goooood tips

imma go use them... : /
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Old 08-04-2005, 07:51 PM #45
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yeah i'm going to start a team wit my friends

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Old 08-12-2005, 01:52 PM #46
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Team Practices are a must, both private ones with your team and scrimmages with other teams. These are my suggestions for you and your team, to improve performance thorughout the year.

1. Practice at different playing fields with different layout; practice on woodland and concept fields.

2. If you have two squads, practice against each other. Other teams are good to scrimmage, too, because they will give you a different look. Have you second squad try all kinds of plays including the unusual ones.

3. Practice using different drills, game situations and scenarios. Have your front players play back and your cover players play up front. THis is so they appreciate one another's roles. It teaches a valuable lesson: one type of player cannot win without the other.

4. Make sure your team is prepared logistically off the field as well as being ready to play on the field. Some teams practice the weekend before a tournament; some teams do not for fear of injury. My Team, Team Remix, always practices the weekend before a tournament. Check and double check batteries, lenses, chrono speeds, all the details need to be checked ahead of time.

5. Be sure to send in the entry fee and roster before the deadline. Sometimes an event will not let you pay on the day of the event, and you will have wasted the trip and travel money.

6. Get to the tournament site at least a day before you play so you can "walk" the fields. Learn the fields for offensive and defensive play, and run your team from both flag stations to see how long it takes to ge to key bunkers. Plan tactics and strategy. Go over this several times privately away from the field.

7. The morning of the tournament make sure everyone is at the site at least 2 hours before play. Find a staging area, and get your paint and air while other team members set up a canopy. If you don't have a canoopy, and the field has tents or pavilions, send two teammates to the site extra early to reserve a spot for the rest of your players. This is especially good if it starts to rain!

Play hard, watch scores and rotate in alternates if you want or need to. Play fair, play safe, and no fighting. Also remember: NO CHEATING whatsoever.

Critique each of your games when it is over and get ready for the next game right away. There may be very quick turn-a-rounds and you cannot afford to forfeit any game.

Off Season

During the off-season keep in touch with your players, and have team mettings and get-togethers. Work on sponsorships and moneymaking ideas. Make a schedule of tournaments you want to do in the upcoming season. Play all year if you can; you can scale back in the off-season, but DON'T QUIT.

Where the weather is cold and wet, go to indoor fields to practice and play. Always be scouting for players.

These tips should help you from your beginning all the way to a formidable competion paintball team.


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Old 09-17-2005, 09:05 PM #47
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Hey REMIX i needed some help on stuff so can you PM me with your AIM or make it so i can PM you thx
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Old 11-21-2005, 04:31 PM #48
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Old 11-25-2005, 10:59 PM #49
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Play hard, watch scores and rotate in alternates if you want or need to. Play fair, play safe, and no fighting. Also remember: NO CHEATING whatsoever.


ok well my advice that i know that works is learn how to cheate together, now this may sound wrong which it is but... 90% of paintballers claim they never have cheated but i have, bye either shooting hot and not chronoing even though they knew it, having alittle bounce here and there, taking that pointless dive to the bunker in front of yours to wipe off the paint. Seriously your gunna go up against cheaters some may not cheat that much some may cheat 24/7 learn to fight fire with fire. Learn how to wipe, without getting caught learn to communicate about where the refs are and who they cant see and make up words or speak in another langue (we speak spanish) to let one and other when its safe to wipe ect. Also learn how to work with your teamates to make it look like the other guy got shot first even though that probally didnt happen. Example some runs through to bunker you and your at your own center 40 and your team8 is at left 40. dont shoot him just have ur team8 pick him up and make it look like he was shot first (easier to show in real life).
Also dont pick the best ballers in the area because that can lead to bad drama. Get a team with people who work together well. Do things with ur team8s off the field party it up, live it up ....
Have a leader and know who your go 2 guys are. The worst thing is a team without a leader. A strong leader=a steady plan that will slmost always try to get achomplished. You cant have everyone doing their own thing on the field. Also know who your go to guys are. EX: you playmakers.
Who makes the sacrifices if someone has to sit out for a hot gun it better not be your key playmaker. Know your order of each of your team memembers importance meaning if you have a team of 8 know who your top 5 are so on game day there is no debating who sits/plays.
Have fun, odds are your probally wont et sponsered or win whatever torny your in so make sure you make the best of it.
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Old 11-30-2005, 08:15 PM #50
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Old 02-09-2006, 02:27 PM #51
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Old 06-15-2006, 11:04 AM #52
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Team Practices are a must, both private ones with your team and scrimmages with other teams. These are my suggestions for you and your team, to improve performance thorughout the year.

1. Practice at different playing fields with different layout; practice on woodland and concept fields.

2. If you have two squads, practice against each other. Other teams are good to scrimmage, too, because they will give you a different look. Have you second squad try all kinds of plays including the unusual ones.

3. Practice using different drills, game situations and scenarios. Have your front players play back and your cover players play up front. THis is so they appreciate one another's roles. It teaches a valuable lesson: one type of player cannot win without the other.

4. Make sure your team is prepared logistically off the field as well as being ready to play on the field. Some teams practice the weekend before a tournament; some teams do not for fear of injury. My Team, Team Remix, always practices the weekend before a tournament. Check and double check batteries, lenses, chrono speeds, all the details need to be checked ahead of time.

5. Be sure to send in the entry fee and roster before the deadline. Sometimes an event will not let you pay on the day of the event, and you will have wasted the trip and travel money.

6. Get to the tournament site at least a day before you play so you can "walk" the fields. Learn the fields for offensive and defensive play, and run your team from both flag stations to see how long it takes to ge to key bunkers. Plan tactics and strategy. Go over this several times privately away from the field.

7. The morning of the tournament make sure everyone is at the site at least 2 hours before play. Find a staging area, and get your paint and air while other team members set up a canopy. If you don't have a canoopy, and the field has tents or pavilions, send two teammates to the site extra early to reserve a spot for the rest of your players. This is especially good if it starts to rain!

Play hard, watch scores and rotate in alternates if you want or need to. Play fair, play safe, and no fighting. Also remember: NO CHEATING whatsoever.

Critique each of your games when it is over and get ready for the next game right away. There may be very quick turn-a-rounds and you cannot afford to forfeit any game.

Off Season

During the off-season keep in touch with your players, and have team mettings and get-togethers. Work on sponsorships and moneymaking ideas. Make a schedule of tournaments you want to do in the upcoming season. Play all year if you can; you can scale back in the off-season, but DON'T QUIT.

Where the weather is cold and wet, go to indoor fields to practice and play. Always be scouting for players.

These tips should help you from your beginning all the way to a formidable competion paintball team.


this should go in the regional players forum because if you have noticed that this is a recreational forum.
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Old 07-07-2006, 09:41 AM #53
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where do you find tournys? i look at my home field and there is only one every 6 months, is there a site? pm me if someone knows ill lose this thread
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Old 07-08-2006, 09:23 PM #54
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me and my brother are starting a team he is only 9 so would he be allowed to play in tournaments?
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Old 07-14-2006, 02:24 PM #55
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Old 07-22-2006, 09:33 PM #56
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it doesnt help me. im not on a team. lol
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Old 09-11-2006, 05:48 PM #57
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Old 12-19-2006, 04:03 PM #58
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Old 12-26-2006, 01:47 PM #59
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thanks for the tips do u sugest any drils for a 3 man team? (we have 2 squads) pm me please
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Old 12-26-2006, 01:59 PM #60
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Old 01-13-2007, 12:04 PM #61
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Old 01-24-2007, 05:34 PM #62
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me and my friends started a 5 man team and this healped allot thx
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Old 01-26-2007, 11:29 PM #63
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I started a team...pbnation helped alot. I recruited 2 solid players here.
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