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Arrow Break

A Test of Commitment

Program Overview

At TeamBonding we’ve worked with hundreds of organizations and professionals internationally and are passionate about creating life-changing events and exercises. Arrow Breaking is one of these life-changing exercises.  One end of the arrow is placed at the soft, supple part of your throat and the goal is for you to bend and then snap the arrow in half without any injury to yourself in the process.

This team building exercise for adults is one your team won’t want to miss – the exclusive and exciting Arrow Break program! We are all tested on the road to success, and the best way to get through the challenges we face is through unwavering commitment. It is a known fact that commitment is fundamental to almost all notable human achievements. Committed employees bring added value to their organization through their determination, proactive support, high productivity and an awareness of quality. Commitment is fundamental to management, attendance, and loyalty – all of which adds to a company’s success. During this team building exercise for adults, participants will work closely in pairs. They must trust and rely on each other to work through their vulnerabilities and get to a place of 100% commitment.

TeamBonding’s Arrow Break program allows your teams to gain this lifelong lesson in a powerful and memorable way.


Group Size

4-50 people

Time Needed

1-1.5 Hours

Space Requirement

This program works in most spaces. Ideally, the room has a large open space to accommodate for the Icebreakers/Energizers as people will be moving around.

Ideal For
  • Developing a clear understanding of how participants let fear get in their way
  • Gaining clarity about something in their work/life in which they want to have 100% commitment
  • Understanding how to empower others in the organization
  • Being inspired to achieve the incredible
  • Appreciating the critical importance of working together

We can include a specific corporate message or area or focus into the discussion portion of this event. Additionally, this program can be done one of two ways:

  • As a seminar for a large audience with a focused lecture followed by one or two volunteers joining the lead onstage to demonstrate breaking an arrow with their necks
  • As a workshop there is a setup about commitment and fears with a walkthrough and demonstration followed by all the participants breaking an arrow with their neck

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