Here are the 5 key points to take away when trying to reduce the risk of burnout in Musketeer athletes: 1.) Ensure the Musketeer it’s okay to say what’s on their mind by keeping an open line of communication with them. 2.) Give the Musketeer opportunities to help their teammates. 3.) Find social activities for a Musketeer to get involved in, whether it be a team sport or a club. 4.) Help a Musketeer manage how they help others, or they may be at risk of being taken advantage of. 5.) Remember that the Musketeer may be focused more on the wellbeing of their team than winning.
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