I hate to be contrary, Brad, but I am especially appreciative that so many coaches are sharing there thoughts on this topic, as this is going to be a major obstacle for my private school team to overcome- zero storage- like none what's so ever!-, and without the "reply all", I would have missed some of the great ideas given on this topic and so many in the past. I think sharing our experiences and advice is one of the strengths of this group.
Perhaps your email is overwhelmed by postings, but there's always the "delete" button. Use it liberally. I know I do!
I am trying to figure out if I can create a foldable table that folds inward and would allow me to keep most of the pieces on when it is stored. I'll let you guys know my findings.
Much thanks for all those who shared already,
We weighing the options of building a practice table. Do you leave your table
up all the time even when you aren't meeting? If we meet at a library meeting
room, we will have to transport it every time. Any suggestions?
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