Coaching Roles

Coaching Roles

Coaching Roles

Some of the most persuasive people in your life could very likely be your coaches. The coaches that I remember differed very much in there personalities. I played football and threw shot and discus in high school. My two coaches for track were very motivating. They never got frustrated with me. Their patience was very rare in that they had a lot of it, and they always went out of their way to give you that extra help. My discus coach helped me fine tune my throw so well that it took me to metro two years in a row. On the other hand, the football coaches were a completely different story. (They were a breed of their own, and were the epitome of the ?jar head? football coaching staff). It?s hard to keep a straight face when a coach with the I.Q. of a bowling ball is yelling at you and the best thing he can come up with to call you is ?a box of rocks?(you had to have been there).
Coaches can really impact the life of an athlete, positively and negatively. The positive coaches will

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