Balancing Act, that’s what coaching is about, some years it works for you, others it doesn’t, and this is why it takes a number of years to become a really good coach, for we have to learn to balance the skills, techniques and tactics side of coaching and balancing it with the people skills side of the equation.
Miyoko Shida Rigolo – Balancing
Of course, everyone wants their child to do well, though realistically that isn’t always going to happen as children try different things and sports, so somewhere along the line they will do something that doesn’t come naturally to them, and it always pays to remember that sports coaching isn’t a baby sitting service.
Coaches Should Not Be Babysitters – Rik Charlesworth
And of course, at some stage we all want to get results, and we’ve seen the coaches on the side lines yelling at and exonerating their players to greater effort, but does it actually work?
Does Yelling At Your Players Help Them Win More?
And when it comes to coaching, it always helps to have a guide or two to help us on our way.
Coaching is a very interesting exercise, and the more one does, the more one learns, and coaching becomes a balancing act, for the biggest thing that we do forget is that sports is played by people