The stereotypical coach
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The stereotypical coach

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    Phomolo P.
    BW
    Phomolo P.

    coaching styles vary from sport to sport and from age to age and between people of different personality traits, and possibly between the sexes. In children's sport, the ranting shouting win at all costs coach has no place. This style is inappropriate for those who want to "play" for fun, relaxation and enjoyment.

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    What does the stereotypical coach do in certain situations?

    Rk S.
    IN
    Rk S.

    The stereotypical coach The stereotypical view of the coach by the public is displayed in the cartoon above. And in certain sports or situations, it would be difficult to convince some people that this is not the type of coach that their clubs need to bring them success! However, expectations of coaching styles vary from sport to sport and from age to age and between people of different personality traits, and possibly between the sexes. In children's sport, the ranting shouting win at all costs coach has no place. This style is inappropriate for those who want to "play" for fun, relaxation and enjoyment. Even at the elite level, the win at all costs mentality is being questioned and scholarship holders at the AIS and also many AFL clubs offer programs to look after athletes, so that they develop skills and abilities beyond the playing field. The 'burn out factor' is also considered by modern coaches who need to consider the total emotional and psychological well being of their charges as well as the traditional concern of physiological well being.

    Muhammad S.
    PK
    Muhammad S.

    Define the role of a coach.

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