Essays on Coaching

Traditional Or ‘skill Based’ Coaching: An Instructor-oriented Approach To Fundamental Sport-specific Skills

Traditional or ‘skill based’ coaching is an instructor-oriented approach to fundamental sport-specific skills, where the learner is told what to do and how to do it (more of an autocratic coaching style). The coach organises highly structured drills and provides feedback to the players for correcting and improving skills. The traditional approach involves breaking sports...
616 Words 1 Page

Midterm Coaching Inventory

For as long as I can remember, I have enjoyed taking assessments. Although there have been a few bad apples in the bunch, the majority of assessments that I have taken over the years always leave me with valuable insight into myself and my thought patterns. More importantly, I appreciate the information the assessment offers...
934 Words 2 Pages

Coaching: A Naturally Dynamic Career

Coaching is a naturally dynamic career. It requires one to constantly keep adapting their strategies and approaches to every unique batch of students. Therefore, describing who I am as a coach might prove difficult because I am constantly changing like my students. This is the part I love most about coaching; no one team is...
589 Words 1 Page

Empowering Inner Peace and Freedom: Coaching Relationship and Process

Introduction: Coaching is defined by making people value themselves in terms of their future potential and not their past performance and behavior, under the umbrella of a unique relationship and process that evokes the transformation that people desire and that would eventually enhance their quality of life and help them reach the fulfillment they seek....
2512 Words 6 Pages
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