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Kathy Bees said:
Great read, and I totally agree. It is so important to remember what our role as coaches are! We are there to build up players and participants. As owner of Ready Steady Go Kids UK and a coach myself, we coach kids aged 2 to 7 years in multi sports and our biggest goal is fun, and participation. I don't think it matters what age the player is - participation and enjoyment is key and bad mouthing an athlete will not result in that outcome thus potentially turning that player / athlete away from sports and an active lifestyle! Not every one is going to Olympians or top performance athletes but it is our job to inspire active lifestyles for the long term benefit of our kids.
03/09/15
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