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Why some people find excercise harder than others | Coaching Adults

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Colin Bennett said:
This was an interesting video and is a zero cost strategy. However what do other coaches think is the "prize" in other sports apart from running or cycling where it is a finishing line and is obvious?
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An interesting video and concept. I did too wonder how this could be used in practice in other sports. My thoughts turned to breaking down the 'finish line' into something more management, so for example gymnastics where a routine may be the end result with new moves might need smaller goals rather than the large and seemingly unrealistic at the start... but then that is creating lots of goals one after the other and will this this take away the sense of achievement? I think reflection in this sense would be better to regularly look back at the starting point and the successes of progression, perhaps with the use of technology?
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