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What can coaches can do to be Inspiring ? | Coaching Youth (age 13-18)

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What can coaches can do to be Inspiring ?

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  • LizBurkinshaw

    Recent youth insight says that young people want experiences that are inspiring. ( amongst other things...) 

    What do you think coaches can do to create an inspiring session? 

  • clairemorrison

    Hi Liz,

    I think this is a greta area to raise. I always find that getting to know your athletes and finding out what makes them tick really helps. Use this to help you inspire the players. Work out what helps you feel inspired and what helped you at that age. Think about the environment you are working in and how you can make this inspiring as well with images and quotes that help create a buzz. This is one I really like. 

  • Wendyrussell


    I would say most great coaches don't really know that they "inspire" their athletes, just have a passion for the sport and wanting to help whoever they are coaching to be the best they can be. Showing commitment to their athletes and players and just investing time, whether that's planning great creative sessions or praising effort and commitment. 

  • NickRuddock

    I like to show the athletes world class performances and examples of the skills/routines they are working on. There is no greater visual inspiration than watching the worlds best on the Olympic stage ... 

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