Six Ways to Become a Better Coach

I am a sports enthusiast; so I search and read information from other sports, especially track, soccer and tennis. I found this article on Elite Track:

The Six Ways to Be a Better Coach

1. Educate your self in sports sciences.
2. Treat each athlete as an individual.
3. Think critically.
4. Be creative.
5. Be flexible.
6. Don’t get complacent.

Few articles are as accurate as this, and Michael Young’s list echoes my criticism.

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