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    ashley
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    my quote for the week and I am not sure where it came from:

    Just because it is,

    does not make it RIGHT

    and


    Just because it is not,

    does not make it WRONG

    #24482
    bris83
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    plan your work, then work your plan (source unknown)

    #24485
    fergus
    Guest

    @ashley 607 wrote:

    my quote for the week and I am not sure where it came from:

    Just because it is,

    does not make it RIGHT

    and


    Just because it is not,

    does not make it WRONG

    Great advice for people when looking at and assessing training programs and ideas from other coaches

    #24483
    stingray
    Guest

    Great quote i found when helping as an assistant S&C Coach back there in NZ

    ” When the Student is ready, the Teacher will appear”

    #24488
    tomwill
    Guest

    “They call it coaching but it is teaching. You do not just tell them…you show them the reasons”

    Vince Lombardi

    #24480
    GetstrengthGetstrength
    Participant

    Strength training wrapped up!

    “Keep it simple, stupid!”

    The Kiss Principle

    #24486
    fergus
    Guest

    @tomwill 644 wrote:

    “They call it coaching but it is teaching. You do not just tell them…you show them the reasons”

    Vince Lombardi

    Great quote … I honestly believe if you try to coach without teaching you will fail over the longer term

    #24484
    stingray
    Guest

    @fergus 652 wrote:

    Great quote … I honestly believe if you try to coach without teaching you will fail over the longer term

    Totally agree……… The Why accompanying the What and then the How:D

    #24481
    ashley
    Guest

    @tomwill 644 wrote:

    “They call it coaching but it is teaching. You do not just tell them…you show them the reasons”

    Vince Lombardi

    After all coaching is just an extension of teaching

    #24487
    fergus
    Guest

    True.

    Someone once described coach and coaching to a salesman and sales, but I prefer the teaching analogy.

    For those of you interested in studying this (underestimated) area of coaching a little more might I suggest having a wee look at Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) … although not applied often to S&C it’s quite interesting in that it helps to explain why every athlete learns from you in a different manner – but many of us teach in just one manner.

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