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Coaching Philosophy PaperChad LechtenbergATHC 279Coaching in the modern era takes patience, hard work and determination. More importantly to be a successful coach you need a coaching philosophy and that is what Frank Reynolds writes when he explains why a formal coaching philosophy is essential for all coaches to be successful. There are many positive takeaways from this article that can benefit you in coaching, Frank does a great job formulating a philosophy surrounded by 3 main points. Knowing yourself as a coach, knowing what you are up against, and understanding your athletes, their personalities, Abilites, goals, and why they are in your sport. Those are all big things to take away in coaching to get the best out of yourself and out of your players on your team. Knowing yourself and knowing your team is such a vital step in the right direction for success as a coach at any level. Pro’s, college, high school or even youth sports; finding out why