C.J. DavisOctober 21st, 2018Coaching Methods1.I believe “a team without walls” is very difficult to have. Teams by nature are divided by skill, talent, and success amongst the players. This is not a negative thing but somethingthat occurs and denying the fact that there is a natural hierarchy seems impractical. a.I think a real world example of this would have to deal with young kids in an almost not competitive event. Such as tee ball. Or having a special olympics team where it's more about community and allowing them the experience of playing sport rather than winning. 2.As Joe writes, their why was, “ to help boys become men of empathy and integrity who will lead, be responsible, and change the world for good,” there dynamic was influenced by their upbringing in sports and the alarming stats of how powerful sports are. Their focus was to create a community.a.I believe by using the word of “feminizing” boys creates a negative stigma to something that is important. I believe it is important to teach boys that it is okay todo things that are typically thought of for a lack of a better word girly. For example to play sports female led sports, or to cry, to show emotion, etc. I believe you also cannot undermine what is considering masculine either. They should both be taught to young children of both genders.
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