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each player individually on a level to where you know their ins and their outs it's much easier to be able to work with them. Players all of different mindsets and mentality so to be able to know what they need to work on will help the player also develop very good coachable skills that will be very useful in the future. Wooden talked alot about his philosophies and how different they are from one another. There are three basic ways that you as a coach can go about the order that you would put these three in, in order to fit your philosophy as a type of coach that you think you are. I feel as if teaching the sport is much harder than actually playing the sport. The coach has a lot of responsibility in ensuring that these players get to where they need to be in the future in
order to be successful. As a coach you should always be checking up on each player to see how they are doing, asking them about their life other than the sport they play. Being able to talk to your players will help you learn a lot about them and how the society is being treated today. Everyone is treated differently everyone always has problems going on in their lives that could affect them personally. So has a coach being able to regingzine that will take you a long way. Knowing when a player isn't right and seeing them when they could be hurt and knowing how to deal with their injury will make them feel more comfortable with you as a coach. Also being aware of your surroundings and making sure that you are playing/coaching in a very safe environment for these athletes. This is what i think my coaching philosophy would be like and what i think it would take to get my athletes to a successful level.