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"Run that way and do it faster than everyone else." #coachingstrategy #wagnerxc
Lots of pics forthcoming thanks to your amazing parents!

#coachingstrategy before the race. @jordanlakecrew #youthwomens8 #crew #rowing thanks Coach Jim!!!

Prepa conditioning avec band pour Engin Karakaplan - thanx @boxing_conditioning_coach for the tips 🙏🏼🤙🏼❤️🏋🏽

Tonight was my coaching debut, coaching the University of Sheffield men's team. Pulled some coaching tactics I learned from @theoneandonlyromps to lead my squad to a 1-0 start to our season.

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There are two philosophies relating to competition strategy. Both can be effective and have their places. However, most coaches tend to identify with one over the other. They are: (1) aggressive, risk-taking and (2) conservative, systematic. Aggressive coaches believe in high risk/high reward, don't mind missing lifts so long as they total high, and don't waste time on attempts that don't overtake an opponent. I've heard some say "There aren't extra points for making every lift. You have 3 attempts to get the highest you can. Nobody remembers how many lifts area made, only the win. A win is win no matter how many lifts are successful." I can't argue that. Good point. Conservative coaches believe in establishing a total early on then building on it for better placing. I've heard some say "You only have 3 chances, don't waste them." I prefer the conservative approach for three main reasons: (1) develops confidence in young lifters, (2) creates the feeling of success despite a win or loss, and (3) athletes become reliable in clutch situations when it matters most. I'm more comfortable in do or die situations because systematic athletes are accustomed to making their lifts as opposed to risk-taking athletes. As I said, both strategies have their uses and there are times I am more aggressive than normal, depending on the situation. But I identify myself as a conservative, strategic coach as opposed to an all-or-nothing coach. Which do you feel is best for you? @olyconcepts @usa_weightlifting #bigjumps #systematicapproach #allornothing #strategy #2for6 #6for6 #coachingstrategy #coachingisaprofession #snatch #clean #jerk #olympicweightlifting #athletes #coaching #olyconcepts

Coach using the spoon regatta method to demonstrate our HOCR strategy! There may have been a bit of wine involved here. #hocr #everythingisbetterwithwine #rowing #crew #mastersrowing #carolinamasterscrew #coachingstrategy

Hope you don't mind if I throw out some little tidbits to keep you focused on your goals. Which leads me to ask, how are you feeling about your progress on your goals? If you are not getting the results you want, now is a great time to evaluate your strategy. Make sure you're not skipping any resources that might move the needle and get you to where you want to be.

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Was nice to see you and #workout with you guys!! See you soon 💪🏼🏋🏽🇫🇷 @crossfit_wonders @wonderspirates @narbolitos @je__ke

Coach using the spoon regatta method to demonstrate our HOCR strategy! There may have been a bit of wine involved here. #hocr #everythingisbetterwithwine #rowing #crew #mastersrowing #carolinamasterscrew #coachingstrategy

"Run that way and do it faster than everyone else." #coachingstrategy #wagnerxc
Lots of pics forthcoming thanks to your amazing parents!

Great job @themorooj you have the #killer #hook 🤜👊🏼🥊🔥🇫🇷🇰🇼

Need some tips and ideas to boost your trainings follow the bro @williamforgin and his concept @moovementsacademy 🇫🇷🇧🇷

This... SO much of this.
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There are two philosophies relating to competition strategy. Both can be effective and have their places. However, most coaches tend to identify with one over the other. They are: (1) aggressive, risk-taking and (2) conservative, systematic. Aggressive coaches believe in high risk/high reward, don't mind missing lifts so long as they total high, and don't waste time on attempts that don't overtake an opponent. I've heard some say "There aren't extra points for making every lift. You have 3 attempts to get the highest you can. Nobody remembers how many lifts area made, only the win. A win is win no matter how many lifts are successful." I can't argue that. Good point. Conservative coaches believe in establishing a total early on then building on it for better placing. I've heard some say "You only have 3 chances, don't waste them." I prefer the conservative approach for three main reasons: (1) develops confidence in young lifters, (2) creates the feeling of success despite a win or loss, and (3) athletes become reliable in clutch situations when it matters most. I'm more comfortable in do or die situations because systematic athletes are accustomed to making their lifts as opposed to risk-taking athletes. As I said, both strategies have their uses and there are times I am more aggressive than normal, depending on the situation. But I identify myself as a conservative, strategic coach as opposed to an all-or-nothing coach. Which do you feel is best for you? @olyconcepts @usa_weightlifting #bigjumps #systematicapproach #allornothing #strategy #2for6 #6for6 #coachingstrategy #coachingisaprofession #snatch #clean #jerk #olympicweightlifting #athletes #coaching #olyconcepts

There are two philosophies relating to competition strategy. Both can be effective and have their places. However, most coaches tend to identify with one over the other. They are: (1) aggressive, risk-taking and (2) conservative, systematic. Aggressive coaches believe in high risk/high reward, don't mind missing lifts so long as they total high, and don't waste time on attempts that don't overtake an opponent. I've heard some say "There aren't extra points for making every lift. You have 3 attempts to get the highest you can. Nobody remembers how many lifts area made, only the win. A win is win no matter how many lifts are successful." I can't argue that. Good point. Conservative coaches believe in establishing a total early on then building on it for better placing. I've heard some say "You only have 3 chances, don't waste them." I prefer the conservative approach for three main reasons: (1) develops confidence in young lifters, (2) creates the feeling of success despite a win or loss, and (3) athletes become reliable in clutch situations when it matters most. I'm more comfortable in do or die situations because systematic athletes are accustomed to making their lifts as opposed to risk-taking athletes. As I said, both strategies have their uses and there are times I am more aggressive than normal, depending on the situation. But I identify myself as a conservative, strategic coach as opposed to an all-or-nothing coach. Which do you feel is best for you? @olyconcepts @usa_weightlifting #bigjumps #systematicapproach #allornothing #strategy #2for6 #6for6 #coachingstrategy #coachingisaprofession #snatch #clean #jerk #olympicweightlifting #athletes #coaching #olyconcepts

Prepa conditioning avec band pour Engin Karakaplan - thanx @boxing_conditioning_coach for the tips 🙏🏼🤙🏼❤️🏋🏽

Wonders games @crossfit_wonders merci @narbolitos pour l'organisation et un gros big up à ma partenaire @ana_gets_fit you killed it 👊🏼💥. 📷 : @mathieupixel

Bravo au fréro @hassanndam pour sa victoire au Japon 🇯🇵. Big Up to the Bro Hassan N'Dam for his vitory in japan

Vidéo du Ko. Bravo encore @sir_mak1 !!! 👊🏼🔥💪🏼🥇🏆🏅

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