Good coaches can see faults and have the tools, knowledge and ability to correct these faults. If you can get your athletes to consistently move better, you are a considered a “good coach.”
But what then makes a “great coach”?
We believe great coaches have the ability to go beyond the movements and connect with their athletes. This is called the “deeper side of coaching,” which is developing an awareness of your athletes’ potential, building trust and creating an atmosphere of success. The deeper side of coaching is about establishing and nurturing a strong relationship between an athlete and a coach. And we would argue this relationship is the foundation of our true goals as coaches: to improve the lives, health and happiness of our clients.