Being an athlete my entire life, I have had many coaches. Some were really good. Some were really bad. But they all gave me "things" that helped me to become a good athlete. As a team member, it was my job to take all of my talents and put my best action forward to help my team win, or even just to help myself win (wrestling is an individual sport but it also has a team element to it in dual matches). But it was the coach's job to take their knowledge and run me through drilling sessions, strength sessions, conditioning sessions, live wrestling sessions, weight cutting sessions, mental toughness sessions, etc so that I would be able to do my part on the team and be as successful as possible. The coach has the "bird's eye view" of what needs to happen to make both the athlete and the team successful. WIth all of us marching behind him and his knowledge, we did some amazing things. But what happens when someone on the team thinks that they know better, or they just want to do their own thing? Then they lose the coaches view and all that important info the coach can give them. No matter how skilled of an athlete you are, you can never get the true bird's eye view that you need without your coach. This is why ALL great teams and ALL great athletes have a coach. There isn't ANY elite level athlete that just does it on their own. You can be good but you won't be great. But what if you are just a "normal" athlete? The coach is still the best way for you to get the most out of what you are doing. They will be able to see where you are deficient, where you are strong, what you need to breakdown to work on and what you can leave alone. They will be able to see the progressions you should be doing and not letting you go too far ahead of where you should be so you can stay away from injury, etc. But here's the thing.........you have to listen to the coach. If you think you know better, then you will only be only to go so far. If you don't see and fix the small issues, you will not be able to excel. You might be decent but why be decent when you can be great (and great is a relative term, not just only winning competitions). You have a coach that is here to help you, guide you, build you. Listen to your coach. Follow your coach. In reality, you are paying for your coach here at the INFERNO. They are your best resource and they are here to make you AWESOME!:)
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