on coaching favouritism

Why the favoritsm?

I’m fully aware that some kids are more coachable than others; some kids work harder than others; some kids are more driven and determined; some kids fear nothing; some kids have a better attitude and work ethic. And some are just easier to get along with. But why alienate parents in favor of other parents?

I want to believe this is not intentional, but having sat back and watched for a number of years, I’m not so sure it is. …

It is not just the parents who notice this–kids are incredibly observant and they know when someone is receiving preferential treatment. …

An Open Letter to My Daughter’s Coach . . .

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Rick Mc

Career gymnastics coach who loves the outdoors, and the internet.

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