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My Philosophy of Coaching The philosophy of coaching that I want to express to my players is that playing sports is a gift I believe all athletes should approach sports that way Sports were made to give normal people ways to have fun and that is the way sports should be continually looked at I value all sports and I value the way that I am lucky enough to be able to play and to coach sports I value the togetherness that sports bring as well as the competitiveness that derives from competition As a coach I believe that often athletes do not stop and think about how fortunate they really are Athletes need to be happy about the gifts they were given As a coach I also believe in sports always being fun Sports were invented to promote fun and I always want to keep it that way When sports stop being fun then they are not worth being involved in I have formed this philosophy from a combination of things My parents have never forced me to join anything sports-related They have always told me that I should do what I want and if I choose to be involved in sports they would support me From this I gained that sports are to be played for fun and not for any other reason My parents also taught me that nothing is given and that I should take advantage of my gifts Again I believe that being able to play sports is a gift That is something that should never be overlooked I believe my philosophy of coaching has also been formed partly by my past experiences I have always loved sports especially basketball and baseball I have very active friends and relatives who are often doing something athletic I have played summer baseball for as long as I can remember I also played basketball from 5th grade until
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