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RIDEANDRACE Coaching: How The Process Works

If you are interested in improving your performance in a sport, you might want to consider hiring a coach. A coach is a professional who can help you achieve your goals, develop your skills, and overcome your challenges. But how does the coaching process work? Here are some steps that are typically involved in sport coaching:

1. Assessment:

The first step is to assess your current level of performance, your strengths and weaknesses, your goals and motivations, and your challenges and barriers. This can be done through various methods, such as interviews, questionnaires, tests, observations, and feedback. The coach will use this information to design a personalized coaching plan for you.

2. Planning:

The next step is to plan how to implement the coaching plan. This involves setting specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) goals, choosing the best strategies and methods to achieve them, and identifying the resources and support you need. The coach will also help you monitor your progress and adjust the plan as needed.

3. Action:

The third step is to take action on the coaching plan. This means following the coach's guidance, practicing the skills and techniques you learned, applying them in real situations, and reflecting on your experiences. The coach will provide you with feedback, encouragement, and accountability along the way.

4. Monitoring:

Your training is monitored and analysed, adjusted when needed to ensure that you are training at a level that is right for you, and updated and delivered at a frequency of your choice, weekly or monthly.

5. Evaluation:

The final step is to evaluate the outcomes of the coaching process. This means measuring how much you have improved, how close you are to your goals, what worked and what didn't work, and what you learned from the process. The coach will also help you celebrate your achievements, recognize your growth, and plan for the future.


That is it, thank you for reading, I hope you found it to be a useful resource. Please see the athlete's journey.

Sarah's first Munga


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