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But we have to recognize the fact that a few of those coaches actually exist.
First, we sought descriptive details of how mock trial programs operate by surveying coaches of AMTA mock trial teams during the 2005-2006 academic year.
Clearly this ancient wisdom is being applied today as evidenced by the growing number of professionals employing business and life coaches to optimize their performance at work and at home.
Tennis Association Award of Merit in 1974, and was the California Coaches Association Tennis Coach of the Year in 1979 and the USPTA California Division Coach of the Year from 1981 to 1984.
Many coaches use assessments to provide personal data for the client to consider.
This is one of the most rewarding activities for many coaches, especially when they are working on the marvelously rich and varied art-song repertoire.
Currently there are no openly lesbian Division I coaches, and few players are out, even on campus, says Griffin, a national expert on homophobia in women's sports.
This article describes the Job Coach Network--an intervention used to address typical work related issues which often result in feelings of isolation and frustration and in high turnover for supported employment job coaches.
The Stanford University-based non-profit, dedicated to transforming youth sports so sports can transform youth, annually releases the "Bottom 10" list of the worst behavior in sports from pee-wees to the pros to stimulate discussion among parents, coaches, players and educators.
My dad and my junior high school principal were my Little League baseball coaches for four years.
1 and 2 in the nation, respectively - coaches have definitely been the deciding factor.
When 2001-2002 National Football League season began there were only three black head coaches among the league's 31 teams.

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