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I wanted to coach because I love it, I wanted to coach because the kids inspire me to be the best I can be every day. My athletes keep me moving, give me practices to look forward to, accomplishments to celebrate, lessons to learn with them. I coach because I have been coached, I coach because I have been inspire. I coach because I love wrestling, and finally, I coach for those who will come after me. Among all the reasons, I coach for those who impacted my career that have passed on.https://centurionwrestlingnj.com/2021/06/01/why-i-coach
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Instead of memories of failure, my brain instantly became flooded with all the times I’d shown up. Not only for myself, but for the people in my life. I felt peace and energy almost instantly. I stood back up and I started moving again.https://ashruns100s.com/2021/02/06/ten-and-time
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When planning for the kids’ arrival, design activities that:
- Will occupy as little as one child and up to a sizeable group of kids.
- Ideally don’t require any additional set-up and may even use the same space and equipment as the formal warm up game or activity.
- Kids can walk straight into as they arrive at different times.
- Transition seamlessly into the start of the session.