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Funds will be used to increase opportunities for activities like kayaking, canoeing, and mountain biking in the area.
As leaders, coaches, volunteers, and mentors our primary aim should be to facilitate positive experiences that keep participants engaged, and allow them room for discovering their own learning.
It’s great to think about putting our students or participants in their sweet spot for learning, but then the moment comes and you’re actually looking at someone who is frustrated, bored, or scared and as the instructor, it can feel really helpless.
If you’ve spent any time around us as coaches, you know we like to talk about optimal experience, or what is commonly referred to as “flow”.
Something we refer to when talking about learning a new skill is the idea that you have to suck at something before you can be good at it.
My heart pounded and my mind raced as to how I should go about paddling the rapid without flipping.
I‘ll provide you with a few examples of mindful practices that can be incorporated in daily life, in times of stress, and times requiring focus, like competition.
Seven high school students, three adult leaders and twenty checked bags.
If you consider it, design is tied into pretty much every aspect of our lives.
The reality of coaching sport is that it is a particularly rare occurrence for every one of the participants in our programming to show up with the same set of skills and experience.