Kids Fitness Coaching Tip. By Brian Grasso
Lots of talent.
But very quiet and tends to get left out in other kids fitness partner drills.
It’s very faint in the video, but you can just barely hear me talking to him.
I’m inspiring him based on what I’ve seen about his personality.
Talking just to him.
Notice the ‘high five’ and quick pat on the stomach at the end of his set.
Sometimes it’s good to motivate loudly.
Other times it’s effective to be highly energetic and charismatic.
But you have to understand your audience and determine how best they will listen to your message.
In this case, I felt it was critical to let him know I thought he did a great job without being overly exuberant about it.
The Art of Coaching Kids fitness at work…