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Old 10-05-2015, 04:54 AM   #1
Alex Burden
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To qualify to be a: Trainer, Coach, instructor within anything! should this person ....

So the question is, to qualify to be a coach, trainer or instructor within sports should this person also be able to correctly visibly show whatever they want the person/persons to do? or is it sufficient that the person understands the fundamentals?

This is a tricky one and I expect a wide range of answers, so what do you think?

I know that within some sports such as martial arts/budo the person instructing is normally a sensei with all the experience so lets leave those out.
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