Coaching [verb]

Definition of Coaching:

instruct, usually in recreation

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Sentence/Example of Coaching:

Toronto coach Nick Nurse said he’s heard some players on his team say they were thinking about going home.

They only turned to the system for difficulty scores, and then only if they disagreed with each other or if a coach questioned a gymnast’s score.

So she began working with a performance coach on getting better at finishing at the rim, through contact, especially in transition.

Of course, a major issue with players trying to develop away from their organizations is the lack of uniform access to facilities, tools and coaches.

Red Stars coach Rory Dames complimented Savannah McCaskill, Katie Johnson and other young players after the semifinal.

Gray enjoyed his best season by WAR under pitching coaches Derek Johnson and Caleb Cotham, leaning on an excellent curveball and slider — both of which were well above average.

As you may have already forgotten, Kenny Atkinson and the team “mutually agreed to part ways” this year, with Atkinson being replaced by interim coach Jacque Vaughn.

Still, leading scorer A’ja Wilson will have more room to operate and more chances to shoot as Cambage sits this one out, so there are some ready answers for coach Bill Laimbeer to make the best of it.

Several different coaches at the school have admitted they texted students, sometimes with inappropriate sexual content.

This load tells the coach how much work a player did during a training session or game.