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Feedback

‘Push’ is when you give feedback.

‘Pull’ is when you draw feedback from participants.

Your personality and coaching style will determine your push/pull preference.

Some circumstances also influence your choice of feedback method, e.g. in very cold and wet conditions, ‘pushing’ is more appropriate.

Coach Education
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