DJF Posted November 15, 2008 Report Share Posted November 15, 2008 So I was at a trial the other weekend and I heard a lot of discussion about who works with whom. There were "so and so's" students under this tent and then over there their were another "trainer's" students under that tent and so on and so forth. My question is what makes a good trainer and what makes a good student? For those "students" out there, what is it that you want a "trainer" to do? Are you more concerned with gaining an education or is it something else? How do you pick a trainer? What are some of the things that attract you to a trainer and what are some of the things that would turn you away? I'm asking because I saw some flaws in my runs and want to get help with those flaws, but everyone kept just trying to get me to go to their instructor. It became confusing... Thanks Jacob Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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