The Coach That Killed My Passion | Madison Trout


“Along with the good coaches, are a few bad coaches. These are the coaches that focused on favorites instead of the good of the entire team. I had coaches that no matter how hard I worked it would never be good enough for them. I had coaches that would take insults too far on the court and in the classroom.”


Written by Madison Trout, this piece is a poignant reminder of the tremendous power we wield as coaches – with our words, actions and attitudes — to fuel or destroy an athlete’s passion for the sport.  If you’re a coach, you gotta read this one.

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