Sometimes it is important to step back from what you are coaching, reassess and look at the bigger picture. It is so easy to get caught in a rut, a comfort zone so to speak, that you begin to run on autopilot. It is easy and convenient to look at the parts and zero in on pieces of the training puzzle and lose sight of the end objective. Instead step back and focus on the connections that occur in movement, look carefully at what is connecting the parts. It is the parts that break down, but to focus on the parts will not fix the problem. What is happening at the parts is the symptom, not the cause of movement error or injury. Find the causes of movement errors, do not focus on the symptoms. Step back and look at how the parts interact, and then do everything you can to enhance that interaction. Smooth efficient movement is flowing, rhythmic and synchronous. Our goal in training is to enhance that flow, rhythm, timing and coordination.