Are you really a good coach when only one or two survivors of your program run fast and the rest are hurt or cast by the wayside? Development is not a war of attrition, but a systematic process of gradual adaptation to training stress. It takes talent, time, patience, dedication, planning and focus on the process. No quick fixes. Honor and respect for the individual is important. No two individuals are the same. Before we lionize these guys as great coaches take a closer look at their methods. How many did they break along the way to produce one or two medals? It does not have to be like that.