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The proper conducts a coach should abide by and the hearts a coach should cherish

• The ten proper conducts a coach should abide by when teaching

  1. You should pay respect to your teachers. It is not allowed to commit the behaviors of disgracing your teachers and seniors, betraying the school, and dispraising the center with ill intention.
  2. It is not allowed to commit the behaviors of getting into trouble, stirring up disputes, and doing injury to others in the group.
  3. Examine your behaviors at any moment. It is not allowed to damage the personal dignity and honorable position a teacher should maintain.
  4. You should teach the Chi Kung sport for nothing. It is not allowed to commit the behaviors of finding an excuse for getting benefits or amassing money.
  5. It is obliged to shoulder the responsibility of passing the sport down and teaching it in such public places as park or community etc and try your best to live up to the mission.
  6. You should teach the Chi Kung sport in a responsible way. It is obliged to support each other and cooperate with others. Do not shift responsibility onto others.
  7. You should be diligent in training yourself and teach the Chi Kung sport honestly in a sacrificial spirit.
  8. You should show kindness, enthusiasm, vigor and concern to others and teach the Chi Kung sport as your lifelong work.
  9. Be sincere and solid, and you should maintain the honor of the group and serve the crowd.
  10. You should teach the Chi Kung sport as your ambition, be proud of a coach, and take the task of passing it down as your own duty.

• The five hearts a coach should cherish when teaching

  1. The heart of mercy: A coach should always show great kindness to all creatures, take pity on them, and show great concern to those who are in need. Besides, he should do good deeds with the view that helping others is happiness.
  2. The heart of happiness: There are no obstruction, no persistence, no worry, and no absurd and vain hope in your heart. A coach should face his life in a happy and joyful mood every day, and spread and teach the Chi Kung sport with a sincere heart and true love for it.
  3. The heart of equality: A coach should treat everybody equally with no discrimination and teach every learner at pains.
  4. The heart of consolidation: It is essential for coaches to agglomerate the centripetal force, support mutually and take care of each other to bring group's strength into full play.
  5. The heart of honor: It is important for a coach to create the self-ability, promote the self-value achievement, earn the respect and the affirmation of the world, and maintain the lofty honor.

• The five ‘Nos’ coach should abide by when teaching

  1. It is not allowed to ask for money.
  2. It is not allowed to ask for rewards.
  3. It is not allowed to ask for the entertainment.
  4. It is not allowed to strive for vanity and reputation.
  5. It is not allowed to search for applause and acclamation.

• The five admonishments a coach should abide by when teaching

  1. Abstention from being rash to teach learners well: It is forbidden to be rash when teaching. The best way of teaching is to teach in an orderly way.
  2. Abstention from pride and arrogance: It is forbidden to be proud of your self-assumed good motions and look down upon others.
  3. Abstention from discourage and dispirit: As a coach, It is forbidden to lose your own will and confidence, and show your negative words and actions to influence others badly.
  4. Abstention from gossiping: It is forbidden to gossip about others and criticize others in the public place where the exercise is practiced, because it is easy to create the misunderstanding.
  5. Abstention from being impatient: As a coach, you must take great pains to teach learners with patience. It is forbidden to cherish the idea of giving up teaching learners just because they fail to learn well soon.