Our expert says:
Maybe he knows somehing useful, about swimming, but clearly he's no good at communication or motivation. The coach isn't all that credible if he only reveals afterwards, after hearing you want to leave, that he had secret plans for the kids he neglected to mention. Secret plans aren't really very useful. I'm sure that those who focus on correcting errors early on, are wise and effective. To assume that a swimmer who is presumably already trying his best, will somehow magically correct such errors simply on becoming "stronger" ( whatever that actually means ) sounds naive. It doesn't sound as thoughh "working on the issues" with the current coach is an option, as he doesn't seem to agree that there are such issues
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