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网球月刊——致胜秘诀(五十八)
海特网球商城 / 2014-09-19

 Sports Science Tip

Cultural Training Differences Between Boys and Girls
  

This topic can be of specific value to male coaches working with female athletes of all ages and abilities.  These points come from Lynne Rolley, former USTA National Women’s Coach, and Dr. Cheryl McLaughlin.  Let’s start by listing eight differences in cultural training between boys and girls:

 

1.     Boys are trained to achieve and stand out, to be #1.  But girls have often been trained to be cute, and to indirectly get what they want.
 

2.     Boys have been trained to be tough physically and mentally, while girls have frequently been taught to be tender and dainty.  They are often told that toughness means to be unfeminine.
 

3.     Boys are taught to be task-oriented and good problem solvers.  Girls, on the other hand, are taught to be relationship-oriented and to make everyone feel O.K.
 

4.     Boys are trained to “go for it” and to let go, whereas girls are trained to be reserved and look good all the time, since letting go might look unfeminine.
 

5.     Boys are taught to be assertive and to stick to their own agenda.  However, girls are frequently taught to adapt, that other people’s agendas are more important than their own.
 

6.     Boys are trained to be the leaders of a group, and girls are trained not to stand out too much or other people may not like them.
 

7.     Boys are trained to persist and win a confrontation.  However, girls are taught that it’s better for them to back down and keep the peace.  The result can be that they focus on maintaining a relationship with their opponent rather than winning the match.
 

8.     Boys are trained to think and then sometimes experience feelings and emotions later.  Girls, on the other hand, react to situations emotionally first and then are able to clearly think about them later.

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