When a coach trains an athlete, is it fair to call it training or sport?

It depends on the coach.

In some cases, it’s considered training.

It depends if the coach is training for the sake of competition or is there a specific purpose to train the athlete.

It’s also a matter of the coach’s training policy.

It can be a matter for competition.

In India, the Indian Association of Sports Federations (IAAF) has issued guidelines on training standards.

They say that athletes should have the same training intensity and intensity levels as the athletes who play in national competition.

In other words, they should train for competition for one and not for other reasons.

However, a coach can be training the athlete for competition only if he or she is performing an activity that would lead to a positive physiological outcome, according to the IASF guidelines.

The IASFs guidelines also specify that a coach may only be allowed to perform the activities that are necessary to prepare an athlete for competitive sports, such as running, swimming, cycling and wrestling.

According to the guidelines, the athletes need to have at least three days of physical exercise, three days for swimming, three hours for cycling and two hours for wrestling.

It also states that the athletes should be able to exercise for six hours each day, or if they can’t exercise at all.

In most cases, if a coach is allowed to train an athlete during competitive time, the athlete has to participate in competitive sports during the training period.

If a coach doesn’t train an individual athlete during competition, the sport must be conducted during the time of the athlete’s absence.

The IASFF guidelines also state that a trainer must not have any affiliation with any team sports, including, but not limited to, professional boxing, mixed martial arts (MMA), karate, wrestling, judo, boxing, kickboxing and boxing mixed martial artists.

The training period must be for one day and not more than three days.

If the athlete is on a team, the coach must also provide a team member with a sports-specific training device to be used during the exercise period.

The device is a stationary device that can be used to train and compete with other athletes, such a weight belt, a weight pad or a stick, according the guidelines.

The coach is also not allowed to conduct the training in the presence of any other team members, including teammates, officials, officials’ family members or other members of the coaching staff, the guidelines state.

If the athlete doesn’t have a team in which to practice and compete, the training must be undertaken in the coaching area.

The coach must provide the athlete with a coach for one hour each day during the day.

The athlete is allowed time off for rest, meals and rest breaks.

But the training has to be supervised by the coach, according a team spokesperson.

According the guidelines from the IAF, a sports trainer must provide an athlete with all necessary equipment that can facilitate their training.

The equipment must be prescribed by the sports federation.

If an athlete is unable to complete a training session, the coaching session should be cancelled and the athlete must return to the sports facility.

The athlete is also allowed to participate at a team facility if the training session is scheduled to be conducted at the sports centre, but only for the time the athlete needs to take part in training.

A coach can’t train the entire athlete during the sports period.

For example, a wrestler cannot train an entire wrestler during the period.

A sports coach is permitted to conduct training sessions for up to six hours, but the maximum number of training sessions per week is not to exceed six hours.

If an athlete wants to participate more often, he or her can apply for a waiver.

If a sports coach does not train an active athlete, the sports team will take the athlete on as an alternate.

However, if the athlete fails to meet the requirement of a sports team, his or her training session can be cancelled, and he or, in case of an athlete from an association sports team is unable or refuses to comply with the requirements, the individual can apply to the Sports Development Department.

The Sports Development department can, if it deems it necessary, make recommendations to the athlete to complete the sports training.

However if the athletes fails to complete training within the prescribed period of time, they are not allowed the opportunity to complete their training and can be punished for not completing the required training, according an IASBF spokesperson.