I am debating having a conversation with dd's gymnastics coach and want some input on if I should or not. so my dd has developed a fear of the vault. she had an accident where her hand placement was off and she whacked her back good. it was bruised. The vault is the level 6 vault if anyone is familiar with gymnastics........anyway since the mishap she has had the fear and is getting spotted and when not spotted wont do it. she has been in tears at the gym i found out. so on Tuesday when I picked her up I could tell something was wrong when she got in the car. she said they worked on vault and she wouldn't do it and got upset. so I asked how the coach was helping her thru this. she said she will only give ONE spot and then tells her to "just go for it". and that is it. nothing else. no other training technique, just" go for it." to me it feels ripe for her having an accident, because she is hesitating and when she hesitates she can't make the vault. she could hurt herself. and I know gymnastics is a lot of mental, and the coach told me she has confidence that dd can do this vault. but something about all this is not sitting well with me. would you have a conversation? I was going to suggest more spots until she is confident in her hand placement and a different training technique that I know they do at another gym. until she is confident she will get her hands placed right. I just don't feel that just telling her to "do it" is good coaching. any opinions?