If she has the understanding and awareness to be able to make a correction, help her make it. Keep working on the other thing, too, but challenge yourself to find another way to approach the same issue. It's easy to keep saying the same things over and over, but if those descriptions don't help the player connect the dots, progress will stop.Scenario. Player has two major flaws, one which you think is more important to fix but the player doesn't seem to have the body awareness yet to feel what she is doing wrong (player has stated as much) and the second which you deem less important but the player is able to recognize and correct when told but is unable to be consistent with it, mainly because you are not concentrating on it. Which one do you pursue, assuming that is a good idea to only work on one mechanic at a time?
Ok, not a scenario, it's Marcela (surprise surprise) but I figured it sounded more sophisticated if I posed it that way
Also, for her media day, Marcela has to answer the question of who is her favorite player. Last year she said Mookie Betts, this year it is Grace Lyons. Should I be concerned that her favorite player has changed from a MVP level hitter/fielder to a no hit/all field SS ?