That is correct. When I am teaching, I make sure no one sits on the sidelines. If I have one small guy odd-man out, I'll take him aside and work him personally, perhaps on something different than the older, larger guys are working on. At the other schools I have attended, that remains the same. The only ones sitting it out are the ones taking a breather. It's especially important that new guys are taken well in hand; guided around to who they need to work with, and what they need to work on. If you don't, they'll sit on the sidelines and look bewildered :happy8:.