Colorado head coach Pablo Mastroeni put on a show on the Red Bull Arena sidelines. (Noah K. Murray/USA TODAY Sports)

Colorado Rapids head coach Pablo Mastroeni found a unique way to keep warm at Red Bull Arena Saturday night.

For most if not all of his team’s 1-0 loss to the Red Bulls, the passionate Rapids head coach marched up and down his coaching box, gesturing to his players and perhaps to officials while sometimes giving instructions.

While this small snippet does not do what Mastroeni demonstrated any justice (hey, we had to watch the game, not the coach), it does give you a slight insight into the world of at least one MLS coach.

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