How to Tell If a Coach Is Good for Youth Sports

How to Tell If a Coach Is Good for Youth Sports

All coaches have an extremely different personality and you may have encountered some of them when you were playing sports as a kid as well. Every coach has their own style, approach or philosophy when it comes to sports training. We don’t live in an ideal…

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How To Prevent Serious Injuries In Youth Sports

How To Prevent Serious Injuries In Youth Sports

Bumps and bruises are common for kids who don’t necessarily play sports. We can all probably relate to getting injured when we were kids because we were always running around outside and inevitably we would fall or injure ourselves on something. However, in youth sports, there are more…

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The Drawbacks of Being Pushy and Over-Involved Sports Parents

The Drawbacks of Being Pushy and Over-Involved Sports Parents

When it comes to being proper sports parents and being there for your kids, you need to make sure that you never become too overzealous. Keep in mind that moderation is key with all things in life. Also, being involved in your kids’ sports activity…

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How to Be Great Sports Parents without Annoying Your Kids

How to Be Great Sports Parents without Annoying Your Kids

When it comes to young athletes and kids being active, sports parents can either be a curse or a blessing in disguise. You need to understand that you cannot get over-involved in your kids’ team activity, as it will only feel like an intrusion. This…

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The 3 Things Parents Can Do to Help Build Confidence in Kids

The 3 Things Parents Can Do to Help Build Confidence in Kids

Confidence is extremely important when it comes to the proper development of children, especially if said kids want to get into sports. The best people that can help them build confidence are you – their parents. Your kids look up to you and listen to…

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4 Qualities Coaches Should Look for during Team Tryouts

4 Qualities Coaches Should Look for during Team Tryouts

Team tryouts are definitely stressful for kids, but they can be even more stressful for coaches because they need to make hard decisions that could actually hurt some kids’ feelings and upset their parents. This is why it is pretty hard for coaches to make…

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How to Successfuly Coach Kids with ADHD

How to Successfuly Coach Kids with ADHD

Kids who have ADHD can successfully practice sports. Most of the time, they will have to try out several ones to see which ones they’ll do best in. ADHD, or any other neurological disorders for that matter, shouldn’t stay in the way of a kid that…

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Why Children’s Sports Practice Shouldn’t Be too Intense

Why Children’s Sports Practice Shouldn’t Be too Intense

Kids are starting to play sports at a young age these days. Thing is, sports practice and competitions have all become too intense for them. Of course, we can’t deny the benefits kids get from playing sports, but there’s also a lot of pressure in youth sports to play in…

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How Parents Can Ruin The Sports Experience For Their Kids

How Parents Can Ruin The Sports Experience For Their Kids

Kids are learning a lot of important things when they are part of a sports team. First of all, they learn how important teamwork is for the success of the team. Then, they learn that they have to work hard if they want to be…

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Why Opposite Hitting Drills Are Important for Any Youth Baseball Team

Why Opposite Hitting Drills Are Important for Any Youth Baseball Team

When it comes to coaching a youth baseball team, you need to always come prepared with the best types of exercises. Keep in mind that this is the only way to get your team to better themselves and ensure victory. Plus, it will also teach…

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