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Being stuck indoors due to the Coronavirus outbreak means you need a bit of imagination to keep fit. Here are some ideas to help stay in shape wherever you are.
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The best articles and resources about youth sports for parents, athletes, coaches, and organizations.
Nutrition knowledge is as critical to a young athletes mental health as it is to their physical growth.
Receiving an athletic scholarship is not as common as families think. Offers are often confused with an actual scholarship, and…
“Honoring The Game,” is one of the most sacred of principles we teach for athletes, coaches, parents and leaders.
Now more than ever, we need to help each other get through these times and emerge ready to play. So the national nonprofit Positive Coaching Alliance has launched a #High5Challenge.
Rivalries can poison a team. Simple tips to help keep them in check
Nadia Kyba, MSW, TrueSport Expert and President of Now What Facilitation, shares her top recommended strategies to curb growing rivalries before they become toxic to your team.
How different would you play each game if you thought of it as the finale?
The first annual Champion Coach Recognition Award presented by SportsEngine and TrueSport is awarded to Jose Burgos for his selfless dedication to youth soccer, his community and all of the athletes he coaches
Get an understanding of the basics fundamentals of lacrosse before your child takes to the field for the first time.
Volleyball requires very little gear to play, but your child will need a few things before they hit the court.
Get an understanding of the basics fundamentals of soccer before your child takes to the field for the first time.
Learn more about the different positions in the game of soccer, and their responsibilities during the game.
Next College Student Athlete (NCSA) recently hosted an exclusive webinar for SportsEngine customers to help parents and athletes navigate virtual recruiting
College coaches look for more than just athletic ability and academics when evaluating prospects; they care about potential recruits’ coachability and character, too.
Right now, it’s more challenging than ever to keep your recruiting process on track. Without in-person recruiting, student-athletes and college coaches are adjusting to a recruiting process that is now 100% digital.
On March 30, the NCAA Division 1 Council voted to grant spring sport athletes an additional year of eligibility. Some details to note about this decision are:
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic and the NCAA’s suspension of in-person recruiting through May 31, the National Letter of Intent (NLI) announced new Signing Periods for the 2020-2021 school year.
Rather than being discouraged by the college recruiting process due to the coronavirus, student-athletes are adapting and findings ways to replace in-person recruiting with virtual experiences.
One form of digital communication that college coaches and recruits always use on to stay in touch is email – it’s even more important now.
As school closures and standardized test cancellations are happening nationwide, student-athletes are struggling to stay on track academically.
The NCAA’s recent announcements regarding college athletics and recruiting have left us questioning what the full impact of this will look like for current and prospective college athletes.
In-person recruiting is banned by the NCAA.
Many student-athletes were devastated to hear the NCAA’s decision to cancel all Winter and Spring Championships due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).
As a coach, learn how you can help your youth sports athletes reduce anxiety to make game day as good as a practice, for a more mentally prepared team.
Here are five strategies to help young athletes learn how to manage performance and social anxiety for long-term mental wellness.
Current events have required changes in our routines and cancellations of events and activities
What your athlete eats after exercise is just as important as what they eat beforehand.Here are five strategies to guide your athlete on what and when they need to eat to properly replenish after practice.
Teachers, administrators and parents are learning things on the fly in the new world of online education
Even without access to a gym, you can improve your lower-body and upper-body strength