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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.
Keep these barriers to success in mind as you help your young athletes set and work towards their goals.
Tiger Woods will team with son in the PNC Championship
Sarah Fuller proves girls can do anything after she made history as the first woman ever to play in a “Power 5” football game.
How you can “push” your youth athlete in a positive way
There is often hidden resilience behind bullying-type behaviors. But how can you help shift those problematic behaviors to more positive ones?
We all know that losing can bring opportunities for growth and improvement for athletes.
Herm talks about what it means to be a Triple-Impact Competitor® especially as it relates to the current events with the COVID-19 Pandemic and racial injustice.
From the tyrannical coach to the parent that never made it past little league that now obsesses in getting their child to the big leagues, the events in youth baseball and softball could be plucked from a reality television series.
In the right contexts, peer pressure can be a leadership tool that coaches use for positive outcomes in their youth athletes.
Find out 10 habits that make you a good sports parent.
As we enter into another year of school, ask yourself "how are my athlete's life skills"
Look back at the history of Baseball in Blue Earth County.
Riders compete in eventing, dressage and jumping in the only Olympic sport in which men and women compete on equal terms.
Men's wrestling is an Olympic Games ever-present, with the women's event joining the programme in 2004.
Lifting the greatest weight possible is the goal for these athletes, with the snatch and clean and jerk methods bringing the biggest lifts.
Teams consist of two players who play over best of three sets. Types of shots include an ace, a bump pass, a dig, a spike, a dink and block.
Teams consist of six athletes playing the best of five sets. A player called the 'Libero' may substitute into the back court for any player.
Athletes must swim 1.5km, cycle 40km and run 10km, but the triathlon transitions are often called the fourth discipline and can be decisive.
Elite tennis can be won or lost on the smallest of margins, and the pressure often serves up incredible tension and thrilling matches.
This knockout martial arts competition awards athletes points for how they attack their competitor.
Shooting disciplines include rifle, shotgun and pistol. Athletes must possess great technique, nerve and concentration.
Sailing a boat through the finish line takes strategy and skill, but sometimes nature gets in the way.
Olympic rugby previously involved teams of 15, but the seven-a-side version made its debut in 2016.
Hard work and positive attitudes will take an athlete a long way with college coaches and recruiters.
Stewart explains four things he looks for in recruits that coaches might miss if they aren't looking
As the recruiting landscape continues to change, keeping things on track can be challenging. To help recruits manage their recruiting, NCSA experts broke down what student-athletes should be doing to stay on track with NCAA eligibility by grad year.
To help student-athletes understand how athletic scholarships work and what to expect, we’ve answered five common questions about scholarships.
When it comes to contacting college coaches, student-athletes tend to rely on digital forms of communication, including email, text and social media. This article shares what really stands out for coaches when it comes to contacting them.
Starting June 15 after a student-athlete’s sophomore year, most NCAA college coaches can begin contacting them via email, phone calls, texts, DMS and face-to-face meeting. Before you start reaching out to college coaches
Below we’ve answered 5 common questions families are asking about college recruiting during COVID-19.
Below is a list of ten tips to creating an eye-catching highlight video:
Read on to find out what questions to ask college coaches during the recruiting process to determine if that school is the best fit.
While Division 1 coaches are not allowed to meet face-to-face with a recruit on or off campus, this doesn’t mean they’ve stopped recruiting. Below are just a few ways that Division 1 coaches are recruiting and connecting with student-athletes digitally.
Here are five ways you can catch the attention of college coaches through your social media.
The NCAA Division 1 Committee extended its suspension of in-person recruiting through July 31, while Division 2 programs are observing a quiet period from June 1-30.
Many districts have already announced plans to go remote for at least the start of the school year -- which means no PE class
With kids at home more than ever this season, keep these tips in mind for healthy, satisfying snacking at home.
Help young athletes learn how to incorporate mindfulness techniques into their routine, lowering stress levels and improving concentration.
Find out what foods may help boost your young athlete's mood while maintaining good nutrition and also keeping them sport-ready.
Kids can never be outside too much
Here are a few easy options to tackle any amount of hunger with cost-effective, tasty, and healthy options on a road trip.
At home with a rambunctious toddler or preschooler? Here's how to exercise in a way that gets your heart pumping and helps run down their energy, too.
Mental toughness is a skill helps with athletic performance and everyday life but it's a skill that must be learned like any other. This article shows you how to begin the process of developing this skill.
Rising temperatures combined with intense sports training present the greatest risk of heat illness, especially in the first weeks of practices. And long practices in poorly ventilated gyms or studios carry a higher risk of heat illness.
Deborah Gilboa, MD, explains how parents and coaches can teach young athletes how to process and handle stress, rather than bulldozing it away.
Experts weigh in on whether ice baths can improve performance for athletes and regular fitness buffs.
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