Everyone knows that a healthy mindset is critical for sports success. Coaches and parents can encourage positive, goal-focused thinking by applying these four youth sports psychology principles.
One of the greatest joys in life is watching our kids grow and thrive through sport. We all want our kids to do their best. But how can we provide our kids with the greatest sporting experiences possible without being overbearing?
While you need to be careful about how you go about it, coaching your own child in sports can be a very rewarding and bonding experience for both you and your child. Use these tips for some of the best practices today.
Learning to treat coaches, teammates, opponents, and referees with respect can carry over to school, family, and work later in life. In this post learn how to teach young athletes sportsmanship.
Kids benefit when they experience diverse leadership styles. When young people see women as leaders in sports, they learn that women can be leaders anywhere.
How can you bring out the best in your young athletes? Follow our seven youth sports parenting tips for kids of any age, in any sport.
Coaching a youth sports team is a big time commitment. But the rewards make it worthwhile. In this post we share six top benefits of coaching youth sports.