Finding the right sport for your kid is one thing, now it's time to get up to speed on the rules, terms, and equipment. Browse the topics drop down to find your sport.
As rewarding as sports parenting can be, it's not easy. Winning and losing and performing well and not-so-well are challenges your children will face in youth sports. You'll want to help them navigate those experiences and emotions.
Rather than concern with scoreboard wins and losses, PCA hopes that you, as a sports parent, keep your eye on the Big Picture – the life lessons in teamwork, resilience, overcoming adversity, communication skills, etc., that sports can uniquely teach.
Olympic champions start with a goal when they are kids. To accomplish great things, they need people around them who support them and believe in them.
Nearly 300 young girls from across the state are expected to participate in Girls Hockey Weekend.
Nothing beats watching your son or daughter have the time of their life doing what they love – whether it’s hockey or something else. Enjoy every moment of watching them play, learn and have fun.
Basketball is complementary to many sports. There’s a lot of jumping like in volleyball, but court vision and the passing and team game is most similar to soccer.
By improving your general strength, speed, balance, coordination, agility and explosiveness — for example by working out in the gym, doing running training or playing another sport — you will become a better ice hockey player.
Cradling is the one thing about lacrosse that is difficult for beginners to grasp. Learn how Paul cradles the ball without defenders being able to knock it out of your stick.
Before you can shoot, you need to be able to catch. In this short video, Paul shows you proper hand placement and technique for catching. Learn how to catch with confidence and be ready to make your next move.
Keeping your child safe on the football field is crucial and the first way you can ensure his safety is by making sure his equipment is fit correctly.
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