Make sure your kids are developing healthy eating and sleeping habits so that they can succeed on and off the field.
Besides improving physical energy and mental stamina during practices and games, sleep can improve skills specific to various activities.
No matter the activity or the body part we’re analyzing, a proper warm-up is essential! We need to prep our tissues for the work ahead of them.
It is IMPERATIVE to begin the day with proper hydration and a nutrient dense breakfast.
The thing that people fail to realize is that many foods other than meat are an excellent source of protein.
"We said this is a good idea, and this is a way that, you know, football should be going because it does make it safer,"
Young children may not be ready to lift weights or run on the treadmill, but parents can embrace kid-friendly exercises, such as walking and cycling.
Daily energy needs vary among girls and boys, and further depend on the athlete’s body size, body composition, training regimen, growth and general activity pattern.
“If I didn’t [try to come back], I felt like I would regret it forever,” she said. “I would just be more unhappy if I didn’t go for it than if I did and it didn’t work out.”
Embrace a growth mindset and go for it! You can be a much better passer, and with enough effort and purposeful practice, you will be.
One key factor for children and sports is ensuring that they participate at a proper rate. Parents and coaches hold most of the responsibility with this, and there is a fine line
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