Make sure your kids are developing healthy eating and sleeping habits so that they can succeed on and off the field.
Read on to see what a growth spurt means for your young athlete.
Here’s how and why you should encourage your athlete to take a proactive stance on their overall wellbeing by setting healthy boundaries for themselves.
That ‘sport is 90% mental’ - what separates a gold medallist from the silver medallist is the ability to hold nerves till the last point of the match is played!
Throwing, especially in baseball, puts a lot of strain on the body. Whether it’s a 12-6 curve from the pitcher’s mound or a crow hop from the warning track, the arm is enduring incredible force, making it imperative to properly protect against injuries.
Protein consumed immediately after workouts was shown to have a significant impact on recovery and performance.
Below are 10 ways you can help prepare your children to be adults.
Below are 5 reasons why you should start lifting weights today in order to be successful on the basketball court.
It’s game time and a player receives a blow to the head. Does everyone in your organization know how to respond? By having a set concussion protocol, you can quickly provide care and ensure athlete safety.
When it comes to sports for young athletes and active adults, the emphasis often is placed on practice and workouts.
Participating in sports can be an exciting time for kids. They develop friendships, learn new skills, and work ethic. Coaches spread messages of mental toughness, grit, resilience, community, and leadership. There are many positive aspects of competition in your child’s development and performance.
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