A grab bag of stories and articles that are of interest to parents and athletes.
Focusing on the process rather than the outcome is what’s most important. Read on for ways to help your athlete focus.
How can your kid put in just as much time, just as much hard work, but multiply the value they get from it? Read below to find out.
The next time you feel the fear of failure creeping in, remember these three things: take a few slow breaths, crack a smile, and focus on the action you're about to take.
Help build confidence in your young athletes in ways that best suit them. Find them the right trainers. Most of all, make sure they’re enjoying their experience!
Beating Self-Doubt, Worry, and Fear with Frozen Ropes founder, Tony Abbatine.
Every athlete on the team should end the year feeling valued for their progress, skill development, and attitude. Here is some advice on how to praise your athlete that will have the most beneficial impact on their sport.
No player wants to miss games of any type during any season but having to make choices teaches kids a life lesson about making and keeping commitments.
Follow these three tips to start performing at your highest level
Use these three strategies to reject those familiar refrains and discover a level of perseverance you didn't know you had.
Mistake avoidance will cause your sports children to play tentatively and nervously. If they treat mistakes as something that should be avoided, it will be harder for them to take risks and grow.
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