A grab bag of stories and articles that are of interest to parents and athletes.
Do you feel that you’ve slipped into the desperate parenting mode? If you are seeing these four signs, then the good news is that you have not!
lifting heavy can be the difference-maker distance runners need that keeps them stronger, faster and healthier than their competition.
Becoming aware of this dichotomy between our actions and our words is the first step to becoming parents who live what they say. And the result of that is producing children who learn to do the same.
Below are some ways you can work to get everyone on the same page, and make your family a true dream team.
Helping your child turn their season around from awful to awesome means you weather the storms of adversity with them.
When obstacles come as you improve, keep these tips in mind as you reach another level.
Preparing to compete at the next level can be an exciting – and overwhelming – time in a student-athlete’s life. There are so many things to consider when thinking about becoming a collegiate athlete, including what division level to play at, what major to study and where to go to school. NCSA Power Rankings are designed to help student-athletes get started on the college search process by learning about schools that they may not have thought to consider.
For parents, enrolling your child in flag football is the perfect way to get him/her involved with the sport, especially if they’re nervous about contact.
Love is how we keep kids running. It sounds sappy, but I’m not kidding. Running is freedom and kids, they love freedom.
Even families who do everything right will face difficulties, but these guidelines will give you something to cling to when you’re wondering how to navigate through hard times.
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