Coaching Tips: How to Be Direct without Crossing the Line

As a coach, it’s not in your job description to produce less than average players, to beat around the bush, give them the easy route or be their best friend. It’s your job to tell your team what they are doing right and wrong – it’s your job to make them better. But it’s also not your job to be…

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4 Reasons Why Youth Sports Matter

4 Reasons Why Youth Sports Matter

  • Abigail Sandstrom
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As a parent, you sign your kids up for sports with the hopes they’ll like it, even love it and maybe go pro (and give you a great retirement option?!). You hope your money isn’t wasted on a bad program, a losing team, or your kid making best friends with the bench. We get it. You want the best for…

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Have the Motivation of an Olympian

Have the Motivation of an Olympian

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The Olympics are here! The event that brings athletes and the world together. We see individuals compete at mind-boggling levels and the athlete in us watches in admiration and awe. When we think about the hours, the years, the lifetimes of practice and dedication, we can’t help but feel insane pride when victories have been achieved. However, it’s almost unbearable…

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4 TIPS TO PARENTING YOUR ATHLETE

4 TIPS TO PARENTING YOUR ATHLETE

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When it comes to parenting an athlete – it can be tricky. You want to support and encourage, but you also feel the need to provide constructive criticism. It’s easy to praise successes but you find yourself at a loss when it comes to times of failure and disappointment. Sometimes you feel you know better than the coach, sometimes your aspirations…

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