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5 Reasons We Lack Creative Soccer Players: Ways Parents Can Help

It is safe to say that we all know creativity when we see it; whether in a piece of art, in music, writing, or verbal expression. It might also be safe to say that most folks know creativity in sports when they see it as more

Norway Is Dominating The Olympics With A Unique Approach To Sports Development
Tiny Norway is on a record medal pace, and thanks to their approach to competition beginning in childhood they are having fun doing more

Want To Be a Leader?  Carry The Team's Bags
Those who know me know that, having grown up with five brothers, I am a little bit of a sports junkie. And I believe part of the reason I have the honor of serving today as a CEO is because of the leadership lessons I learned through more 

A Higher Purpose Than Winning
If you put a bunch of top coaches, sport scientists and psychologists in a room together, they may not agree on much. They would agree on one thing though: an overemphasis on winning and competition, instead of practice and development, is detrimental to the long term performance of young more

Why Kids Play Sports
We have had many changes recently – and will continue to see changes – in the youth sports landscape... but one thing has not changed. Why kids play more

How to Navigate your Child's Path -- By Christian Lavers

The choice of where to have your child play youth soccer can be very difficult. Multiple clubs, “select teams,” or leagues will tout their services or programs, often with promises of glory down the road. There is no shortage of choices for where your child can spend the next year of development – and in the United States, parents have more choice than in any other more

The Talent That Whispers -- By John O'Sullivan
The scouts snickered. They looked at the time again. To this day the 5.28 second 40 yard dash time is one of the slowest for quarterbacks in the history of the NFL combine. His 24.5 inch vertical leap didn’t have them lining up at his door either. He had been a good, but not more

Size Matters - The Little Athlete's Perspective -- By Todd Beane
What can I do to grow?” son asks as we drive home from training. “Why?” I respond. “Because everyone is bigger than me and I just want to be their size.” When your child enjoys playing sport, size matters. Being short, slight, and weak compared to more

Maintaining Consistency on the Field: What's Your Number? -- By Christie Marshall
In a previous article, I wrote about the psychological characteristics of developing excellence (PCDEs). One of these was self-awareness, which in sport involves being aware of: How you are interacting with your environment (other players, the ball, the field surface) The way your body is moving How you are feeling physically How you are feeling emotionally How mentally prepared more

10 Tips for Preventing Sports Injuries in Kids and Teens -- Johns Hopkins Medicine
With sports camps and more structured activities, kids today are increasingly likely to play their chosen sport year-round. But more time on the field brings a greater risk of experiencing sports-related more


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