Find out how can you avoid the trap of being “that parent” in the stands—or deal with other parents who aren’t as gracious.
For well-rounded, lifelong athletes, a focus on recognizing effort rather than results can yield more long-term benefits.
Here are five nutritional strategies your young athlete should avoid to ensure they aren’t deprived of the fuel and nutrients they need to compete at their best.
Here’s what you need to know about why a food-first mindset is so important, and how to help your youth athletes rely on food over supplements.
An anti-doping program helps ensure that sport is fair and safe, but the testing process can be daunting for many young athletes.
There are many myths surrounding supplements that parents should be aware of before choosing to buy these products – here are 4 myths to know.
Parents, teachers, and coaches must once again help kids understand the risks and learn to reject e-cigarettes and vaping.
Why coaches, parents, and youth sport role models must help shape an environment that prioritizes clean and healthy competition.
Ongoing work by researchers is revealing not only the real causes of burnout in youth athletes, but also how it can be avoided.
Athletes with an excuse mentality fear negative outcomes and make excuses. Here are four practical tips for combating the excuse mentality on your team.