Here is what parents and coaches should think about when it comes to the sensitive topic of disordered eating habits and young athletes.
When you have two or more children in sports, it can be a challenge to give each one the same level of positive attention.
Athletes today struggle with a culture of comparison that spans far beyond comparing times or results with teammates or rival schools’ athletes.
Here are valuable tools & tips on how to start the conversation about mental wellness with your athlete, and how to keep those conversations moving forward.
It’s important to know how to how to help your athletes develop a plan to stay balanced with their hydration needs on and off the field.
If you have a picky athlete who doesn’t love the taste of water, it can be tricky to make sure that he or she is staying consistently and properly hydrated.
If you’re considering sending your young athlete to a camp this summer, you may want to look into a multi-sport camp rather than a sport-specific camp.
Coaches can be a driving force in developing leaders who will impact sport & communities, but leadership is more than simply choosing a captain of the team.
Here’s practical advice on how to launch a peer mentoring program at your school or on your team. When student-athletes act as mentors, everyone wins.
Focus on the mental side of the game to help your multi-sport athlete as they struggle to keep all the balls in the air—literally and figuratively.