When we talk about decision-making with young athletes, it’s with the understanding that not every decision is going to be the right one.
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.
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.
How coaches can work together to create stronger, more resilient athletes by sharing the training load, not doubling (or tripling) it.
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.