Here’s what parents and coaches should know to help their youth athletes create a system of strong habits to achieve their goals.
How you can help your athletes learn to pivot from their original roadmap and make mid-season adjustments that will help them realize their new goals.
Parents and coach should help youth athletes design a system of incremental goals that break down their big goals into smaller, more gradual ones.
Help your athletes avoid goal abandonment by being on the lookout for these four common pitfalls with your youth athletes.
How to Increase Your Chances of Achieving Your Goals Think you’re set you to achieve your goals this year? Check out these tips from Olympic Swimmer, Cody Miller! — For more on teaching respect in youth sports, check out: • Learn.TrueSport.org for insightful articles and videos full of valuable advice • Teach.TrueSport.org for an entire…
How to Create Youth Sports Goals That Get Results We live in a goal-obsessed society. From school curriculums to corporate mission statements to the latest gaming apps, goals are so ubiquitous they can give people ‘achievement anxiety’ when they struggle to reach them. This anxiety is only amplified when we abandon our goals, such as…
Ask the Expert: Age-Based Guide to Goal Setting with Roberta Kraus, Ph.D. By TrueSport While it makes intuitive sense that effective goals for fourth graders differ from those made by juniors in high school, it’s important for parents and coaches to understand how to help youth athletes make and achieve appropriate goals. Dr. Roberta Kraus…
Peter Vanderkaay’s Goal-Setting Secrets Olympic swimmer Peter Vanderkaay shares how setting goals has helped him both in and outside of sports.
3 Things Every Athlete Should Know About Setting Goals A Pan-American Games Gold Medalist and two-time NCAA Champion in fencing, Jimmy Moody shares three things you should always keep in mind when setting goals.
How To Set SMART Goals And Accomplish Anything Olympic bobsledder, sprinter, and TrueSport Ambassador Lauryn Williams shares how to set SMART goals that will help you both on and off the playing field.