Parents and coach should help youth athletes design a system of incremental goals that break down their big goals into smaller, more gradual ones.
The coach-parent dynamic: research shows that kids learn more and perform better when coaches, parents, and athletes work together harmoniously.
As many coaches at all levels of sport know, athletes and teams can use gratitude to build stronger teams.
To help kids develop greater resilience, perseverance, and grit, it’s important to encourage young athletes to get back up after failure.
Here’s how coaches and parents can help strengthen an athlete’s growth mindset, so they can make the connection between hard work and improvement.
Here are five reasons why energy drinks are NOT the answer to get young athletes through those long days of school and practice.
Anyone who has played sports has probably experienced sport performance anxiety, but sports can be particularly stressful on the minds of youth athletes.
Here are seven signs your young athlete is experiencing bullying in youth sports.
Here are five ways parents and coaches can help athletes learn new skills and perform at their best through positive self-talk.
Coaches and parents cannot make a young athlete confident, but there are important steps they can take to help kids develop their own confidence.