10 Milestones to Manhood + MORE

10 Milestones to Manhood + MORE
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Help Girls In Sports Overcome Bullying + MORE

Girls and women in sports like to focus on relationships, while boys and men are less likely to do this, says Joan Steidinger, author of “Sisterhood in Sports: How Female Athletes Collaborate and Compete.” But while focusing on relationships has many pluses—kids who do this are likely.... More »
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How to Eat Healthy and Save Money When Traveling for Youth Sports + MORE

Have you figured out how to eat healthy when going to games and tournaments? Let’s be real. Life in busy sports families means that something has to give.What is that “something” for you? For many, mealtimes seem to suffer the most neglect. Travel teams and late afternoon or early.... More »
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When Young Athletes Struggle With Self-Doubt

Helping Young Athletes Overcome Negative Beliefs It’s common for young athletes to struggle with doubt and negative thoughts about their performance. They tell themselves that: They aren’t good enough. They can’t beat the competition. They’re going to let down their coaches, parents, and f.... More »

CTE: Media Continues To Be Ahead Of Science + MORE

The prevailing media narrative is that concussions or repetitive subconcussive blows "cause" chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), that CTE "causes" former athletes to commit suicide, and such causal links are proven scientific fact. read more.... More »
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St. Paul Saints’ New Ballpark and a Father’s Day Tribute + MORE

Mike Veeck, the man who featured a drag team dressed in drag, a pig named Notorious P.I.G. (Piggy Smalls) that delivers game balls to umpires and a Roman Catholic nun giving massages in the stands during minor league baseball games, has given St. Paul more: a cool ball field in Lowertown. St. Paul S.... More »
It’s one of the most famous photos in sports history, an iconic image by Neil Leifer of Sports Illustrated. His remote-control camera in the rafters of the Astrodome captured Muhammad Ali, his arms raised in victory, walking away from a supine Cleveland Williams during their fight on Nov. 14, 1966…

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By Dev K. Mishra, M.D.
President, Sideline Sports Doc
Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University
Key Points:

A recent survey was published by Safe Kids Worldwide highlighting important aspects of the culture surrounding youth sports injuries
Youth coaches at club and high school levels must be properly educated in basic injury recognition
It’s very important to have a discussion with parents prior to the club season to establish a decision process for dealing with on-field injuries

There are some really great points exposed in this recent survey from Safe Kids Worldwide regarding the culture of youth sports injuries…

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Destined to Play…

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Are you Destined to Play?

Student Athletes 

Back to School..How important is this upcoming year for you?

Let’s Check your Progress

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10 Milestones to Manhood

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When I was fifteen, I got my driving learners permit. I could drive with an adult, but I wasn’t sure how soon I’d get the chance. That very day my dad told me he was going to visit my sister at college. He asked me to go. As we walked out to the car, he threw me the keys. I hardly expected it…

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“A water break? Water is for cowards. Water makes you weak. Water is for washing blood off that uniform, and you don’t get no blood on my uniform, boy you must be outside your mind! We are going to do up-downs, until Blue is no longer tired, and thirsty.”
-Coach Boone, Remember the Titans…

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