5 Reasons to Celebrate This Year + MORE

5 Reasons to Celebrate This Year + MORE
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Hit Your New Year’s Goals

By Dev K. Mishra, M.D. President, Sideline Sports Doc Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University Key Points: New Year’s goals can be achieved with the right set of guidelines to help you Pick a relatively small goal and go bigger when you succeed with the smaller one .... More »

How to Help Your Child Win Where It Really Counts: In Their Head!

To listen to this new podcast series, click on the above arrow. Perhaps you’ve heard the saying “Sports is 80% mental”, or maybe even that it’s 90% mental. I read from one sports psychologist that actually it’s 100% mental because thoughts influence actions and those ac.... More »
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Foot and Ankle Injuries in Ballet + MORE

By Adam Bitterman DO and Simon Lee, MD Rush University Medical Center Foot and Ankle Section Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Foot and ankle injuries are extremely common amongst those participating in dance activities. Those impacting the lower extremity account for roughly 65-80% of all dancer in.... More »

WOC #11 Jon Gordon, Best Selling Author and Leadership Expert, on The Power of Positivity

Jon Gordon’s best-selling books and talks have inspired readers and audiences around the world. His principles have been put to the test by numerous Fortune 500 companies, professional and college sports teams, school districts, hospitals, and non-profits. He is the author of 17 books includin.... More »

TRENDS IN SPORTS: Is HS Football Quietly Going out of Business?

The numbers tell the story about HS football in this country – and you can’t believe the decline is due just because of the recent concerns about concussions. Reports from all over are saying very similar things: > In Ohio, traditionally a hot bed for HS football, the number of kids p.... More »

Keeping Your Core Healthy

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youth sports 1394637282 762068619 5 Reasons to Celebrate This Year + MOREBy Dev K. Mishra, M.D.
President, Sideline Sports Doc
Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University
In recent posts we’ve been discussing the importance of the large lower extremity muscles and core, especially for sports such as baseball.  Today we’ll take a brief look at a few maintenance tips for the two dominant muscle stabilizing groups, the latissimus dorsi and gluteals…

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Mashable writer Sam Laird trawled the hallways at SXSports, the sports component of last week’s South by Southwest conference, and asked people with coveted sports-industry jobs how they broke in.
Laird presents the brief career stories of three of them in their own words: Kevin Cote, Senior Director of Digital for the Golden State Warriors; Amanda Vandervort, Director of Social Media for Major League Soccer; and Will Yoder, Digital Lead in the Octagon Talent Division at Octagon sports agency…

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Coaching Resource of the Month — March 2014

– InstituteForSportCoaching.com

This is long overdue but March 2014′s Coaching Resource of the Month is SportsCoachUK’s blog. SportsCoachUK has a team of sport coach specialists blogging on a number of issues directly related to coaching including a new series on coaching apps. Highly recommend checking it out.
They are a non-profit partially supported by the British Govt…

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Gary was complaining to his friend Steve about his upcoming birthday. He was about to turn 40.
“No way,” Steve said. “I turned 50 a couple of years ago and it’s all good. 50 is the new 30!”
That helped Gary. Steve was having a great experience because he was living forward, getting more involved with his kids, reinventing himself, and giving this time in life his best shot…

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