Analyst Mary Meeker gives state of the internet, internet listens + MORE

Analyst Mary Meeker gives state of the internet, internet listens + MORE
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How to Keep Youth Sports Competition Where it Belongs: in the Game + MORE

Although competition is a healthy and necessary part of youth sports, there is one very important fact that many parents, players, and coaches seem to forget: it should stay on the field–or court, or pool or green, or mat. Some people are competitive by nature–I get that, I live with fou.... More »
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Filed Claim: Arland Bruce III v. CFL Entities + MORE

The Filed Claim in its entirety can be found HERE. You will notice the very wide scope and various Defendants.  Certainly it will have to go through the process up in Canada however, it will definitely get some attention: Like this from The Toronto Sun. Or this from Twitter: The @concussionblog re.... More »
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Minnesota Gophers Don’t Sit Out NCCA Big Dance + MORE

The NCAA Tournament tips off today with a full schedule of games, and this year a surprise guest is the Minnesota Gophers. With only 7 wins last year, coupled with some off the court troubles, Minnesota wasn’t expected to do much this season. Apparently the word didn’t reach the young team and c.... More »
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Why Perfectionist Sports Kids Aren’t So Perfect + MORE

What’s The Problem With Perfectionism? Perfectionist sports kids show up to practice on time and work hard to improve their skills. Coaches like them because they follow directions. Sounds perfect, right? But there’s a problem with perfectionist sports kids—often, both in sports and life..... More »
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The New Republic celebrates 100 years with 100 great stories + MORE

It’s been three months since the New Yorker made 231 of its greatest stories available online to celebrate a website design, so you must be finished reading that collection by now. So you should have plenty of time to dig into 100 Years 100 Stories, a celebration by The New Republic of its 10.... More »
 
It’s time for June’s Basic Training! First, let us give you a big high five for saying “I’m in” to the All Pro Dad Basic Training 2014, and for taking action each month. If you are new or have fallen off of All Pro Dad’s Basic Training, click here to catch up. We know you can do it and we are rooting for you!
One of the main reasons basic training was started was to have a group of dads all striving for the same thing—to be better dads…

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The NBA Playoff conference finals are mid-series right now and there are a lot of stories about the game within the game. My hometown Pacers are facing elimination at the hands of the Miami Heat and the match-up between two players has been highlighted, and not necessarily for on-court reasons.
Who wins when it comes to trash talk?
Lance Stephenson and LeBron James have exchange some words on the court as well as off the court through the media…

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

University of Chicago business school professor Toby Moskowitz discusses his fascinating book, Scorecasting
The book is a “Freakonomics” type of analysis to some of our commonly held sports beliefs
The home field advantage is real
The “hot hand” is probably a myth
Challenge the “conventional wisdom”, especially what you hear from sports announcers

How many youth sports games have you attended when you were convinced the ref was a “homer”?  Particularly in sports such as soccer, where the referee is in charge of subjective parts of managing the game such as time added for injury, the behavior of the ref often favors the home team…

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Mary Meeker is an analyst whose annual report on the state of the internet is to people who care about such things kind of like what the first mock draft of the year is to NFL junkies. A former Wall Street securities analyst who now works for the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Meeker presented her report at the first Code Conference Wednesday in Southern California…

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Starting Your Athletes the Right Way

– changingthegameproject.com

(A child’s first contact and first impression of a sport goes a long way to determining whether or not he will fall in love with the game. As basketball great Steve Nash says, upon receiving his first ball and playing in his first organized league at age 13, “I felt like I had a new [...]

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