Basketball Feel Good Story Roundup + MORE

Basketball Feel Good Story Roundup + MORE

Faster, Higher, Stronger: An Interview with Mark McClusky + MORE

Every day the limits of the human body and being pushed. From sport science to nutrition, and from psychology to neuroscience, elite athletes are being trained differently, and are pushing the boundaries of performance. In his fantastic new book Faster, Higher, Stronger: How Sports Science Is Creati.... More »

CoachUp Coach Antwon Hicks to run at the Rio Olympics

CoachUp Coach Antwon Hicks to run at the Rio Olympics (Shoutout to Making of Champions for their awesome photo + video!) CoachUp is excited to announce that Antwon Hicks, a member of our family and exceptional CoachUp Coach, has qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympics. Hicks, who will be competing in th.... More »
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Sports Award Certificates + MORE

Go To Sports Award Certificates The post Sports Award Certificates appeared first on Sports Feel Good Stories. .... More »
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What Every Sports Parent Needs to Know About Dealing with Young Coaches + MORE

How do you feel about your child having young coaches? In 21 years of being a sports mom, I saw mostly older coaches who were parents, but every now and then my kids had a rookie that was in their 20s and on more than one occasion I felt bad for the way those youngsters were treated. If...Read.... More »
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Why should you care about sports science? + MORE

By John Cone, PhD, CSCS Founder and President, FitFor90 Key Points: At Sideline Sports Doc, we try whenever possible to use an “evidence based” approach to youth sports health and this week we feature an article by John Cone, who uses scientific evidence to support his athlete training and reco.... More »
I cannot express how thankful I am to live in the age of modern medicine. When reading about medieval medical practices, I have come to a solid conclusion. If I lived during that time, more than likely with all of the injuries I have sustained, I would have died very young. Some of the things that they did to cure people are absolutely horrifying…

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Cordelia Hebblethwaite points out in her Twitter bio that her delightful name is too long for the platform. But that hasn’t stopped the veteran journalist from knowing a thing or two about social media.
She was a founder and lead blogger for BBC Trending, the service’s blog covering stories trending on social media, and she’s doing a yearlong fellowship at Stanford where she’s “exploring how journalists can exploit the full potential of social media…

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 The “Main Street Test”
By Doug Abrams
 The November 1 issue of The Australian Magazine carries a thoughtful feature article by Natasha Bita about out-of-control youth sports parents and coaches. She reports recent confrontations at soccer and rugby matches Down Under, but similar incidents happen regularly almost anywhere boys and girls play organized sports, including the United States…

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Basketball Feel Good Story Roundup


 1415710707 1869923575 Basketball Feel Good Story Roundup + MORESome great stories happening this past week on the basketball court.
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Drake Student cans buzzer beater to win a new truck
At Drake University, as part of their “Bulldog Madness” half-time event, first year student Alex Tillinghast was chosen in a contest to make a layup, a free throw, a 3-pointer and a half-court shot in 30 seconds for an opportunity to win a new truck…

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