Bleacher Report was a bumpy road, but it took me to a great job + MORE

Bleacher Report was a bumpy road, but it took me to a great job + MORE

Motivational Quotes for Kids That Help Build Positive Relationships + MORE

https://www.rootsofaction.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Motivational-Quotes-for-Kids-1.pngThe post Motivational Quotes for Kids That Help Build Positive Relationships appeared first on Roots of Action..... More »

TRENDS IN SPORTS: What Parents Need to Know about Youth Hockey + MORE

I really can’t recall the last time I did a WFAN show on the sport of youth and travel team hockey. Which is curious, because for years, ice hockey was the poster child for everything that was wrong about over-the-top and obnoxious sports parents…concerns about a kid’s playing time…t.... More »

Selecting A Concussion Educator: Rosemarie Moser Recommends Experts With Extensive Clinical Experience

  With youth sports concussion safety laws in place in all 50 states, increased public awareness about concussions, and growing concern about the long-term effect of repetitive head impacts, the demand for concussion education, not just for parents, coaches, and athletes, but for health.... More »
 1397247358 1187231934 Bleacher Report was a bumpy road, but it took me to a great job + MORE

Sneaking Education into Family Fun Vacations + MORE

  Whatever your financial situation, if you have a family then summer vacation is front and center on your mind. Every family has different plans and ideas. Some go for the most bang for their buck. Some want entertainment value for the kids. Some want educational value. Some just want to relax.... More »
flag football tournaments 1443015087 854045262 Bleacher Report was a bumpy road, but it took me to a great job + MORE

Sideline Tips: Safe Steps In The Return To Play Decision + MORE

By Dev Mishra, MD President, Sideline Sports Doc Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University   And Bert R. Mandelbaum, MD DHL (hon) Santa Monica Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Group and Sports Foundation Team Physician LA Galaxy, US Soccer, Pepperdine University Mem.... More »
When parents back off and let children fight their own battles, especially in the arena of youth sports, it is inevitable that those kids will grow stronger and learn lessons that will be with them for life.
But what about you? It’s frustrating for parents to watch the caterpillar turn into a butterfly, but is there anything else in this journey for you besides the pain of watching your child struggle?
Yes, there is much more…

Continue Reading On blog.coachup.com »

If you haven’t seen this new reality show on the Esquire Channel, you might want to take a moment to watch a few minutes of it.
But just be forewarned. It’s as though all of the social consciousness that has been raised in the last 20 years about evil and selfish sports parents and coaches somehow never reached this particulara part of Texas…

Continue Reading On askcoachwolff.com »

youth football tournaments 1390340660 343411254 Bleacher Report was a bumpy road, but it took me to a great job + MORENote: Dan Talintyre recently left Bleacher Report for a job with a professional rugby team in his native Australia. He sent this email to B/R editors last week. It’s reprinted here with his permission. 
I started writing for Bleacher Report three and a bit years ago when I was just starting university…

Continue Reading On bleacherreport.com »

5 Ideas for Motivating Boys

– allprodad.com

 
Every year the statistics on boys and achievement become more alarming. Boys are falling behind in school, boys are entering colleges at the lowest rate in history, and the number of young men returning home to live with their parents, working only part time or not at all, has more than doubled in the past two decades…

Continue Reading On allprodad.com »

The armpit is the part of the body that is dark, stinky, and unattractive. Everyone has one, but no one wants to see it or acknowledge it, and would rather cover it up and move on. The armpit of American youth sports is the culture of win at all costs, uneducated, over the top coaches [...]

Continue Reading On changingthegameproject.com »