COACHES WHO CHEAT: Holding Coaches Accountable for Their Actions

COACHES WHO CHEAT: Holding Coaches Accountable for Their Actions

6 Ways Good Sleep Can Help Your Athlete Play Better

This article is sponsored by SleepAdvisor.org, a company that is dedicated to helping everyone achieve their optimal sleep level and wake up each day with more energy and focus. Good Sleep is often overlooked as a fitness strategy for athletic performance. Every athlete knows they need the right cal.... More »
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Sports Award Certificates + MORE

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What Young Athletes Learn From the Mindset of Olympians + MORE

Mental Toughness Lessons From Olympians With the start of the summer Olympics, kids and teens have lots to learn from Olympians—dedication, perseverance and courage, for example. Daniel B. Peters, PhD., a psychologist who specializes in children and families, notes that many Olympians begin their.... More »

How to Sell Used Youth Sports Equipment

This post is sponsored and paid for by SidelineSwap.com, a site where you can buy and sell used sports equipment. Their mission is to provide athletes with a more affordable way to get gear so that everyone can play the sports they love.  During 22 years of being a sports family, our closets have.... More »
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Nick Mercer: Adjustment/Accomplishment + MORE

Nick wrote two quick takes on his experiences with TBI recovery and where he stands, currently.  Here they are presented in one post.  We would like to thank Nick for continuing to post from a unique perspective and appreciate the work he has done for us. ========== Adjusting is not quitting. I fi.... More »
Every coach I have ever had – whether at the elementary youth level, middle school, high school, college, or professional – has always hammered home the theme of “do the right thing…..be a man….hold yourself accountable for your actions.”
It is so basic and fundamental a theme in sports that it’s hard to comprehend how some coaches don’t seem to get it…

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