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 »
Gettin’ Schooled with Grayson: What will you gain? Over the summer, Grayson Williams-Krebs was an outstanding addition to the CoachUp family as a hard-working intern that knows the passion required to play sports after high school. Although she’s in the middle of her senior year at th.... More »
Used-Equipment Banks: One Way to Reduce Costs and Boost Enrollment
By Doug Abrams
Much has been written lately about the escalating costs of playing youth sports, particularly at the travel and elite levels. Commentators have described burdens imposed by interstate travel and lodging, handsomely .... More »
What was the biggest upset in sports ever? Villanova upsetting heavily favored Georgetown in college basketball? Buster Douglas beating fearsome Mike Tyson? Team USA upsetting the Russians in Olympic hockey? Or, underdog Leicester wins Premiere League?
Many folks are making the case that Leicester.... More »
As with every stage of parenting–from sleepless nights to potty training, all the way to setting curfews and paying college bills–there are adjustments you make in how you care for, discipline and relate to your child. And so it is in youth sports. You will not, and should not, treat t-.... More »
By Dev Mishra, M.D.
President, Sideline Sports Doc
Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University
Good objective data can help guide decisions regarding concussion policy and can also help reduce the emotional intensity surrounding some of the decisions
Objective data specific to young athletes is hard to come by but more research is being conducted
We can use data on collegiate athletes to at least start our decision process and extend some of the thinking to young athletes…
If you’re in charge of a youth sports league or team, we know you don’t have enough time. The list of duties you’re responsible for is mind-blowing – hiring, scheduling, equipment, finances. And this is only a partial list!
We applaud your dedication to our young athletes and their families…
Back in July, we allowed our athletes and parents to vote for their favorite coaches across the platform so we could highlight the winners. Of those winners, the full article can be found here, Chase Wickham, a soccer coach from North Carolina received our award for Most Impactful, accompanied by this small blurb: “Coach Chase […]
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