TRENDS IN SPORTS: Is HS Football Quietly Going out of Business?

TRENDS IN SPORTS: Is HS Football Quietly Going out of Business?
flag football tournaments 1473797330 1604527644 TRENDS IN SPORTS: Is HS Football Quietly Going out of Business?

On-Field Injury Recognition: If Not Now, Then When? + MORE

By Dev K. Mishra, M.D. President, Sideline Sports Doc Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University Key Points: A recently published study provides a 25 year data analysis of emergency department visits for injuries from youth soccer and shows a year to year significant in.... More »
 1436360391 708585887 TRENDS IN SPORTS: Is HS Football Quietly Going out of Business?

Will You Help Me Give a Cap To a Child Who is Battling Cancer? + MORE

Last week I introduced to you a great new fundraising tool called FlipGive. Today, I’m launching  my own campaign, to show you how it works! I’ve started a campaign to raise money for Caps for Kids, an organization that buys caps for kids undergoing cancer treatment. My goal is to raise.... More »
youth sports 1443717128 1723973037 TRENDS IN SPORTS: Is HS Football Quietly Going out of Business?

Negative Coaching Tactics Don’t Work + MORE

College coaches have gotten a bad reputation due to a few loud and borderline abusive coaches. These coaches use intimidation, embarrassment and threatening techniques to try to bring out the best in their players. With the rise of social media, more players who recognize coaches that have gone too .... More »

Sports Parenting Podcast: Should You Move Your Child Up Ahead of His Peers in Youth Sports?

To listen to this podcast, click on the above arrow. Has your child ever been asked to move up a level in sports? In this podcast, I will talk with Dr. Haley Perlus about what parents and athletes should consider when making this decision. Dr. Perlus has a Ph.D. in Sport Psychology, M.S. in Spor.... More »

PITCH COUNTS: Brand New Pitch Limits Start This Spring All Over the Country: Be Forewarned!

PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL PITCH COUNTS TO GO INTO EFFECT THIS SEASON By Steve Kallas In July 2016, the National Federation of State High School Associations (“NFHS”) announced that, beginning with the 2017 spring baseball season, each state member would have to institute a pitch count rule for high sch.... More »
The numbers tell the story about HS football in this country – and you can’t believe the decline is due just because of the recent concerns about concussions.
Reports from all over are saying very similar things:
> In Ohio, traditionally a hot bed for HS football, the number of kids playing the sport there have dropped from 55,000 to 45,000 from 2008…

Continue Reading On askcoachwolff.com »