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The Failure of Youth Sports

The Failure of Youth Sports

Sports parenting: a beginner's guide to the maneuvering your way through the world of youths sports and how to give your child the best experience possible.

Sports parenting: a beginner's guide to the maneuvering your way through the world of youths sports and how to give your child the best experience possible.

How parents can help kids who get cut from a sports team | Youth Football | USA Football

How parents can help kids who get cut from a sports team | Youth Football | USA Football

21 Things Coaches Should Do | Coaching for Success | The Official Website of George Raveling | CoachGeorgeRaveling.com

21 Things Coaches Should Do | Coaching for Success | The Official Website of George Raveling | CoachGeorgeRaveling.com

Why Sports Matter | Changing the Game Project

Why Sports Matter | Changing the Game Project

With 70% of kids leaving organized sports by the age 13, coaches and parents say something needs to change to keep children in the game.

Why are so many kids dropping out of sports? - CNN.com

With 70% of kids leaving organized sports by the age 13, coaches and parents say something needs to change to keep children in the game.

The 12 Moms You Meet on the Sidelines of Your Kids' Games .. ha ha laughed pretty hard at this

The 12 Moms You Meet on the Sidelines of Your Kids' Games

The 12 Moms You Meet on the Sidelines of Your Kids' Games .. ha ha laughed pretty hard at this

If your child can tell you’re unhappy during the game, you’re doing it wrong.

How Not to Be 'That' Sports Parent

If your child can tell you’re unhappy during the game, you’re doing it wrong.

1. Going to all your kids’ games. Or at least most of them, if you can.  2. Telling your children you are proud of them, whether they win or lose. Do this before they even play, after they play and as often as possible when it has nothing to do with sports.  3. Saying yes to playing with them. Even when you’re tired or have other “important” things to do, you will always be glad you took...

1. Going to all your kids’ games. Or at least most of them, if you can. 2. Telling your children you are proud of them, whether they win or lose. Do this before they even play, after they play and as often as possible when it has nothing to do with sports. 3. Saying yes to playing with them. Even when you’re tired or have other “important” things to do, you will always be glad you took...

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