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Do you have health advice to share with your loved ones? Examine how you can be more effective at making a difference.
How do you know if your gym is a break from the stress or yet another burden to your clients? Ask yourself these questions.
Summer is almost over, so pick a date and plan for a night with no phone, no gym, and lots of delicious food.
Having a family can be a roadblock or an opportunity. It's up to you.
The next time your child is on the bench, don't freak out. Instead, embrace what it will teach them.
Keeping an eye out for this particular knee pain common to youth athletes is critical for both parents and coaches.
Competition can be ugly during early childhood. How can parents of young children get them started on the right foot?
Don't head into sports season with your youth unprepared to deal with the prevention of stress injuries.
Discover how to identify if it's time to find a different coach for your child and what steps to take.
From injury prevention to motor development, strength training needs to be part of any young athlete's training.
If you're wading through the mess of choosing a coach for your child, don't worry, there's help.
It is no secret that children’s movement skills and physical literacy have been in steady decline in recent years.
Get youth athletes headed in the right direction and keep despair at bay.
#Family is like training - more is not necessarily better. Better is better.
Trust your instincts and identify the warning signs of a coach who is on the wrong track.
This advice might not get you to peak performance, but it should help keep you from feeling old, tired, and sore every day.
Yoga helps keep kids physically active, but there are many more benefits for emotional support and bonding.