kids

It is no secret that children’s movement skills and physical literacy have been in steady decline in recent years.
It doesn't matter if going to the gym six weeks after delivery is normal. What matters is whether or not you are ready.
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.
If homework time triggers headaches for the whole family, consider adding a little exercise into the mix.
I'm a big believer in starting children while they're young. Here's why RDLs are my favorite exercise.
Teaching kids how to do the Olympic lifts is different from teaching adults. Change your cues accordingly.
Young athletes don't always realize the impact their training will have on their future. Here's how to protect them.
Receiving the initial diagnosis of Sever’s disease can be scary, but with proper treatment it shouldn't have lasting effects.
Developing fine motor skills will help your kids excel in their sport. Here are some Montessori-inspired tips for building these skills.
High-top shoes have stopped performing their primary function of protecting an athlete’s ankles and have now become an aesthetic choice.
I'm not going to give you the usual boring advice. Instead, I'm here to offer some not-so-expected tips on how to handle kids.
“You gotta eat your vegetables.” This mantra doesn't have to lead to tears, tantrums, and arguments.
The off-season does not mean an athlete should not train. So if it doesn’t mean taking time off, what does it mean?
The term “sensitive period” refers to a certain age or period in a child’s life in which they are more receptive to some types of learning than others.
Adolescent athletes don't have to warm the bench just because they're going through a growth spurt.
The myth remains that weightlifting prevents growth of the bones, and young athletes will remain short.