youth development

With all this knowledge and abundance, why are our problems getting worse?
Society has made a quantum leap in the past two decades. Education must do the same, if we are to equip our kids to handle the future.
There are simple, concrete steps that must be taken if we are to reclaim our society from the jaws of predatory industries.
The unbridled power of the pharmaceutical industry is creating a universally drugged society.
The most important gift we can give our kids is the confidence and character that comes from physical capability.
Our horrendous dietary practices may not be all our fault, but they are our problem to fix.
The biggest improvement in our society’s health may come from a strong dose of common sense.
Treating kids like little pro athletes is driving them away from fitness for good.
We won’t turn the tide in America’s fight with obesity until we give people of all ages the tools to manage their own health and fitness.
We talk to the creators of The Motivation Factor, a documentary about how a groundbreaking PE program inspired a persident to create similar programs in 4,000 schools across the United States.
Since 1970, we’ve seen obesity triple in youth ages 6-19.
The NCAA can no longer ignore their responsibility as an education-based athletics organization to advocate for and promote human development.
If our kids are in poor health now, how bad will it be for them later in life?
How the simple kettlebell improves strength, mobility, focus, and even fights aging.
Being an athlete may not be what you expect it to be, but you'll love what it brings you anyway.
Proper position and movement patterns are the foundation of every athletic movement.
Tradition and ignorance are poor excuses for sabotaging our kids' athletic development.