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Fitness is a habit best begun in youth. Learn more about each of our kids' fitness experts.
According to studies, three to four percent of high school pupils have tried some form of performance enhancing drug (PED).
Kevin Cook breaks down the game of golf from many angles, from history, to technology, to family relationships.
Graduation is an important milestone that will begin a new chapter of your life. Here's how to make the most of it.
In an age where technology has increased our entertainment options, adults and youth need to be enticed to work out.
A recent article addressed this topic by comparing tennis players who began playing as children or young adults.
The best way to improve a child's diet is to take it slow and make it fun. Here are three steps to get you started.
I believe two traits differentiate talented athletes from great athletes - mental toughness and a strong work ethic.
Baby carriers and jogging strollers are helpful, but we shouldn't overlook the most basic way to get a baby around.
As a parent or coach, you need to take steps to educate youth athletes about the problems of using anabolics.
If youth are not miniature adults, why do we continue to subject kids to a watered-down adult sports model?
While medical experts acknowledge that growing pains are real, there is much disagreement as to their actual cause.
Through positive role modeling of appropriate sports behavior, we can make good sportsmanship contagious.
Along with intense training, youth wrestlers and their coaches face an added challenge - monitoring body fat. A new study investigated the most effective ways to do it.
What makes Eric Lilliebridge such a good powerlifter? He is the world record holder in the squat at 275 pounds at only 23 years of age. Many would say his family are the source of his strength.
While it's natural that a young athlete does not want to go to practice on occasion, it's a problem when the child rarely wants to go. Here's a look at why this happens and how it can be solved.
Physiologically, adults and kids are both made up of bone and muscle tissues, they have the same organs, and they need the same fuels. So, why is it you can’t train them both the same way?