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The lessons kids learn on the field prepare them for life.
Organized sports are great for kids, but they're also risky - just like climbing trees.
Here are five lessons from childhood to help you on your journey to optimum wellness.
Competition can be ugly during early childhood. How can parents of young children get them started on the right foot?
If you're wading through the mess of choosing a coach for your child, don't worry, there's help.
Some people might applaud the concept of playing a sport through pain and injury. I am not one of them.
Montessori materials are prepared with children in mind. The equipment you use for coaching kids should be the same.
Just like in any good Montessori program, coaches of youth athletes need to build the foundations before the high-level skill work.
Teach children weightlifting while they are in their early fearless stage and you will watch them become quickly accustomed to the lifts.
Here's how to identify and prevent the toxic parenting trends observed at so many kids' sports events.
Looking back from my current stage of life, much has now changed for youth weightlifters.
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.
Using your time and energy effectively as a youth sports coach is vital. Making sure you can communicate and deal with all of your players will make your efforts all that more effective.
A new study suggests young athletes are more likely to be dehydrated, and won't necessarily stay hydrated even if water is available.
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.
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.
Youth soccer is firmly entrenched in American culture, whereas strength training is a bit controversial. A new study shows lifting weights makes kids better soccer players.