youth athletes

A new study found that ADHD children are more likely to enroll in contact sports than individual sports, ultimately leading to a higher risk of injury.
We have to value food and take an interest in what we are putting in our bodies.
Proper position and movement patterns are the foundation of every athletic movement.
With growing evidence of the effects of early brain trauma, letting your kid play tackle football deserves a closer look.
There isn't a summer conditioning program better than a summer spent at the playground.
How physically prepared is your kid to play in a season that doesn't end for ten or more years?
Bullying is known to contribute to mental, emotional, and behavioral problems, and now it turns out that it can also be responsible for serious physical problems as well.
Coaches working with youth athletes need to keep them injury-free and constantly improving.
The best gift you can give any athlete is a solid foundation.
Youth today are unable to perform basic human movements, so the mission is to help them accumulate those skills.
Don't fall victim to an industry whose interest is money, not your child's wellbeing.
What you learn in the weight room applies everywhere else.
Our education system is perpetuating our health crisis. These are the strategies to turn the tide.
Ask yourself whether the cost of pushing children down the path of expected elite performance is worth it. Because all the statistics say it isn’t.
It is critical that youth pitchers, parents, and coaches educate themselves well on the consequences of electing the Tommy John surgery.
As a coach working with youth, there are a few things that you need to get straight.
The next time your child is on the bench, don't freak out. Instead, embrace what it will teach them.