youth development

Your children are at a much greater risk of obesity now more than ever.
If you are going to put your kids in youth sports, the $200 sign-up fee is just the beginning.
The practice of yoga in care homes, when both staff and children are involved, can lead to both individual and social benefits.
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.
The way your child starts the day can have a huge impact on their overall health.
Clinicians may want to encourage families to set limits for both television and other screen devices.
Eating right may be the key to preventing impaired cognitive development.
The best gift you can give any athlete is a solid foundation.
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.
As a coach working with youth, there are a few things that you need to get straight.
Don't head into sports season with your youth unprepared to deal with the prevention of stress injuries.
Discover how to identify if it's time to find a different coach for your child and what steps to take.
From injury prevention to motor development, strength training needs to be part of any young athlete's training.