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High-top shoes have stopped performing their primary function of protecting an athlete’s ankles and have now become an aesthetic choice.
This year, I’m challenging myself (and you) to take the stress out of the holidays.
Developing fine motor skills will help your kids excel in their sport. Here are some Montessori-inspired tips for building these skills.
“You gotta eat your vegetables.” This mantra doesn't have to lead to tears, tantrums, and arguments.
If you're spending a lot of time with a loved one in the hospital, you need ways to keep yourself healthy, too.
A school is supposed to nourish a student in every way. But all signs point to how caretakers in the education field are failing us.
Adolescent athletes don't have to warm the bench just because they're going through a growth spurt.
We are neglecting our children. We are failing to care for them properly and allowing them to overtrain - with lifelong consequences.
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.
By identifying time-saving tips and techniques and strategies, the student athlete can succeed academically, as well as athletically.
Many schools are shortening recess or even eliminating it altogether. Here are some reasons that's a bad idea.
It's time for packing lunches, carpool, and homework. Here are some tips for surviving the hectic school season with your fitness intact.
Including the entire family in your fitness program may be just what you need to revitalize your training plan.
These days, kids are told that they are good enough no matter what. But they aren’t. Our kids are failing at school and failing at health and wellness.
Yoga and mindfulness practices at a young age can benefit youth behavior, focus, attention span, and embodiment.
What can reveal the most about an athlete, can make or break a game, and can reach viral status? That’s right. Attitude.