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Sportsmanship and Social Development: Bringing Teamwork into Everyday Activities

Posted by Jordan Snider on Jun 5, 2015 2:19:43 PM

Your child knows that he needs to shake hands with the opposing team whether he wins or loses. He knows to pat a teammate on the back after he scores or fails, and knows to cheer everyone on. Even though your child is considered a “good sport” on the field, do these positive practices translate into everyday life? They can! Good sportsmanship is part of social development, and can help your child at school, with friends and anywhere off the court or off the field.

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Topics: team, Views

What Parents Can Learn From The Success Of Jordan Spieth

Posted by Jordan Snider on May 24, 2015 12:04:15 PM

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Topics: parents, Views, golf

Helping Your Child Recover From A Sports Injury

Posted by Jordan Snider on May 16, 2015 10:31:01 AM

 

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Topics: parents, Views, injury

Organized Sports for Children with Disabilities

Posted by Jordan Snider on May 11, 2015 9:23:32 AM

Sports are a win for all kids. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, recreational athletics can be especially therapeutic for kids with disabilities, with numerous physical and overall well-being benefits. Even though kids with delays and disabilities may not engage in organized sports in the same manner as other children, understanding the importance of inclusion is necessary for all parents. Whether or not your child has a disability, knowing the why’s and how’s of including children with special needs in sports makes team play possible and positive for everyone.

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Topics: team, Views

Successful Coaches Also Mentor Athletes

Posted by Jordan Snider on May 8, 2015 9:45:17 AM

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Topics: coaching, Views

In Pursuit of the ‘Coveted’ Athletic Scholarship

Posted by Jordan Snider on May 3, 2015 6:03:04 PM

Synopsis: Blame it on the fact the cost of a college education has obtained a permanent place on the escalator to infinity. Blame it on the fact the plethora of sports-related cable/satellite channels are so hungry to fill vacant viewing hours athletic participants of every intercollegiate sport offered are capturing their version of Warhol’s 15 minutes of fame. Whatever the reason, there continues to be an upsurge in the efforts put forth by high school student-athletes (and parents) to reach the promised land of a secure college athletic scholarship. 

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Topics: students, Views, college

Are Youth Sports a Deterrent to Child Obesity?

Posted by Jordan Snider on Mar 9, 2015 8:18:01 AM

Synopsis: As obesity rates among children in the United States continue to be a major concern among parents, educators, and health officials ,the issue of whether or not participation in youth sports can be part of the solution.

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Topics: health, Views

Positive Coaching and Your Child

Posted by Jordan Snider on Mar 4, 2015 7:14:05 AM

Positive Coaching and Your Child

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Topics: coaching, Views

What Age Should Children Start Sports?

Posted by Jordan Snider on Mar 3, 2015 7:04:48 AM

Are you over-the-top excited about signing your little slugger up for t-ball? Maybe you can’t wait until your pint-sized player starts soccer? If you’re wondering what age is old enough for a child to start sports, the answer isn’t exactly clear-cut.

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Topics: parents, Views

110% Effort vs Rest & Recovery

Posted by Jordan Snider on Mar 2, 2015 9:41:25 AM

Go 110% all the Time! 

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Topics: Views, training

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