Youth Sports Blog Roundup for May 23rd, 2012

2012-05-22T15:32:33-04:00Coaching, Nutrition & Fitness, Parenting, Roundup|

Below you will find a few of our favorite blog posts that are related to youth sports, youth sports coaching and sports parenting from the past few weeks. Please feel free to visit each and we hope you find them as helpful as we do!

To Snack or Not to Snack During Half-time at Youth Soccer Games?

Eating a healthy snack such as oranges or veggies with peanut butter is not going to make our kids fat, especially if they have been exercising at a high intensity.

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How to keep your kids healthy with youth sports injuries on the rise

Sports are a wonderful way for kids to cultivate their social and leadership skills, to stay in shape, and to have fun. But depending on the sport they play, there’s a risk of injury that can go alongside.

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May is National Bike Month

Now here’s something I really need to do – get out and about in the ‘hood on my bike. Right now, it is sitting in the garage with two flat tires and collecting dust. A lot of good that does me.

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10 Reasons Dad May Not Want to Coach a Youth Baseball Team

It’s a simple dream that many dads across the country have: to coach their child’s little league team. But is it the right idea for you?

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2 Coaching Mistakes You May Be Making

Although not the coach’s fault (they have 12 players to worry about, limited practice time, and plays/defenses to work on), there are two errors I commonly see coaches and parents make when they’re trying to improve a player’s basketball skills.

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Off Season Training

Here’s a few training techniques for all you coaches looking to bring your little ballers to the next level! This sixth graders skill is incredible and shows how far hard work and commitment can take your players.

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