Youth sports, through the eyes of kids polled by i9 Sports, have a problem: the adults who run them. Eighty-four percent of kids said they either want to or have quit a team, and a third wish adults didn't watch their games because it makes them nervous.
Sports Parenting Is Both An Art And A Challenge. #heysportsparents Defines The Critical Elements Needed To Develop Successful Athletes. The Co-authors, Sharkie Zartman, An All American Athlete And Dr.
Do you want to develop the mind of a winner? Have you ever wondered what gives young, elite athletes the edge? How can you transform a kid into a champion? Expert in sports psychology and mental training, Janne Mortensen has coached national teams and world-class athletes, taking them to European...
Parents today are fearful for their children. Fear of harm, fear of community (not keeping up with the Jones's), and fear of failure. These fears perpetuate helicopter parenting behaviour, in all of us! Yes, we have all demonstrated some level of over parenting behaviour.
Being a good sports parent is like being a good school parent. To make sure your kids get the most out of their participation, you need to participate too. Being involved, in a positive way, means you provide encouragement, support, and practical help.