Youth sport burnout is a serious condition that can negatively impact kids and their psychosocial development. Learn more about this condition and the top three signs to look for in your child.
Youth sports can be a challenging experience for many kids, but there are 5 big tips sports parents can offer kids that will pay big dividends on the field. Sport psychologists regularly teach kids about the importance of mental toughness, …
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Rutgers has one hot mess on its hands with Julie Hermann, but the bigger issue may be the soon to be antiquated means of coaching athletes through insults, intimidation, and sometimes even physical abuse.
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