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How to Develop a Successful Mindset for a Youth Athlete

It's no secret...The concept of youth athlete development is at it's most intense period in history. Developing your child as a student and an athlete...

What Parents Need to Know About Their Kid's Strength Training Program

A Parent's Guide to Strength & Conditioning What Parents Need to Know About Their Kids Strength Training Program Want to give your child an edge over...

Can The Dweck Mindset Method Help Your Kids Be Better Athletes?

Introducing the Mindset Model by Carol Dweck The Dweck Mindset Model was developed by Professor Carol Dweck PhD, a world-renowned Stanford University...

62 High School Athletes Identify the Most Embarrassing Sport Parent Behaviors

Being a sports parent of a student athlete can be a lot of work, but the joys of watching your child cross that finish line or score that goal far...

A Better Way for Coaches to End Practice

How does Mental Toughness grow if we end practice early? The secret to success is the ability of one more. When we are tired and fatigued, the key is to...

5 Ways Sports Parents Can Help Build Mental Toughness

Parents, want to build your child's mental toughness? check out these 5 tips. "Perfect little Rachel " That's how her parents described and introduced...

Why Fun Should Be the Focus of Youth Sports

I think it is safe to assume that the STACK.com readers get it. The benefits of physical activity in youth are universally well known and accepted in...

Your Kid Sucks at Sports. 5 Reasons Why That's OK

All sports parents dream of watching their sons or daughters accomplish incredible feats on the field of play. To some, that means catching a touc...

Why Sports Parents Shouldn't Talk to Coaches

Sports parents, seem to think that because they can visibly see what takes place on the field, it makes them somewhat of an expert. A head football...

How Sports Parents Ruin The Car Ride Home

Great sports parents have great timing. There are good times to talk with your son or daughter about the game or practice, and then there are bad times....