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Why Locking Kids Into Just One Position Goes Against The Goal of Youth Sports

"My son's a shortstop." "My daughter's a striker." "My kid's a point guard." All too often, sports parents approach the coach with these type...

Fun Basketball Drills That Improve Court Skills

It is important for basketball players to train hard and practice their skills to improve athletic performance; but practice can still be enjoyable for...

5 Things Sport Coaches Need to Know About Strength Training

During my time as a high school strength and conditioning coach, I found that the best outcomes for our athletes occurred when the sport coach and I w...

7 Ridiculous Broscience Workout Myths You Should Stop Believing Immediately

You're going about your business in the gym. Then a jacked dude saunters over and decides to share some of his glorious wisdom. And because he's jac...

What American Youth Soccer Can Learn From Youth Hockey

Youth soccer has experienced tremendous growth in America over the last three decades. There's been roughly an 89-percent increase in youth soccer ...

Brad Stevens Offers Crucial Advice to New Coaches

Brad Stevens might be just 41 years old, but he's already established himself as one of the most respected coaches in basketball. At Butler, he twi...

4 Football Conditioning Drills That Work

One football tradition that will never die is good old fashioned team rivalries. But America's favorite sport has evolved. It is a faster, more explos...

Nebraska Football Coach Scott Frost Reveals How Cussing and Yelling at Players Can Be Poisonous to Success

If Scott Frost is able to turn around Nebraska football, it won't be through an endless tirade of red-faced shrieking. Frost, who led the Universit...

Notre Dame Basketball Coach Mike Brey Reveals How Tense Coaches Create Tense Players

A coach who's constantly tense and frustrated will rub off on their players in all the wrong ways. That's the message Notre Dame head basketball co...

Are Mandatory Early Morning Workouts Doing Young Athletes More Harm Than Good?

For as long as there have been sports teams, there have been mandatory early morning workouts. These crack-of-dawn sessions train athletes to push ...

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