Introducing Fitness to a Youth Soccer Practice
By Adrian Parrish
A lot of people in the United States still look upon soccer as a relatively new sport, but considering the first organized soccer league out of the United Kingdom was set up in Newark, NJ, back in 1884, it probably could not be further from the truth. Read Article
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What if My Child Doesn't Like His Coach?
By Brian Gotta, President of CoachDeck
Spring is the time for new beginnings. As winter recedes and our local parks and fields thaw, new soccer, baseball and softball teams are forming in communities everywhere, which means coaches are meeting new players, and kids are meeting new coaches. What should we do if our child comes home from practice complaining that they don't like their coach? Read Article
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Complimenting Youth in Sports
by Dean Herbert
It seems so natural - intuitive even to congratulate young athletes. The words roll out of our mouths...Good job. Way to go. Good race. Good game.... Before I introduce more powerful options here are some comments from a confidential survey I conducted with youth athletes regarding what they find un-motivating or dispiriting. Read Article
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