Your Guide to Sports ParentingHelp your child develop a healthy attitude toward sports with these tips from coaches and other experts.
Do the natural instincts and values that go into being a good mother also translate into being a good coach? Here’s a few moms who’ve found the right balance for family and sports.
As millions of kids take to the soccer field, many are destined to quit sports by their teens--largely because they’re not having fun. Find out how to keep tabs on your child's interest.
Coaches drastically affect a young player's development both on and off the field. Here are strategies to ensure your priorities as a coach are in the right place.
Help your young players get the most out of their talent with this primer on developing a proper athletic frame of mind.
Why do athletes sabotage their own success? Here are tips on helping young players lower expectations and combat a fear of failure.
Do young athletes have special nutritional needs? Or, are they just small grown-ups who can follow the same sports nutrition program as adults? Find out how to fuel your growing athlete.
Sports equipment is a necessary part of an active life, but it doesn't have to be expensive. Here are ways to get the most out of your money.
Traveling with your kid to a tourney? Follow these insider tips to make your travel experience fun and hassle-free.
Burnout among young athletes is a long-term threat. Learn just how it can hurt a child's growth and what can be done to prevent it.
Kids have more energy than adults, but they shouldn't be pushed as hard in their sports. Find out why too much training can have a negative impact and how you can avoid long-term damage.