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March 6, 2016

Taking responsibility is one of the most powerful actions your athlete can take to create resiliency and loyaly team members.

March 6, 2016

These are brief motivational messages that you can provide to your athlete so they get the most out of their athletic experience.

March 6, 2016

A new review of seven trials has found that vitamin D supplementation can significantly increase strength in lower and upper limbs.  The Detroit Red Wings are among many squads that are focusing on the vitamin D levels of their athletes.

March 6, 2016

Don’t be that parent that makes attending a high school sporting event unpleasant for everyone else in the stands—not to mention making things uncomfortable for the participants.  An article on Stack.com lists 10 “no-no’s” as a sports parent.

March 6, 2016

There is only one guarantee during a normal athletic season—not everything will go exactly as planned.   As a result, certain team issues may arise related to individual and team interaction. In an effort to minimize these types of situations, it is essential that athletes and parents have an understanding of their role in the process.  Here's a list of expectations for both parents and athletes to help minimize conflicts.

February 2, 2016
It's no secret that what motivates one athlete can leave another indifferent. Some live for the fire of competition and anything that will help them better an opponent gets them going. Others need a tangible reward to bring out their best. And some create their own motivation through the internal satisfaction of a job well done. As a parent, do you know what is the greatest form of motivation for your son or daughter when it comes to playing sports? To gain the proper perspective on this topic, you can start by considering these questions: 

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