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2501, 2016

Serving Others in Your Child’s Sport

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For Coaches For Parents For Referees Serving Others in Your Child’s Sport So you want your child to be happy and healthy. You want your child to excel. You want your child to experience as much success as possible on the court, field or track. Good for you! There’s no problem there. The more important question is how will you go about doing this? Do you know what the very best way is to insure that your [...]

401, 2016

“The Man in the Mirror”

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For Coaches For Parents For Referees “The Man in the Mirror” When you get all you want as you struggle for self, and the world makes you king for a day, then go to the mirror and look at yourself and see what that man has to say. For it isn't your mother, your father or wife whose judgment upon you must pass, but the man, whose verdict counts most in your life is the one staring [...]

401, 2016

She Is Ready for the “Power Step”

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For Coaches For Parents For Referees She Is Ready for the "Power Step" Question from Reader: My daughter is the goal keeper for a U-12 team. She is very enthusiastic and willing to learn, but my issue is knowledgeable instruction. For most of Megan's keeper career she has not had formal training. I have learned from online sources and from clinics and camps she has attended but my knowledge is limited. One of the other coaches pitched [...]

401, 2016

Coaching the Parents

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For Coaches For Parents For Referees Coaching the Parents After over 30 years coaching youth soccer I realize how important it is to “Coach the Parents” as well as their players. Many youth coaches refuse to accept the fact that without parental support and understanding they are doomed to failure. There are some basic parental instincts that drive parents to act the way they do. Parents want their child to be happy. Parents want their child to be [...]