When Playing Multiple Sports, It Can Be Difficult To Keep Tabs On Injuries
Burks urges players and parents to communicate injuries between sports more effectively
Specializing In One Position At An Early Age Harms Youth Development
David Griffin explains that as kids learn sports, they need to learn to play every position.
Self-compassion and remembering that failure is part of being human helps people persist and be resilient.
Klinzing argues that everyone would be better off (parents too!) if parents avoided coaching from the stands.
Steve Kerr's only coaching experience before coaching the Warriors was when he coached his son's youth team.
Coaches Shouldn't Spread The Myth That Specializing Makes You Better
Any coach that tells a twelve-year-old player that they need to pick one sport is doing them a disservice.
After Injuries, It's Not About When Kids Return To Play, But How
It's natural to want to help your kid back from injury, but parents must also think about quality of treatment
USA Baseball: 5 Benefits Of Playing Multiple Sports
Learn the 5 benefits of playing multiple sports from USA Baseball's Confident Baseball Coach Course.
MLB Pitcher: The Absolute Worst Thing You Can Do Is Specialize Young
"Don't cripple your kids and make them choose. Allow kids to be kids and enjoy all sports." - MLB Pitcher
Brad Stevens: Playing Muliple Sports Leads To Better Athletes
Celtic's Coach Brad Stevens shares his belief that kids should play as many sports as possible.
Four Ways To Balance Athletic Identity
What if you worked on yourself as a person first, not just an athlete? Read here on how you can do just that.
Colt McCoy On Single-Sport Specialization
NFL quarterback Colt McCoy recommends kids play multiple sports and avoid specializing until later in life.
Major League Baseball star Curtis Granderson says finding the balance is key to avoiding burnout.