Do you coach your own child? Here you can find parent coaching tips and research articles about appropriate sideline behavior, running practice and more.
Coaching Your Own Child
Tips for making the experience of coaching your own child a great one for everyone involved.
Tips For Coaching Your Own Child: A Coach Hat
The challenge of separating your parenting role from your role as a coach.
Kerri Walsh Jennings talks about the importance of being a supportive and empathetic teammate.
Steve Kerr on playing for Phil jackson and other top coaches, plus his relationship with his father.
Coach Steve Mariucci on how to keep players positive, and to not break them down.
Cheering the Right Way
This article discusses how to cheer on your athlete from the sidelines using 'no-directions cheering.'
How Parents Can Resist Analyzing Kids Performance During The Car-Ride Home
Ben Dudley talks about his shift from a coach to a parent on the car-ride home to provide better support.
Using The 'Excuse Box' To Reduce Excuse-Making
The Excuse Box is a great way of reducing excuse-making, and not bringing excuses into games or practice.
Power of Positive: Kicking it with Brian McBride
USMNT Legend Brian McBride shares how his soccer journey and role as a sports parent helped him launch Tipevo.
Parents' Reaction To Failure Translates To Their Children
Parents reaction to failure translates directly to how their kids will handle failure, according to Dweck.
The "Parent Ball": Make Lasting Memories And Teach Life Lessons
The "Parent Ball" can be used to make memories with your kid and at times, reinforce key teachable moments.
The Challenges Of Being A Parent-Coach For Twins And Siblings
Matt Kata on the lessons he has learned being a parent and coach of twins.
"Fun" Is Different For Every Athlete, And Changes With Age
We’ve seen a lot of athletes quit sports because of practices or teams that just aren’t enjoyable.