Athleticism Over Specialized Skills
Stanford wrestling coach Jason Borrelli thinks young athletes who play multiple sports are more coachable.
How Kids Get Involved With Wrestling
Stanford wrestling coach Jason Borrelli tells us when his athletes started wrestling.
Issues With The Youth Sports "Pipeline"
Professor Jay Coakley advises parents to keep their kids away from overly specialized youth sports programs.
Why Early Specialization Is NOT Good For Kids
Watch this video to understand why specialization can be more harmful than helpful for your child's sport expe
Ray Anderson: Why It Was Worth It To Play Two Sports In College
College Athletic Director And Former NFL Executive who played baseball and football at Stanford explains why.
Focus On Your Sport, Not Your Position
Mark West explains that focus on the overall sport is a less limiting approach that leads to long-term success
An Argument Against Specializing In One Position
Jeff Rodin of the Arizona Diamondbacks describes how early position specialization inhibits long-term growth.
Sports Parents: Let Kids Be Kids
Award winning Multi-sport Coach Marion Jones advises parents on how kids gain from sports.
The Common Myth: Sport Specialization Will Make My Kid The Best
How competing in multiple sports at a young age may help elite performance later on.
The Value Of Playing Multiple Sports
Leslie Osborne explains how playing multiple sports aided her success and helped prevent injury.