specialization

More sports experts come out against single-sport specialization

More sports experts come out against single-sport specialization
March 30, 2017 4 Comments »

Evidence continues to support the multisport approach to athletics Read More »

Campaign uses humour to put an end to early specialization

Campaign uses humour to put an end to early specialization
October 24, 2016 No Comments »

Support for parents … and their kids Read More »

What to do when a case of Parent Peer Pressure strikes

What to do when a case of Parent Peer Pressure strikes
September 14, 2016 No Comments »

Learn how to separate the signal from the noise Read More »

Why I’ll be taking my son to the Alberta Cup this year

Why I’ll be taking my son to the Alberta Cup this year
April 12, 2016 No Comments »

Entertaining, inspirational, and a glimpse at the next level Read More »

Top 5 posts of 2015: What you were reading about last year

Top 5 posts of 2015: What you were reading about last year
December 28, 2015 No Comments »

Creativity, respect, and fun topped the list Read More »

Why Tom Brady wants his kids to be “late bloomers”

Why Tom Brady wants his kids to be “late bloomers”
November 5, 2015 No Comments »

A variety of exposure equals more opportunities in life Read More »

How is my 8-year-old son too old to learn how to play baseball?

How is my 8-year-old son too old to learn how to play baseball?
August 10, 2015 3 Comments »

The child, and adult, perils of early specialization Read More »

World Cup winning U.S. soccer women are multi-sport athletes

World Cup winning U.S. soccer women are multi-sport athletes
July 14, 2015 No Comments »

Soccer star Abby Wambach played elite basketball in high school Read More »

Video shows what happens when “play” becomes “practice”

Video shows what happens when “play” becomes “practice”
June 8, 2015 5 Comments »

Kids pay a high cost for early specialization Read More »

Specialization: What does it really mean?

Specialization: What does it really mean?
May 25, 2015 3 Comments »

Repetition of one activity to the exclusion of all others is rarely wise Read More »