Parents who love running often wonder whether their kids can join them. It depends on the age of the kids—and the parents’ expectations.
Many parents have asked me if I think competition is healthy for kids. Is it healthy? Is it “toxic”? Does it diminish self-confidence?
Casual sport and neighbourhood play are important. But as our urban centres grow, competition for our public spaces increases as well.
From a sporting standpoint, the thing I enjoy most about coaching girls is the fact that they listen. They listen because they want to get it right. Getting it right is important because they want to be socially accepted, and in their early years of participation, social acceptance is their number one reason for getting … Continued
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