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Some Tips For Youth Sports Parents, Time Magazine

We’ve known for a long time that the youth sports environment is toxic. You hear the news stories – in Colorado this summer, for example, a brawl broke out amongst parents following a baseball game for 10-year-olds.

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A Coach, a Player, and Bullying

A Coach, a Player, and Bullying

Coaches and parents need to confront negative social dynamics each and every time they surface in order to create a safe haven for each member of the team.

How Bullying In Youth Sports Dehumanizes Us

How Bullying In Youth Sports Dehumanizes Us

They play to have fun, make friends, develop skills, and discover their own creativity, but too often we see children enact and mimic adult-sanctioned or tolerated behavior on the field of play.

The Shocking Injury Statistics in Youth Sports

The Shocking Injury Statistics in Youth Sports

It’s up to us as parents to ensure that our young athletes follow properly balanced preseason and in-season training and conditioning programs in order to proactively prevent injuries.

Investigative Stories

Winslow-Homer, Snap the Whip, 1872, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Let Them Be | Parabola Magazine | Winter 2013-2014

America’s children are being robbed of their childhood. It’s as simple as that. Play used to be the way we discovered ourselves and explored the world around us. Perhaps it was at a sandlot, where–glove in hand–we argued with friends, […]

Athlete Profiles

Antonio Margarito

Antonio Margarito | SI.com | July 2008

Antonio Margarito was finishing his third set of abdominal crunches on a breezy evening in late April when he was told of the confrontation unfolding on the street outside the Gimnasio Azteca. The newly crowned IBF welterweight champion bounded up […]