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April 28, 2016

In Part 4, we provided an explanation of the forces involved in jumping and landing and collisions.

Be Better At Evaluating Players

Michael Yessis, PhD, a world renowned sports science expert, states,

"Coaches deal with players on a regular basis and should know them bett...

April 28, 2016

In Part 2 we discussed the brain, motor development, and bone age.

In Part 3 we discuss nutrition....

“The foods and drinks that players choose to consume can affect how they perform in sport and help them to stay fit and healthy. All players should choose foods wisely t...

July 6, 2015

Even more on why multi-sports is the way to go....


"A quick survey of members of the squad found that collectively they played at least 14 different sports competitively while growing up, as well as soccer. And significantly, all believe the other disciplines enhanced...

June 22, 2015

In Part 1, we discussed the Growth, Maturation, Developmental Age, and Long Term Athletic Development.

In Part 2, we will discuss the brain, motor development, and bone age..

The brain and movement. In Neuroscientist Daniel Wolpert's TED Talk, he "starts from a surprisin...

March 20, 2015

In the paper entitled When is my child ready for sports? the authors state, “Learning basic skills such as throwing, running and jumping is a normal process that most children go through. They learn each skill in little steps. Some children learn faster than others. By...

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