After a year of inactivity, it’s time to get kids moving again

As a result of COVID-19, most kids lost an entire year of social interaction and organized activities. Remote learning deprived kids of the chance to be around friends and peers at school. Cancelled sports left kids without a structured way to practice their sport—and get active with fellow players.

6 Ways to Choose the Best Sports Camp for Your Child

Sponsored PostMany children dream of an athletic career, even of one day making collegiate leagues and/or going pro. Whether your child imagines hitting a grand slam or scoring a touchdown on the last play of the game—or just loves playing a sport or three), there’s no better way to help them develop

Avoiding Burnout as the Parent of an Athlete

Read these essential tips for parents

How Playing Sports Benefits Your Child

Sports are more than just physical.

What do Colleges Look for in a Prospective Athlete?

Give your athlete an advantage with these tips.

How Do Skills Learned in Sports Translate to the Workplace?

Sponsored Post. Written by IMG Academy. Playing sports as a child has both immediate and lifelong benefits, but did you know that the skills and habits that your child develops as a young athlete can carry over into their future career? Many successful employees played sports as kids, and the characteristics

Helping Young Athletes Plan for Life After Competitive Sports

Sponsored Post. Written by IMG Academy. While the numbers are much higher for student-athletes who attend IMG Academy’s elite boarding school, only about 7% of United States high school students who play sports go on to play a varsity sport in college, and less than 2% go on to play at NCAA Division

Teaching Your Child to be Coachable

Kids that can be coached are kids that learn.

How Playing Sports Prepares Kids for the "Real World"

Learn why youth sports, kids camps, and boarding schools for athletes are great for healthy, well-adjusted kids.

9 Surprising Signs Your Child Could Be at Risk for a Sleep Disorder

As adults, we certainly know how different we feel the morning after a restful night of sleep: basically like superheroes. Our children need the right amount of sleep for their bodies too, but the signs that they’re not getting the quality sleep they need can be very different than adults....

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After a year of inactivity, it’s time to get kids moving again

As a result of COVID-19, most kids lost an entire year of social interaction and organized activities. Remote learning deprived kids of the chance to be around friends and peers at school. Cancelled sports left kids without a structured way to practice their sport—and get active with fellow players.
 

6 Ways to Choose the Best Sports Camp for Your Child

Sponsored PostMany children dream of an athletic career, even of one day making collegiate leagues and/or going pro. Whether your child imagines hitting a grand slam or scoring a touchdown on the last play of the game—or just loves playing a sport or three), there’s no better way to help them develop
 

Avoiding Burnout as the Parent of an Athlete

Read these essential tips for parents
 

How Playing Sports Benefits Your Child

Sports are more than just physical.
 

What do Colleges Look for in a Prospective Athlete?

Give your athlete an advantage with these tips.
 

How Do Skills Learned in Sports Translate to the Workplace?

Sponsored Post. Written by IMG Academy. Playing sports as a child has both immediate and lifelong benefits, but did you know that the skills and habits that your child develops as a young athlete can carry over into their future career? Many successful employees played sports as kids, and the characteristics
 

Helping Young Athletes Plan for Life After Competitive Sports

Sponsored Post. Written by IMG Academy. While the numbers are much higher for student-athletes who attend IMG Academy’s elite boarding school, only about 7% of United States high school students who play sports go on to play a varsity sport in college, and less than 2% go on to play at NCAA Division
 

Teaching Your Child to be Coachable

Kids that can be coached are kids that learn.
 

How Playing Sports Prepares Kids for the "Real World"

Learn why youth sports, kids camps, and boarding schools for athletes are great for healthy, well-adjusted kids.
 

9 Surprising Signs Your Child Could Be at Risk for a Sleep Disorder

As adults, we certainly know how different we feel the morning after a restful night of sleep: basically like superheroes. Our children need the right amount of sleep for their bodies too, but the signs that they’re not getting the quality sleep they need can be very different than adults....

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