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Youth Sports 360 – Vol. 2

May 17, 2016

Click here to see how iSport360 is helping coaches and parents share objective feedback on their players.  As a dad and coach, I know how complicated youth sports can be at times.  So I’d like to share some helpful articles that shed light on the challenges we face….and some humorous ones that might even give us … Read more

The Terror of Tryout Season

May 16, 2016

Click here to see how iSport360 is helping coaches and parents share objective feedback on their players.  Who hates tryout season more than sport parents?  Well actually, the coaches.  And who stresses about tryout season more than the coaches?  Unfortunately, our kids.  So why has tryout season become the most terrible time of year? Well it … Read more

MARTIAL ARTS ASSESSMENTS: 5,000 YEARS OF TRADITION

April 25, 2016

Click here to see how iSport360 is helping coaches and parents share objective feedback on their players.  Mark Caravaglio is an 8th Degree “Hachidan” Black Belt in Japanese Jiu-Jitsu and the Founder of Sho Go Jitsu Ryu Self Defense. He has spent 36 years studying the martial arts, sharing his knowledge and putting his strength into … Read more

Making the Parent-Coach Conversations a Little Less "Awkward"

April 21, 2016

Click here to see how iSport360 is helping coaches and parents share objective feedback on their players.     Keith Glauber is a former Major League pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds and owner of Young People’s Day Camp. He has spent his life around youth sports and is committed to using sports to improve kids’ lives. … Read more

Making the Parent-Coach Conversations a Little Less "Awkward"

April 21, 2016

Click here to see how iSport360 is helping coaches and parents share objective feedback on their players.     Keith Glauber is a former Major League pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds and owner of Young People’s Day Camp. He has spent his life around youth sports and is committed to using sports to improve kids’ lives. … Read more

What makes a Winner?

April 14, 2016

Click here to see how iSport360 is helping coaches and parents share objective feedback on their players.  As a sports dad and coach for two young daughters, it’s hard to avoid the heated debate over Participation Trophies (a debated I’m glad to stay out of). But the debate got me thinking….what does it mean to be … Read more

Youth Sports Round Up

April 7, 2016

Click here to see how iSport360 is helping coaches and parents share objective feedback on their players.  As a parent and coach that lives and breathes youth sports I read dozens of articles and blog posts everyday.  I have included my favorites from over the past week or so.  If you’re a coach once you’re done … Read more

Applying K-12 Ed Best Practices to Youth Sports?

April 7, 2016

I’m a sports dad and coach with a wife who is on the cutting edge of K-12 Education.  And I frequently wonder, why we are not applying the best practices of K-12 Education to Youth Sports.  Especially in a generation when youth sports has become such a commercialized institution, it lacks humanity, communication and collaboration. … Read more

Knowing What’s Cheerworthy?

April 7, 2016

OK, I’ll admit it, I have some of the loudest, most spirited parents on the soccer team that I coach…..and I mean that in a good way. They find something to cheer about for 60 straight minutes at every one of our u11 girls soccer games and that’s one of my favorite things about our … Read more

Fun vs. Winning:  A Sport Parent's Dilemma

March 28, 2016

Click here to try iSport360’s first-ever mobile platform for coaches and parents to share objective player feedback. I have to address the elephant in the room.  I’m not a psychologist….just a sports dad and coach for two young daughters.  But I think we are lying to ourselves when we tell our kids that we just … Read more

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