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A Challenge to my Fellow Sports Parents 👊🙏
Thanks for joining 100,000 progressive sport parents and coaches who are changing the culture in youth sports with iSport360. Here, we share informative articles and ones that help us all laugh at ourselves, but we also offer tools and best practices to build healthy team communication. So please give the iSport360 app a try with your team or club to set goals, share player feedback, instructional videos, sticker rewards, and player evaluations. The complete list of sports available on iSport360: Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Futsal, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball.
Truth is folks: being a sports parents takes a lot of energy, patience, commitment….and yes, even self-control… I know first hand. But the next time your child gets knocked down, beat by an opponent, taken out of the game, put in a position you don’t like, I DARE YOU TO CHILL… literally! Here’s a bit of humor and some techniques to help cope.
I am not a sports mom. But I am married to one. And I have literally dedicated my career (and a healthy portion of my personal life) to understanding them, learning from them and supporting them. So it was a huge honor when Beth Jessop invited a sports dad like me into her vibrant community of Sports Moms United to share how my company is getting coaches, parents and kids on the same page. Listen to our 15 minute podcast and learn more about Sports Moms United here.
Over 100,000 coaches, players and parents depend on iSport360 to set goals, share player feedback, sticker rewards, practice assignments, instructional videos and teammate chat. As your youth sports club kicks off its season, get started on the right foot with iSport360. Learn more here. Or, select your sport below to get your free trial.
Emma Wax is a senior at Montville Township High School and a student contributor to the iSport360 newsletter. She’s a 1,000-point scorer, just led her team to their first-ever county championship and will be continuing her education and athletic career at Marist Collegeclass of 2024. Read her recommendations here for how to get recognized and recruited.