The Chaotic World of Youth Sports — Vol 10 | iSport360
9/10/2016

The Chaotic World of Youth Sports — Vol 10

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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 an opportunity to laugh at ourselves.  Thanks for reading and please use these buttons to share this newsletter with your social networks.

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WFAN Sports Radio NYC Interviews iSport360 Founder

Rick Wolff iSport360 WFAN

With the Fall sports season upon us, WFAN Sports Radio invited Ian Goldberg to talk about the importance of coaches sharing feedback with sport parents and players throughout the year. WFAN Host Rick Wolff is the author of Sports Parenting Edge and is a nationally recognized expert on Sports Psychology.  You can listen to his informative and interactive show every Sunday morning at 8am on WFAN 660AM and 101.9FM New York City.

Listen here: WFAN, Rick Wolff, Interview with Ian Goldberg, founder of iSport360

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With The Fall Sports Season Kicking Off — Set Team Expectations

Fall Sports

With Fall season kicking off it’s a great time to set expectations for your team.  iSport360 helps that process by providing your team with realistic and objective age-appropriate goals.   Below is an example of a “Setting Goals” document that iSport360 generates.  These goals are clearly defined and widely accepted because they reflect the national governing organizations for each sport.

To avoid the awkward and heated conversations later in the season, click here to have iSport360 set goals for your team.

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On the lighter side…

iSport360 Fall Sports Fun

Facebook news feeds were flooded with millions of Back to School pictures featuring fashionably dressed girls and boys from Kindergarten to High School.  While nearly all of the photos pictured smiling, happy faces, each child photographed was overcome with the impending doom of ten straight months of…

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