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ESPN’s Jessica Mendoza in this Week’s iSport360 Newsletter


As a sports parent 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 funny ones that might even give us an opportunity to laugh at ourselves. Please enjoy… and please click here to try our iSport360 app… 80,000 coaches, players and parents set goals, share player feedback, foster healthy team communication and engage parents in a positive way with our platform. Our goal is simple: to help kids have more success, more confidence, and more fun. The complete list of sports available on iSport360: BaseballBasketballCheerleadingFutsalIce HockeyLacrosseSoccerSoftballVolleyball.

— Ian and the iSport360 Team —

Just Let Them Play


A big theme in our newsletter lately has been about youth athlete “Self Awareness”… getting our kids to take ownership of their role, their performance and their development as players and as people. ESPN sports broadcaster and former Olympic softball player Jessica Mendoza shares her advice with us: “Just let the kids play”. Click here to read more & watch the video!

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What Can You Do To Help Your Child’s Coach?


The start of the season is a great time to get parents and coaches on the same page. So thanks to our good friend Gordon MacLelland from Working With Parents in Sport for this infographic. When I call my first team meeting this week, I will oversimplify by asking my team parents to show their child love, be positive, validate their player’s emotions and show them praise…all pretty easy for parents to do, right? Then I ask them to leave the rest up to me: providing tactical instructions during practices and games, teaching the rules and setting goals. Click here to see the full infographic and read the article.

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August 21, 2019

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