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, which helps coaches, kids and parents set goals, share player feedback and track player progress throughout the season. Our goal is simple: to help kids have more success, more confidence, and more fun.
Saying “I love to watch you play” is sometimes the only encouragement our young athletes need. And I love that message in this compelling video where kids tell us, in their own words, how they feel when their parents yell and cheer from the sidelines of their games. Thanks to veteran sports broadcasters Asia Mape and Alex Flanagan for this amazing short video. Click here to read the full article and watch the video.
Mid season is a great time to share player evaluations with your team and give your young athletes a chance to show improvement by the end of their season. Demo our player evaluation tool for FREE here and use it for the rest of your season for FREE as well. No player evaluation platform is simpler, or more fair and objective. So help your players have more success this season with iSport360.
After Norway, a country of just 5.3M people, won more gold medals in a single Winter Olympics than any country in the history of the games, their innovative approach to youth sports came to light. And now, thanks to The New York Times and Tom Farrey of the Aspen Institute, we can learn some meaningful lessons from Norway. Click here to read the full article.
It was amazing to meet Beth Jessop and her organization Sports Moms United. At iSport360 we spend a lot of time researching sports parents, understanding their pain points and developing tools for them. But we still can’t find a worldly explanation for how the modern sports mom can get to her kids’ 5 games in one weekend, work 2 jobs to pay for it, complete 8 loads of laundry before the weekend begins and know the exact location of each piece of her kids’ sports gear. So we asked Beth to shed some light for us. Click here to read the full article here.
Warren Tabachnick is the Editor of CrossIceHockey.com and has suffered from Asthma since age 4. Here are some suggestions for keeping your asthmatic child safe this sports season. Click here to read the full article.