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The Chaotic World of Youth Sports 😃 Vol 72
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.
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. Softball Olympian Jessica Mendoza gives parents clear advice: “Just let the kids play”. Click here to read the full article.
New York City, NY Wednesday, February 20, 2019)–iSport360, Inc. (www.isport360.com), the early stage youth sports software company has announced that veteran sports executive, Jene Elzie, has been named a member of its Board of Advisors.
The iSport360 platform enables coaches and parents to set goals, share player feedback and track player progress throughout the season and at tryout time. The company also publishes an informative and frequently funny newsletter “The Chaotic World of Youth Sports,” which is read by 60,000+ progressive sports parents and coaches. Click here to read the full article.
The question of should vs. could we create a professional environment for kids in sports raises some very interesting debates within the industry of youth sports. Co-Founder and CEO of iSport360, Ian Goldberg, dives into that very question while discussing the psychology of parents, the use of technology in youth sports, and the importance of incorporating fun, free play for the children of today. Click here to watch the full interview.
With their annual awards dinner, our friends at NJ Youth Soccer brought together over 900 young soccer players, coaches, trainers, and award winners to pay tribute to the beautiful game of soccer. Many nations, languages and cultures were represented proving that soccer is universal. Nj Youth Soccer represents more than 100,000 soccer players, 20,000 coaches and thousands of volunteers. Click here to read the full article.
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