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Gary Avischious Jun 18
A must watch and share! Great stuff at
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Gary Avischious Jun 17
Enough is enough! Great article!
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Gary Avischious Jun 14
"Parents want to help their athletes be successful, but it may be backfiring."
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Gary Avischious Jun 14
Many parents learn to pilot their helicopters in youth sports and it has a lifetime of consequences. As a coach,...
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Gary Avischious Jun 3
Your words ARE powerfully important!
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Gary Avischious May 30
Studies show that performance is better if kids DON'T specialize early. Fact meets "yeah, but..." head on......
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Gary Avischious May 24
This is really powerful! The dad finally did something right, admitted HIS ego and mistakes. :: MUST READ ::
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Gary Avischious May 11
Good stuff!
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Gary Avischious May 9
Must read. Must do something!
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Gary Avischious Apr 26
Good stuff. Effort. Effort. Effort. It's a slippery slope when we start putting hours and formulas to the...
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Gary Avischious Apr 6
Awesome! And true. 24 hour rule. Don't say anything about their game for 24 hours. More for you than them. That...
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Gary Avischious Apr 3
Play IS learning! Play is a prerequisite for performance, not the opposite of it.
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Gary Avischious Apr 3
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Gary Avischious Mar 27
AWESOME!
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Gary Avischious Mar 21
Well...maybe they can jump...
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Gary Avischious Mar 19
New research, old research... We just need to let kids play! It's not a waste of time, it's a building block of...
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Gary Avischious Mar 16
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Gary Avischious Mar 16
“I pushed too far, did too much, helped break up my family and actually put my son’s life in jeopardy, all...
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Gary Avischious Mar 3
Very cool for tennis!
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Gary Avischious Mar 1
Love the obstacle course and relation to game like situations.
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