Get in shape—simple and quick.
Coaches do not view athletes the same way parents view their athlete-children.
Hey, dads—thinking about sending an email or text to your kid’s coach? STOP and read this first.
Fear not, hard gainers, even you can gain some weight if you systematically enhance your diet and training routine.
What’s important to fight for when it comes to your athlete kids.
Losing weight is more complicated than simple calorie math but less complicated than you think.
It’s less about the sport and more about the development of people.
Being a student-athlete is much more than just going to class and playing sports.
Is it time? Is it reps? The answer may not be what you think.
Even when the odds are against our kids, it’s our role as parents to help them achieve their goals.
Before you hit send on that angry email, think about the example you want to set for your young athlete.
If you don’t have time to for an exercise program, do something every day to improve your health.
If we can’t put a lid on our agenda and our ego, we will definitely confuse our athletes with why they’re playing and whom they’re playing for.
Simple steps to starting and sustaining your workout routine.
Hey coaches—and parents—don’t be too hard on your athlete kids.
A tried and true formula for coaching yourself to success.