Being A Successful Youth Sports Parent

      • Make sure your children know that–win or lose–you love them and are not disappointed with their performance.
      • Be realistic about your child’s physical ability.
      • Help your child set realistic goals.
      • Emphasize improved performance, not winning.
      • Positively reinforce improved skills.
      • Don’t relive your own athletic past through your child.
      • Provide a safe environment for training and competition. This includes proper training methods and use of equipment.
      • Control your own emotions at games and events. Don’t yell at other players, coaches, or officials.
      • Be a cheerleader for your child and the other children on the team.
      • Respect your child’s coaches. Communicate openly with them. If you disagree with their approach, discuss it with them.
      • Be a positive role model. Enjoy sports yourself. Set your own goals. Live a healthy lifestyle.


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