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Raising Young Athletes

Parenting Your Children to Victory in Sports and Life

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Sports are an amazing environment in which to raise children. The benefits they gain from athletic participation are many, including physical, personal, and social. Yet, there is also a dark side to today's youth sports culture, as an emphasis on winning has made what was once fun become a burden for many young athletes. As a result, parents can't always be certain their children's athletic involvement will be safe and enjoyable. In Raising Young Athletes: Parenting Your Children to Victory in Sports and Life, Dr. Jim Taylor-an internationally-recognized authority on sport psychology, child development, and parenting-offers a guiding hand to help parents ensure their children's sports participation encourages positive attitudes and promotes healthy developments as they move toward adulthood. The role of parents in shaping their children's sports experience has never been more important, and Dr. Taylor shows parents how to send the right messages to their young athletes with clear and practical advice. Whether playing sports just for fun or with aspirations to play professionally, Raising Young Athletes helps parents steer their children toward a healthy, positive experience. As such, their participation will become an impactful part of their lives that will prepare them to be victorious both in sports and in life.

Product code: 9781538108116

ISBN 9781538108116
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H236xW159xS19
No. Of Pages 182
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
In this book, Dr. Jim Taylor-an internationally recognized authority on sport psychology, child development, and parenting-offers a guiding hand to help parents ensure their children's sports participation fosters nurturing experiences, encourages positive attitudes, and promotes healthy developments as they move toward adulthood.