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How much is too much when it comes to youth sport?

How much is too much when it comes to youth sport?

How to coach with a Balance is Better philosophy

How to coach with a Balance is Better philosophy

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Balance is Better Principles Poster

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Creating a positive parent culture

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Unpacking the Balance is Better principles

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Running good trials and selections

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Balanced Female Health

10 Golden Rules For Youth Sport Parents

In this video by BeSportive we hear from various past and present New Zealand athletes, coaches and sport personalities about how parents can make sport great for young Kiwis.

10 Golden Rules for Youth Sport Parents

  1. Fun with friends come first

2. Be patient with their progress

3. It’s their time let them shine

4. Applaud effort over outcome

5. More sports the better

6. Sport for life skills

7. The mind matters the most

8. Be a good sport too

9. Beware of burnout

10. Love watching them play

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