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Sports Parents

Being a sports parent can be a real challenge and you’re learning as you go. This section provides great tips and thought provoking content that will help you support your child, engage with coaches and organisations and give you practical advice of what to look out for in your child’s sporting environment.

Development & Performance

How Happiness Enhances Performance

This article is shared by Player Development Project Can happiness impact performance? Former Professional golfer and President of New Edge Performance, John...
Sports Parents

Let Them Play

This article is shared by Player Development Project Play is a fundamental human right for children. It is even recognised in article...
Coaching Fundamentals

That’s Not How I Learn

This article is shared by Player Development Project How do you differentiate between each individual’s learning experience within your group? No single...
Development & Performance

Creating an Environment for Youth to Flourish

In this article, NZ Secondary Schools Netball Coach, Charissa Barham shares some valuable ideas on creating positive sporting environments and understanding our...
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Coaching Fundamentals

Thanks Coach

What motivates people to be a coach? The video below outlines a few of the valuable reasons we need to ensure we...
Case Studies

Case Study: Pathway to Podium

In this Balance is Better Case Study, we examined the Sport NZ Pathway to Podium program and how it impacted talented Kiwi...
Sports Parents

Making Sense of Youth Sport

As you delve deeper into understanding the issues and challenges in youth sport today, it becomes clear – it’s complex. So how...
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Coaching Fundamentals

How do I support an unhappy player?

This video is shared by Player Development Project The question this week comes from Michael via email; “I’m new to the club...
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