Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is relatively new to the world, but has taken center stage in American life in a way that is unprecedented for many sports parents.
The Olympic motto is what many young athletes strive for. What if you could help your child achieve these goals with an exercise as simple as jumping off a box?
Vaping—nearly 80% of adolescents are doing it, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—that’s 8 out of 10 teenagers, which means that student athletes are not immune.
It’s one of the key issues in youth sports today: an epidemic of overuse and repetitive motion injuries. It affects both lower and upper extremities, across the board, in all sports at all ages.
Skin infections can be a major issue for high school athletes—wrestlers and football players in particular—that can cause them to miss practices or competitions
Checking” isn’t permitted in youth hockey, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t contact. Hockey, after all, is a collision sport.