If you are you a year-round sports family or if you go from season to season with barely a break, then you might be sucking wind as a sports parent. You know, like the kid who’s out of shape and is breathing very heavily as he barely makes it around the track running laps in practice?
You might feel like that kid. Like you are tired and barely making it around the track as a sports parent.
When you go through slumps like that, youth sports can become a huge chore and if you do not take time to get re-charged and get your second wind, several things could happen:
- Youth Sports will become a chore, instead of fun.
- When Youth Sports becomes a chore, you will most likely become grumpy and resentful of the time it takes.
- When you become grumpy and resentful, you will probably miss out on the joys, victories, and milestones in your child’s life.
If the demands of youth sports are driving you to exhaustion, perhaps these four ways to get recharged will help you get your second wind. I shared them on Coachup earlier this week.
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