If you’re a youth football mom, I know you are probably thinking: Is it that time again already?
It will be here faster than you think.
Pop Warner practice begins at the end of July or beginning of August.
High School football starts at the end of August or beginning of September, depending on where you live. And that means official practice starts in early or mid-August, although many teams condition and work together much of the summer.
Your young football player will soon be–if he’s not already–preparing for what he hopes is a successful season. What are you doing to get ready?
If you are a pee-week football player mom, a middle schooler mom, or a high school football mom, I want to help you get ready for the season.
In July, I will be releasing my second Sportsparenting Survival Guide: Football Mom’s Survival Guide. Based on my first ebook, Softball Ball Mom’s Survival Guide, this book is specifically adapted for football moms.
You will learn about:
- Cutting costs, saving time, staying organized
- The basics of the football game
- How to deal with Dad
- How to work with your son’s coach
- How you can best help your son’s team
- How you can motivate your son to try harder
- How you can keep from going scoreless as a football mom
- How to help your son learn mental toughness
- How to help your son deal with drama in football
I just wanted to give you a heads up about my book coming out in July. I will let you know when it is launched!
If you’re a football mom, you won’t want to miss it!
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