Athletes do not always beget athletes. I’ve known some more than one un-athletic sports parent whose kid is a skilled competitor.
Perhaps you never played sports, or if you did, you eventually realized that you were not athletically gifted. Now, your kids are starting to play and you’re keeping your fingers crossed that they will have better success than you did.
If you are questioning your ability to help your child play sports when you had minimal athletic success or did not play at all, I’m here to put your mind at ease.
Earlier this week, I wrote a post on Coachup on what sports parents do not need to know in order to do a good job. Take a minute to read it here. But before you go, take a second to read this:
If you are reading my blog, I know it’s because you want your child to have a good youth sports experience.
Are you ready to be part of the Positive Sports parenting tribe?
I invite you to join with me and with thousands of parents and coaches around the world who want to be a voice for positive change in youth sports! We can make a difference if we each focus on our family, our team, our community.
Here’s how you can become part of the positive sports parenting tribe:
- Get a weekly parenting newsletter with tips for raising kids with character in sports and in life. When you sign up, you’ll receive my free report: Sportsparents’ Guide: 55 time & money-saving tips guaranteed to make your life easier.
- Arm yourself with sports parenting tools from my Sportsparenting Survival Guide series.
- Get parenting inspiration and tips on my Sportsparenting Facebook Page, Pinterest Page, or Google Plus Page.
- Spread the word about the power of positive sports parenting and encourage other parents to join the positive sports parenting tribe.