Would You Like to Kids Love Sports for a Long Time?
When Jake was six, he started playing T-ball. He gave it his best, always came home from the game with a smile on his face and couldn’t wait to get out the door to the next game or practice.
Jake’s mom and dad enjoyed watching him play sports, and dreamed of many more years of watching him develop and excel as he played.
Many parents start out feeling like Jake’s parents. They have this picture in their minds when they think about their kids playing sports. They imagine themselves sitting at games, enjoying the excitement and fun as they watch their kids compete.
But as kids grow older, problems start to creep in: kids complain about playing time or what position they play. They become poor losers and cocky winners. They lose their enthusiasm for the game and constantly moan about how hard it is.
How does this happen? Why are kids losing their enthusiasm for playing sports?
The honest truth is: many parents are to blame.
As a youth sports leader, you know that disruptive parents can ruin an entire season. They can discourage kids, coaches, and other parents.
The sad fact is that 70% of kids quit youth sports by the time they are 13 and parents are partly (if not mostly) to blame because of things they are doing, many of which they are not even aware of.
As a sports mom for 21 years, a coach’s wife for 28, and now a coach’s mom, I know what the problems are in youth sports. I know why kids get discouraged and quit. I know why parents get angry with you. I know why you get frustrated with parents.
The best way to solve your parent problem is to help parents understand how they can help their kids have a positive youth sports experience.
Would you like to help parents:
Learn how to get along with a difficult coach?
Overcome team bullying and even make friends with difficult teammates?
Continue to have fun playing sports, even though the work gets harder?
Stay away from burnout and enjoy playing sports for many years?
If you’d like to solve your parent problem, then, I have the answer for you!
Here’s the solution for youth sports leaders who do not want to deal with maniac sports parents. I’ve put together a course for you as youth sports leaders to use in educating parents about being a positive voice in youth sports.
The course is called Parenting Your Child Through a Positive Youth Sports Experience.
Here’s what you get with Parenting Your Child Through a Positive Youth Sports Experience:
- Nine 5-7 minute teaching modules.
- A fill-in-the-blank read-along for participants
- a PDF report that can be copied for parents as many times as you’d like
- A license to show the videos as many times to as many parents as you’d like.
In these videos parents will learn:
- How to have a good relationship with their child’s coach.
- How parent and child can avoid team drama.
- How their child can deal with playing time battles, and not get burnout out from sports.
- How their child can beat bullying and get along with difficult teammates.
- Specific steps parents can take to be sure they and their children are enjoying youth sports.
Here’s what happens when the parents on your team don’t turn into maniacs and choose instead to give their children a positive youth sports experience: their kids have fun while learning valuable life-lessons and your job is a lot easier because parents may actually sit back and enjoy every minute of watching them play!
Now you can help parents avoid being maniacs and at the same time allow their kids your to have a blast playing sports when you get Parenting Your Child Through a Positive Youth Sports Experience (organizational license) for only $197.
All This is Yours for $197:
Parenting Your Child Through a Positive Youth Sports Experience–9 modules
Fill-in-the blank notes (to copy as needed)
PDF Report (to copy as needed)
Organizational Use Licence to show to large groups
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