What lesson does this teach our children and future hockey players?
"Professionalism" on the pitch is important to DP Maxi Moralez, and it shows in his performance. Sportsmanship and rapport with teammates, opponents, coaches, officials, and fans is important to a long, successful, and happy career in any profession.
I'm going to work on not using the "language of fear".
Youth sports is a public health crisis, and coaches are part of the problem, but with training they can be the solution.
"According to SFIA and Aspen data, seven in 10 youth sports coaches are not trained in six core competencies required to be a qualified coach. Those competencies are general safety and injury prevention, effective motivational techniques, CPR and basic first aid, physical conditioning, concussion management, and sport-specific skills and tactics. At the summit, Aspen described the issue as a public health concern."
Have a fun season!
Dublin Soccer League can't wait to kick off the Fall 2017 soccer season!⚽
✅Please arrive early as parking can be challenging at times. Click here for a map of A...very Park field layout: http://www.dublinsoccer.net/fields/
✅Parents keep it positive on the sidelines to keep the environment positive for the players. Enjoy the game!
Listen to all of the positive remarks and coaching the bench from Greg Berhalter. He is setting a great example for coaches at all levels and age groups.
Great sportsmanship, and a wonderful human. This is what we should be teaching our athletes.
After losing the state title in wrestling, he didn't shake hands or head back to his sideline. Instead, he marched right over to the winner's dying father and shocked everyone!
99% of kids can be coached, but only 1% of parents are coachable. Choose wisely.
This is what matters most. We should celebrate these players more often. What Fair Play have you seen on the field?
Steve is sharing his passion for responsible youth sports. He is a great advocate for our kids.