Spring break is over, and while us moms are rejoicing, our kids are groaning and grumbling. An entire week filled with vegging out, playing outside, and doing a lot of nothing plays a big role on them once they get back to school. Help your student reclaim their focus after spring break by following these simple tips.
If your students are gathering the courage to try out for a spring sports team, it’s important that before the season starts, they train for the increasing activity their bodies will undergo. From lifting weights and doing cardio to practicing their sport, spending time investing in their body and their sport shows dedication and will get them ready to wow the coaches.
The New Year is almost upon us and it’s a wonderful time of year to celebrate the year that has past and the year that is ahead. But with celebration, comes potential dangers. We all know that most New Year’s Eve parties involve alcohol and that is the biggest danger out there.
With fall sports in full swing and winter sports about to start up, it’s important to train and prepare your body for more rigorous workouts. To help you prepare, we’ve found some exercises to keep up your stamina and get your body back in shape for the season.
As the weather gets cooler, the winter sports heat up. Basketball may be the most popular of winter sports especially for both boys and girls. So to get you ready for the basketball season, here’s a look at what all athletes need to play this winter sport.
Here’s your basketball checklist:
Halloween is always a fun time of year but it’s also a time we need to remind ourselves and our kiddos about some potential dangers. While dressing up and collecting candy sounds fun (and it is) we need to talk about some Halloween Safety Tips. Here are a few to keep in mind.
With the start of football season comes the dreaded two-a-days workouts. This is when a team plans a workout in the morning and one in the afternoon. These workouts can be grueling, especially in the summer heat. So it’s important you stay hydrated and fuel up for the entire day.
Here are some ways to do that.
School and rec sports are starting up soon. Summer vacation has flown by and now our kids are getting ready to try out for their favorite fall sport and give it their all. Football, cheerleading, and soccer among other fall rec sports are all incredibly intense sports that take place outdoors, leaving your kids dehydrated after a full day of tryouts.
We’ve put together a great list of tips for keeping your athlete hydrated and healthy.