I was recently introduced to the game of lacrosse. I’ve always heard of the sport as very physically demanding, but I’d never seen it played in person, until recently. I was a little nervous at the tenacity of the athletes, but I was so impressed with their drive and sportsmanship. This game intrigued me, so I decided to learn a little more about the game and thought I’d share my findings with fellow sports moms!
Here are some of the basic lacrosse training tips for beginners.
Soccer is perfect for getting your kids involved in sports. Not only is this an inexpensive sport, but they’ll learn so much about balance, agility and other basics that can be carried over to any sport. To get your child started in soccer, find a league in your community. Look on your city page to see if they have a youth league. You can also keep an eye out near schools and community centers for signs and posters from private leagues who accept new players.
If you’ve already found a league, it’s time to start gathering the gear your kids will need to play. Here’s our list of must haves for soccer season:
So your son or daughter has found a new love for the game of basketball. They’ve devoted their extra time to studying the game, learning the game, and mastering the game. And finally, it’s game day. Unfortunately, while your child was learning the art of this sport, you weren’t quite as studious. And now, you’re left with a lot of questions.
At Sports Moms, we want you to have an understanding of basketball so you can really enjoy watching your student play. So here are some basic tips to help you maneuver your way through game day: