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If your child plays sports, sooner or later you’ll deal with a declaration of “I’m quitting!” But before you say no—fearing your child will be branded a quitter for life—hear him out, and try to understand his motives. Better yet, develop an anti-quitting plan even before your child signs up for a new sport. Let kids play with their friends, not with a recruited roster of junior all-stars Take whatever time is necessary to explain and work with kids on new skills Don’t push kids to the point of. Experts say the key to determining if quitting is a good or bad idea is communication. The problem is that kids, especially teenagers, aren’t always forthcoming about their feelings.
In. Boy was he right. I think I knew it at the time, but I laced my fingers behind my head and said, “It’s all good.” I stuffed the memory of baseball in the bottom of my closet and covered it with a pile of dirty socks and wool blankets.
There it sat. I hid other regrets there as well, but quitting baseball was the biggest lump in the closet. According to a poll from the National Alliance for Youth Sports, around 70 percent of kids in the United States stop playing organized sports by the age of 13 because “it’s just not fun anymore.” I.
A total of 75% of all kids quit youth sports by the age of 12. With all the travel to and from practices and games, and the hundreds of weekends spent on a playing field, court, or ice rink, I bet you wish you were one of those 75% of parents with a kid that wants to quit. In Burn Out, Motivation/Goals, Problems in Youth Sports Ever notice how quitting is vilified as the worst thing you can possibly do, as the mark of failure and shame, a sign of weakness, and as the last possible option in nearly ANY situation, but especially in sports?
Strean thinks children often quit because sports have become too organized and competitive. “As soon as you put uniforms on kids, it is no longer about fun and having a. Kids typically “burn out” in a certain sport for one or two reasons: 1) Kids specialize in the sport year round and/or 2) Parents and coaches have impossibly high expectations for the kids that they feel like they can never live up to. 7) They “don’t like the coach”. Most kids quit organized sports by age 13 and it might not be the worst thing As I write this, I have the weather channel on in the background.
I am monitoring the rain, torn between hoping it arrives before 11 am and wanting it to hold off long enough for my five-year-old to have his last little league game of the year.
List of related literature:
|from Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation E-Book|
|from Coaching Children in Sport|
|from Sports Ethics for Sports Management Professionals|
|from Parenting by the Book: Biblical Wisdom for Raising Your Child|
|from The Biophysical Foundations of Human Movement|
|from Developing Youth Football Players|
|from The Coaching Process: A Practical Guide to Becoming an Effective Sports Coach|
|from Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine|
|from The Big Book of Parenting Solutions: 101 Answers to Your Everyday Challenges and Wildest Worries|
|from The Wonder of Girls: Understanding the Hidden Nature of Our Daughters|