Kids in Sports, Part 2: Anatomy of Sports

Youth SportsDoctors Brian and Giuseppe talk about the impact of sports on their own kids, along with what the research says.

Are competitive sports OK for young kids?

How does playing sports affect the development of self-confidence and other skills?

How can coaches help kids to feel satisfied about their performance?

Find out what we think in this week’s episode!

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One Response to Kids in Sports, Part 2: Anatomy of Sports
  1. Silk Smoov
    October 27, 2009 | 11:31 pm

    Competitive sports are great for all kids. Kids need to learn that games at some point is about winning and losing. What better way to learn this than to participate in competitive sports.