Sport Specialization Does More Harm Than Good The perils of single-sport specialization in youth sports Glen Mulcahy March 14, 2017 Many parents feel pressured to specialize their child in one sport early either because they are showing early promise or […]Read More ...
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Children and youth are replacing active play time with inactive screen time and it's lowering the life expectancy of an entire generation.
Do we really want to leave this legacy behind? We need to bring the game back to the kids so they can develop physical skills to stay healthy for life.