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Some parents, especially those who envision a collegiate scholarship or dream of a professional sports career for their young athlete, believe the straightest path to that goal is steering their son or daughter to play one sport from an early age, and forsaking all others.   It’s not. In fact, […]

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Lynn University students will host a professional panel on “Raising Your Game” on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 6 p.m

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Contact Hadyn Daugs               Cell (206) 427-7030 Email Click here for email inquires Website RaisingYourGameBook.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 6, 2016 Professional panel discusses “Raising Your Game “ Enjoy and evening with acclaimed author Dr. Andrea Corn, Lynn Athletic Director, Professor and Former Professional Athlete speak about their experiences. Lynn […]

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How can you build self-esteem?

Children are taught to believe in themselves. This is a process that evolves over time and cannot happen without having your dependable and reliable presence. In youth sports, parents and coaches play a similar role, guiding a child to believe in his or her athletic abilities, gaining that’s child’s trust, […]

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How to get your child to be a good sport?

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The early years of youth sport participation are founded on having fun, learning the sport’s fundamentals skills, being respectful to teammates, opponents, coaches, and above all, playing by the rules. If these tenets are followed, then young athletes can more easily put winning and losing in its proper perspective. One […]

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