The United States Men’s soccer team tries to make it to the quarterfinals of the World Cup today when they take on Belgium. On the team website you can learn everything there is to know about the team, the game and much more. Let’s go, U.S.!
We had to bring you some World Cups posts during this great tournament, didn’t we? Here’s a terrific article by the LA Times’ Bill Plaschke on Landon Donovan and the strides he’s made to put his Team USA snub behind him and find a silver lining.
This Los Angeles Times article about a new app developed to help youngsters avoid and rehabilitate from pitching injuries is really an exposure of the not-so-great side of youth baseball, injuries and overzealous parents and coaches.
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We’ve formed a strategic alliance with John O’Sullivan and his Changing the Game Project. John’s mission is very similar to ours: To improve the quality of the youth sports experience for coaches and, especially kids. Read the press release for more information on the partnership and the Changing the Game Project.
Many believe that ADHD is either often misdiagnosed, over-medicated, or not even a real disorder. This study, brought to us by our partners, PHIT America.org shows that maybe the problem with many our today’s youth is not “Attention Deficit” but rather activity deficit.