Tips to Prepare for the Big Game
Ask any student-athlete and they (or their parents) will likely tell you the same thing: nothing can rattle them like the lead-up to a big game. Most players find themselves somewhere between nervous and excited in the days leading up to the match.  It can be challenging to know where to direct their energy in […]
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7 Leadership Skills to Nurture at a Young Age
In a world where we expect immediate engagements, results, and responses, we sometimes need to step back and remember not everything comes ready from the package. Leaders are one of them. Leadership is a skill set that people learn over time and is best introduced from a young age. A child’s early years are the ones […]
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SHE GOT GAME
Why, in sports, do women often have to be nothing less than exceptional to receive even the bare minimum of respect?  Grown men frequently belittle women athletes, and there are stereotypes that boys have a better game than girls.  As Aeriel Powers, a professional WNBA player, put it best, “They look at us as just […]
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Spring forward with EMA.
Spring is officially here!  With a new season comes many new opportunities to practice inspiration, ignite a new purpose, and energize yourself and those around you towards a new goal or accomplishment. In the season full of new blooms, what’s more fitting than more opportunities to practice?  Things to practice more: * Prioritizing self-care.  * […]
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Where did the off-season go?
The Off-Season “Insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting different results.” What will your child do differently now that the season is over to ensure next year is more empowering and successful? This is the time for all players, coaches, (and parents) to start setting goals and making plans for the off-season. EMA […]
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