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Youth Sports Issues

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Michelle K

on 2 April 2014

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Transcript of Youth Sports Issues

Has many benefits for physical and mental development
Can have negative effects as well
Pressure from parents and coaches
What percentage of fathers are coaching their own kids?
16%
25%
85%
67%
Benefits
My opinion
Sports are extremely beneficial and the pros outweight the cons.
I would enroll my children in sports if they want to
GPA: The mean for athletes was 2.98. For non athletes is was 2.17.
Youth Sports
Issues
Prospects for the Future
Youth Sports Issues
create great social interactions
learn how to cooperate in a team
learn motor and coordination skils
is a great outlet for youth
creates a safe environment for children to do something they enjoy
unwanted pressure from parents and coaches as well as team members
injuries
not getting along with the team
very time consuming
sports will still be a major part of many children's lives
there needs to be less pressure put on children to do well in sports
Refrences
http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/allowing-youth-sports-to-be-childs-play
http://www.momsteam.com/team-of-experts/six-problems-in-youth-sports
http://www.statisticbrain.com/youth-sports-statistics/
http://benefitsofyouthsports.com/
Issues Continued
Experts have identified two factors responsible for determining whether youth sports are enjoyable or anxiety-filled for young participants.
The first is the quality of adult supervision and coaching.
The second is the amount of pressure parents place on their children to perform.
When parental pressure becomes too great, young athletes may experience headaches, muscle pains, stomach aches, sleep disturbances, fatigue, or depression.
Female high school athletes are _____% less likely to get pregnant.
20%
40%
60%
80%
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