Everyone has their own reasons for playing sports, but what do experts think are the most beneficial reasons to play sports, especially for girls?
Many push young athletes to focus on one sport, but others have seen wide-ranging benefits from participating in multiple sports, from an increase in strength and physical performance to mental fortitude.
In Kate T. Parker’s book, Strong is the New Pretty, she reminds girls to be confident, be wild, be fearless, and be yourself. She’s redefining what strength is.
As the work from home lifestyle becomes the new norm, be sure to stay on your A-game with these healthy habits.
Dads are often said to be their son’s first hero and their daughter’s first love. A dad’s #1 goal in fatherhood is to raise their families for success. Here are 10 health and happiness tips we’ve learned from dad…
All parents want their children to succeed at the highest level, but it all starts at the pee wee level. Some of the greats detail how youth sports took them on the path to greatness.
Failure can be inimitable. How athletes learn from that failure can shape their careers.
Athletic ability is a small piece of the puzzle when it comes to sports–before you hang up your cleats for good, consider these advantages of sticking with it.
Here are a few ways to encourage your young athlete as they navigate the world of high school and college athletics.
No matter the level of play, coaches work hard to ensure your kids learn and grow while they are playing sports–they hope you will let them run the show with these few things in mind.
Keep your kids safe, active, and motivated, even if their sport seasons are canceled this year.
From Venus and Serena to Abby and Misty, these books are “must-reads” for fans, young athletes or anyone looking for inspiration.
Olympic gold medalist, Julie Foudy, advises parents to give their young athletes space to develop and to let their kids find joy in sport.
Volleyball legends from Kerri Walsh Jennings to Karch Kiraly offer up advice on how to think like a great player.
Elite performers share some straight forward tips for girls starting their athletic journeys.
Emily Pappas, owner of Relentless Athletics sheds light on an emerging trend for girls.
Naomi Osaka beat Coco Gauff in the 2019 U.S. Open but the most memorable moment came after their match.
Known as “Captain America” for her grit and leadership, soccer legend, Christie Pearce Rampone is helping others achieve their dreams.
Specialization in sports – a debate for the ages. Some experts weigh in.
Most people believe that in order to achieve optimal performance, you must train harder. However, athletes forget to consider the importance of real rest.
We know that parents have the best intentions for their young athletes. However, there are times when taking a step back can benefit children’s growth.
Cassandra Turner is a leader through and through. She was a two-time captain at Brown University and is in her fifth season as head coach of the women’s hockey team at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut.
Some of the most accomplished athletes on the planet share simple advice for young athletes.
Yahoo! Sports and the Women’s Sports Foundation assemble legends of women’s sports to share inspiring stories and powerful words of encouragement during this global pandemic.
Against all odds, Courtney Schoch became a pilot and helped others through marathon running.
Women who’ve accomplished great things give advice to young girls hoping to follow in their footsteps.
What do girls have to do to make the WNBA? Some of the league’s biggest stars weigh in.
One of the most accomplished softball players in history, Lisa Fernandez, gives advice on how to be a great player.
Erica Suter specializes in the development of young females athletes on and off the field.
Amy Cragg and Shalane Flanagan show great sportsmanship in helping each other gain Olympic berths.
Katherine Gunn rises up to make a name for herself as a girl gamer.