How our kids are handling disappointment may vary from day to day and is challenging to say the least. It’s also stressful and worrisome for parents, too.
For the new swim parent, the sport can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, one of your best resources is already in the stands with you.
Although some kids possibly are overlooked for moving up through the ranks, usually there is a reason why coaches keep kids in certain groups.
The best way to encourage our kids to put down video games and phones is not by bribing or threatening them — but by inspiring them.
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With multiple programs forced to cut swimming & diving due to COVID-19, it’s time to take a stand against this assault on our sport.
Not only are USA Swimming teams at risk throughout the country, but pools may go under as well. Many people’s lives are improved daily because of a pool.
“This journey created memories that will last for a lifetime, and it produced special moments for the parents that left me breathless.”
If we take anything away from these uncertain days, maybe it’s not to sweat the small stuff and appreciate what we have.
With “shelter in place” going on for more than 30 days, I really miss swimming. Here are 11 things I miss about the sport more than I expected.
With many families spending more time together, we’re presented with a perfect opportunity to work on communicating effectively.
When things get back to normal, maybe we will learn from this overwhelming experience. Hopefully, we will take with us an attitude of “I get to.”
I know his future self would regret quitting club swimming. The $10,000 question is, how important is club swim to college recruiters?
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