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    Jun 23, 2016

    By: ActivityTree

    Baseball Expert

    Preparing Your Child for Tryouts or Auditions

    The trend toward specialization and heightened competition in kid’s activities has significantly increased the likelihood your child will be expected to participate in a try out or an audition. Here are some tips for parents to help your children prepare and take it all in stride.


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    Jun 5, 2012

    By: ActivityTree

    Basketball Expert

    Tips on Finding Kids Basketball

    Son or daughter love shooting baskets?  Here are a few things you should know before you embark on the search for basketball leagues.


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    Jun 14, 2011

    By: Amy Franzwa

    Baseball Expert

    What I Think about Sports Try-Outs

    Holding try-outs for athletic teams is a longtime tradition. Is this tactic, which increases the competitiveness and seriousness of sports appropriate?  Or, should parents and sports culture take the “winning isn’t everything” approach?  


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    May 9, 2011

    By: ActivityTree

    Baseball Expert

    Youth Athlete Concussions – Diagnosis and Recovery

    Athletes who suffer from concussions and then return to the game before their brains have healed are increasing their risks for serious long-term problems such as chronic headaches, inability to concentrate, and in severe cases, death.


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    Dec 28, 2010

    By: Youth Basketball of America

    Basketball Expert

    Benefits of Youth Basketball – Fitness, Teamwork and Confidence

    Basketball is the only team sport where a youngster can go one on one.  All they need is a ball and a hoop.


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      Youth Athlete Concussions – Diagnosis and Recovery

      Athletes who suffer from concussions and then return to the game before their brains have healed are increasing their risks for serious long-term problems such as chronic headaches, inability to concentrate, and in severe cases, death. . . . more