The Sports Parenting Edge by Rick Wolff
What Every Parent Needs to Know in the Changing World of Youth Sports

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Parents and coaches today, according to author Rick Wolff, do not want to be lectured anymore about the problems inherent in youth sports. Rather, they want to learn how to work around the pitfalls of out-of-control parents, how to deal with win-at-all-costs coaches, and in short, how to make certain that their children enjoy sports and have the opportunity to develop their full athletic potential. A must for parents of children from kindergarten age through high school, this book also includes a frank discussion of college recruitment issues.

About Rick Wolff

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Rick Wolff, a former professional baseball player and coach, hosts a nationally recognized sports radio talk show about child athletes and the parenting challenges that come with sports involvement. He writes a column for Sports Illustrated and is co-founder and chairman of the web-based Center for Sports Parenting.
Published January 7, 2013 by BookBaby. 169 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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