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Pat Croce author of I Feel Great and 110% Speaking as a parent of athletic kids and as a former president of a team of professional kids, I find this book to be a fabulous resource for helping your kids enjoy their sporting life.
Rick Wolff Chairman, The Center For Sports Parenting Joel Fish is one of the few experts who provides real insight and compassionate advice for moms and dads. 101 Ways to Be a Terrific Sports Parent should be mandatory reading for anyone involved in youth sports.
Joel Fish, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist and the director of the Center for Sport Psychology in Philadelphia. He has been a sport psychologist for the Philadelphia Flyers, 76ers, Phillies, and the USA Women's National Soccer Team and has lectured on youth sports issues nationwide. He lives in Philadelphia.See all Editorial Reviews
Great book for a sports nut dad. Hope I can practice what makes total sence from he book. I know it will help me be a better dad and coach for my daughter.Published 10 months ago by Gregory Ignacio
I think this should be a mandatory manual for sports parents. Covers everyone from parents of rec type athletes to the serious elite club players.Published 20 months ago by Macinmom