sports are at a more recreational level. It is better for their overall fitness and health because they are working different parts of their bodies and can prevent overuse injuries. Kids and parents will learn how different sports can help compliment one another while helping students learn to balance their schedules.
We actively promote the need our students to play and do multiple activities to not only help them develop healthy habits but to also keep our programs competitive.
Lisa Heffernan and Jennifer Breheny Wallace in a blog for the New York Times in “What College Sports Recruiters Can Teach Your Child” say the advice head coaches have for prospective recruits will help any student succeed, even those who don’t plan to play sports in college.