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Girls who play sports have higher levels of confidence and self-esteem and lower levels of depression.
Study after study shows that female athletes do better than their counterparts in GPA and graduation rates.
As little as four hours of exercise a week may reduce a teenage girl’s risk of breast cancer by up to 60%. Female athletes are 92% LESS likely to get involved with drugs than female students who don't play sports.
Injuries in young athletes have soared. Costs to compete have skyrocketed. Kids are quitting in record numbers. But we believe strongly in youth sports, and the many ways it improves our childrens’ lives.
We are here to help parents regain balance and sanity, and to help restore the joy, accomplishment, and core values derived from sports.
Begin your journey today.
According to a survey conducted over 30 years by two coaches and athletic administrators about what young athletes want to hear most from their parents after a sporting event, it turns out it is: “I love to watch you play.”