We want our kids to grow up strong and healthy, as well as limit the amount of difficulty they are going to come up against—be it physical or emotional. We want to give them all the tools to succeed, which is why I can think of no better place than team sports and individual fitness.
As you improve a child’s level of fitness you improve their performance, and not just on the field or court, but in the classroom as their confidence is heightened. The challenge though is that we cannot teach them the thrill of victory or the agony of defeat—they must learn that on their own. We can only help them manage those emotions.
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