Here are the 5 key points to take away when trying to reduce the risk of burnout in Trailblazer athletes: 1.) Let Trailblazers explore their non-sports interests. 2.) Find group activities or workouts for your Trailblazer to participate in to satisfy their need for social interaction. 3.) Help a Trailblazer put their goals in perspective. 4.) Try to find activities that you and your Trailblazer can do together. 5.) Help spice up the way Trailblazers see fundamentals and how they grasp the X’s and O’s in their sport.
After a change of position in college to getting drafted much lower than he expected, Richard Sherman has developed into one of the more dominant cornerbacks the NFL has seen in the past decade-plus.
Sherman is also one of the most outspoken and free thinking athletes in […]
Kris Bryant was a key cog in the Chicago Cubs finally breaking through their 107 year long championship drought, bringing home the World Series title in 2016.
The 2016 National League MVP has been an impact player since breaking into the […]
Cam Newton is the only player to ever win the Heisman Trophy and the BCS National Championship to get selected first overall in the NFL Draft, all in the same calendar year.
He carried that success over into the NFL– winning Rookie of the Year in […]