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Mental Mistakes Athletes Are Making Right Now

Mental Mistakes Athletes Are Making Right Now

Athletes often only focus on the physical side of the game and get frustrated when they don’t see results after hours and hours of training. It’s important to remember that we are all human and need to notice our mental state as well, as it can be […]

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5 Worst Things A Coach Can See In You

5 Worst Things A Coach Can See In You

American university coaches want athletes who have the right attitude, are coachable, and work their buns off. Bad habits are hard to break when you are completely unaware of them. Coaches want to help you improve your game and your overall sports attitude, however university and college […]

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9 Ways the SAT is Changing in 2016 (March)

9 Ways the SAT is Changing in 2016 (March)

Let’s explore the 9 most important ways the SAT exam is changing after March. Top score will be 1600, again. In 2005, the SAT’s top score was changed to 2400 but they are now realizing 1600 was a better plan all along. No More Penalty for Wrong Answers […]

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1 Twitter Post Can Be Costly

1 Twitter Post Can Be Costly

Three years ago, Scott Fitch couldn’t believe what he was hearing. A college coach recruiting two of his Fairport High School boys basketball players called to say how much he liked what he saw after watching them play an AAU game, and that he thought both were […]

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5 Ways to Help Deal with Referees

5 Ways to Help Deal with Referees

Referees are, without a doubt, the most essential part of the sports world conducting in an organized manner. Although their importance is not in question, their decisions always will be. As an athlete and a parent, dealing with referees can be super challenging. I used to be, […]

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