DO IT RIGHT DIRECTORY
Education builds trust just as purposeful practice builds strong athletes. Unfortunately, however, it’s not always easy to know how to best manage, organize, and deliver youth sports.
To help, we’ve collected and curated the best youth sports advice, educational content, informative articles, blogs, and videos and placed them at your fingertips. This comprehensive knowledge base is searchable by keywords (e.g. “bullying” or “multisport athletes”) as well as sport, or author’s name.
You will not find news stories about youth sports subjects in this compendium. You will find only relevant content to help all of us Do Youth Sports Right.
Our sources include The United States Olympic Committee, True Sport, the Positive Coaching Alliance, the U.S. Center for SafeSport, the Changing the Game Project, as well as the work of Reed Maltbie, James Leath, John O’Sullivan, and others.
Please dive in. We hope our trust-building and trustworthy platform helps us all Do Youth Sports Right.
Great Coach on Park City TVMay 4, 2020
GC Founder/CEO Bill Kerig speaks with PCTV Conrad Iacobellis in this 2-part interview to share several return to sport policies and practices as communities consider emerging from COVID stay in place ordersRead More
Interim recommendations from the World Health Organization on mass gathering for return to sportsRead More
A template for sports organizations seeking sample waiver/release formsRead More
Keeping Your Kids Safe Online During COVIDMay 2, 2020
Recommendations from the U.S. Center for SafeSport on how to keep children safe online under COVID stay at home circumstancesRead More
Tenacity Training VideoMay 2, 2020
Highlight video of Tenacity Project virtual practices and skill developmentRead More
NCAA’s plan to safely bring college sports back in the fallRead More
Leaders Chart Path Back to Playing Fields for Amateur SportsWednesday, April 29, 2020
Doctors, scientists and sports leaders are outlining the path back to playing fields for youth and amateur sports.Read More
USOPC Announces Return To Sport Protocol, Great Coach Offers Tech SolutionWednesday, April 29, 2020
USOPC Chief Medical Officer outlines detailed steps for amateur sports organization to return to sport.Read More
A Second-Goal Parent focuses relentlessly on the Big Picture – helping their child be successful.Read More
How young athletes can sustain and recover from long summer workouts, camps and tournament days.Read More
How we can determine the amount of protein our athletes are getting and need.Read More
Inclusive athletic environments are instrumental to success both on and off the field.Read More
5 things to know now about the proper use of supplements.Read More
Warning signs when evaluating and researching supplements.Read More
Tips on how to help kids snack healthy on those long game days.Read More
To ensure optimal bone health check out these tips from TrueSport!Read More
In reality, tryouts aren’t perfect. But one thing teams can control is how they remove biases from tryouts.Read More
Dr. Colleen Hacker ([@DrColleenHacker](https://twitter.com/DrColleenHacker)), a member of PCA's National Advisory Board, has served on the coaching staff for six Olympic Games in three different team sports (soccer, field hockey, and most recently ice hockey). Hacker, who has a Ph.D. and is a Professor of Sport & Exercise Psychology, has served as the U.S. Women's National Team’s (USA Ice Hockey) Mental Skills Coach since 2011.Read More
This 100-point exercise is designed to help coaches think about the values they want as part of their culture.Read More
What are your sources for the Do It Right Directory?
- The United States Olympic Committee
- True Sport
- Positive Coaching Alliance
- U.S. Center for SafeSport
- US Ski and Snowboard
- Changing the Game Project
- Reed Maltbie
- James Leath
- John O’Sullivan
- Working With Parents in Sport
How can I submit my content for inclusion within the Do It Right Directory?
If you’re a content creator and would like to submit your material for inclusion Click Here. (this should send them to an email form that sends to customer service - so basically our normal contact us form).