Youth sports, especially in the US, has taken a lot of criticism lately.
Not so much for the actual playing of the sports themselves.
The criticism usually involves the behaviors, attitudes and actions of the adults involved.
Generally, it’s always been thought that playing sports is good for kids.
Most people who’ve played youth sports would likely agree.
In today’s episode, I review a study out of Montreal that links playing youth sports between 6 and 10 with better emotional health outcomes at age 12 and beyond.
Is this true? Can they back up their claims?
Listen in and get the low-down!
Website version is here: Youth Sports Participation Linked to Reduced Risk of Emotional Difficulties
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