New Book Advises: Just Let 'Em Play
Youth sports are supposed to be fun. Unfortunately, and increasingly, that’s not always the case. Whether it’s 4-year-olds playing in competitive, organized leagues or parents throwing temper tantrums on the sidelines or behind the dugout, youth sports today are often made more intense than they should be. That’s the contention of “Just Let ’Em Play,” a new book co-authored by Kansas City sports psychologist Dr. Andrew Jacobs
Measuring the Immeasurable
Dr. Andrew Jacobs is one of the country’s most respected sports psychologists. Called a “pioneer of mental training,” his work focuses on building mental fortitude in athletes as well as the overall psychological aspects and influence on athleticism. Listen to the Life on the Outside podcast as they attempt to measure the immeasurable side of an athlete.