There are more than one million kids participating in high school football nationwide. At some point in their young careers they were taught the complexities of the game – rules, positions, verbiage, etc.
If you've got kids, they've got cuts. No matter how often you tell them to be careful or not to do something, they'll continue to accumulate skinned knees and elbows. But which cuts will heal with a simple Band-Aid, and which will need stitches?
The wall-mounted flat-screen televisions' volume blares above the whir of treadmills and slamming of iron weights. The combined sounds of excited voices, exercise machines and electric beeps and buzzes reveal a scene of heightened physical activity.
It's a setting is not unlike any other fitness center or gym, with a few “small” exceptions. It's not ESPN's SportsCenter emanating from the TVs... it's Nickelodeon's “Ned's Declassified.” And the...
One of the most common problems involving the knee joint is an anterior cruciate ligament tear. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of four ligaments that are critical to the stability of the knee joint.
A ligament is made of tough fibrous material and functions to control excessive motion by limiting joint mobility.
Athletes are more prone to ACL injuries, but they can inflict anyone....
KidSports Magazine is a guide for parents of young athletes. The magazine offers parents useful tips on such topics as nutrition, sports equipment, training, saving money, medical advice, rules, sports and school, sports education, scholarships and just about any other issue you can think of for parents of younger kids involved in sports.