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Should My Child Specialize in One Sport?
Bradford Strand, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences, NDSU
Located in Eat Smart. Play Hard. Magazines / 2016-2017 Eat Smart. Play Hard. Magazine
So You Choose Sport Specialization
Nikki German, Ph.D., ATC, Program Director, Master of Athletic Training, Department of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sciences, NDSU
Located in Eat Smart. Play Hard. Magazines / 2016-2017 Eat Smart. Play Hard. Magazine
When Are Children Ready for Organized Sports?
Make sure your child is physically and emotionally ready for organized sports. Thus article includes some questions you can ask yourself about your child and about the sport you are considering to help make sure your child is ready.
Located in Eat Smart. Play Hard. Magazines / 2010-2011 Eat Smart. Play Hard. Magazine
Ask an Expert - Preventing Children's Injuries in Sports
My kids are in lots of sports. Do we have anything we can do to prevent injuries?
Located in Eat Smart. Play Hard. Magazines / 2009 Eat Smart. Play Hard. Magazine
My son and daughter are in sports every season, and they always are looking for snacks. What would be some good snack ideas for growing kids who are in sports?
Growing children need adequate fuel to power through important afterschool and weekend practices.
Located in Eat Smart. Play Hard. Magazines / 2018-19 Eat Smart. Play Hard. Magazine
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