To listen to this week's podcast, click on the white arrow below: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Furqan_Iqbal_podcast.output.mp3 For years I have been asking junior coaches to do a better job of communicating with families. Everything from which tournaments to play to whether the child is progressing to how a child compares to his/her peers are questions
To watch/listen to this week's podcast, click the white arrow below: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/College_Coaches_Panel_led_by_ITA_COO_Erica_Perkins_Jasper.mp4 It's not every day you get to sit in a room and hear 3 current (and 1 former) college coaches discuss recruiting and what they look for in a prospective student-athlete! Last week during the WTCA Conference, I had just such
To listen to this week's podcast, click on the white arrow below: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Mike_Belangia__Will_Segraves_podcast.output.mp3 A few weeks ago I received an email from a member of the ParentingAces community. It said, "We have a limited budget for tennis and you know personally how expensive it can be with all the costs adding up.
To listen to this week's podcast, click on the white arrow below: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Marc_Lucero_podcast.output.mp3 Withdrawal from the backdraw of our biggest national tournaments has reached a ridiculous level. At last week's Kalamazoo Tournament (Boys 16s & 18s National Hardcourts), backdraw walkovers were at 16.89% up from 5.88% only fifteen years ago. Why are so
To listen to this week's podcast, click on the white arrow below: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Kirk_Spahn_podcast.output.mp3 Trying to decide which type of school is best for your child is a tricky proposition at best. If the child is an elite athlete striving to reach the highest levels of the sport, it becomes even more complicated. In