NASCAR champ Chase Elliott shares his story growing up in the world of NASCAR, the influence of his dad, the importance of teamwork, and so much more. Even if you aren’t a huge NASCAR fan, you will enjoy this episode…and you will likely become a fan of Chase!
Should parents also coach, and if so, what’s the right approach? How/when should parents engage with coaches when things aren’t going well for their kid? Should winning be a goal when coaching young kids? Jeff Francoeur, Britt Lee, and Brad Williams dive into these topics and more on this episode.
Former WNBA player and first round draft pick Kelley Cain shares her story of winning four high school state championships as a USA today, McDonalds, and Parade All-American. Her high school success led to a great college career as a Tennessee Volunteer under legendary coach Pat Summitt. Kelley shares her story and insights learned along the way.
Jeff, Britt, and Brad discuss goal setting, grit, hard work, practicing with purpose, accountability, and other key components to seeing young athletes achieve their sports goals.
Chris Spatola shares his youth sports story and insights including being a 4-year starter at ARMY, coaching at Duke for five years under his father-in-law Coach Krzyzewski, and much more.
2023 Open Champion and U.S. RYDER CUP player Brian Harmon shares his youth sports story as a multi-sport athlete, and discusses his college golf days at UGA, his RYDER CUP experience, how he’s worked at controlling his emotions on the course, and so much more.
The world of youth sports has become a challenging and all-consuming journey for many families. In Britt’s book, as a father of a D1 college athlete, he tackles a wide variety of issues and topics common to parents on the youth sports journey, sharing relevant insights, ideas, stories, and wisdom as a roadmap to help other parents navigate the high-level youth sports world in the healthiest way possible.
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