Footballs Rising Stars
Raising a Student Athlete, it Can be Difficult to Find a Balance Managing School, Sports and Everyday Life.
These answers can be found in Raising Athletic Stars, a self-help book that addresses the benefits and challenges of educating and rearing children with interests in sports. Raising Athletic Stars guides you through the events that helped two gawky brothers develop into first-rate student athletes. Neither one of these brothers had natural ability but eventually attracted college scouts from around the nation and earned Division I-A scholarship.
It is never too early (and oftentimes not too late) to become a champion on and off the field of play. The unique feature of this book is that it is not based on opinion, but on the true life experiences of two student athletes who—through the support of a single parent—achieved success at high levels.
Based on real experiences, you will discover how your student athlete can do the same. Raising Athletic Stars will also explain your role as a parent and what you need to do to help your student athlete achieve success in athletics, as well as provide tips on how to bring college recruits to your doorstep.
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The unique feature of this book is that it is based on real events. You will meet two brothers raised in a single-parent home. Both, through hard work and dedication described in this book, achieved success through athletics. Because it is based on experience, it offers you proven tips—secrets that were learned the hard way—to guide you through the process of helping your student athlete be all that he or she can be, even if your child does not have the natural ability to be an all-star.
More importantly, based on their experiences, you will discover how your student athlete can do the same. In addition to learning how your athlete can achieve success, you will also find an explanation of your role as a parent and what you need to do to help your student athlete achieve success in athletics, as well as tips on how to bring college recruits to your doorstep.
You have to tackle your problems, block your fears, and score your points when you get the opportunity.