Don't be THAT parent:
SUPPORTING FROM THE SIDELINE
You may feel as though watching your child compete from the sideline is one of the most stressful parts of supporting your child's athletic dreams. Stressful situations affect different people in a variety of ways, and it can have an impact on their thoughts, feelings, and actions. The ways in which you express your emotions can positively or negatively impact your child while they're competing. To help you monitor your own experience and reactions from the sideline, we'll go over the do's and don'ts of sideline behaviors and review how words and body language can help or hinder your child's performance.
Your body language is important.
Can you identify productive or unproductive body language as it relates to supporting your child?