We’ve covered the importance of family fitness many times. Getting your children involved in physical activities at a young age is a great way to promote fitness, improve coordination, build communication and teamwork skills, and more.
It is key to note, though, that when kids participate in sports, they are at some risk for sports-related injuries, especially since their bodies are still growing and have weaker spots. While most often these injuries are minor, some do cause more lasting physical damage, which is why it’s vital to understand the basic of youth sports safety.
April is officially Youth Sports Safety Month. In honor of that designation, here are some TITLE tips for ensuring your little athletes follow the youth sports safety rules.