Kids These Days, Can’t Even Sleep Right

We recently wrote about the ParticipACTION 2016 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. Long story short, as Canadians we didn’t score a good grade.

In fact, it was so bad that ParticipACTION felt the need to develop and introduce the world’s first 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth. And this most recent 24-hour incarnation of the guidelines has an interesting new component: sleep.

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The Future of Player Development is Already Here

Basketball has always been a changing game. Initially, players couldn’t even dribble. Eventually a shot clock was introduced. Briefly dunking was banned (the “Lew Alcindor Rule”). Years later a three-point arch was added.

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