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by Paul R. Stricker MD FAAP,Paul R. Stricker

Category: Medicine
Subcategory: Medical Books
Author: Paul R. Stricker MD FAAP,Paul R. Stricker
ISBN: 1581102275
ISBN13: 978-1581102277
Language: English
Publisher: American Academy of Pediatrics; 1 edition (September 1, 2006)
Pages: 218
Fb2 eBook: 1181 kb
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Paul R. Stricker, MD, FAAP, is a pediatric and adolescent–sports-medicine specialist and one of only 87 pediatricians in the United States to be board-certified in both pediatrics and sports medicine. He is the first pediatrician to be selected by the .

Paul R. Olympic Committee, a member of the executive committee of the American Academy of Pediatrics section on sports medicine and fitness, and is president of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. He lives in San Diego.

Sports Success RX! book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Aimed at parents and coaches of organized sports, this easygoing. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Sports Success RX!: Your Child's Prescription for the Best Experience. by. Paul R. Stricker.

Clever chapter titles proceed from "First Serve" and "Free Throw" to "9th Inning" and "Final Lap and Cool Down," with each chapter providing a questionnaire that gauges a child's readiness for the skill levels discussed.

Stricker, Paul R. Publication date. Sports for children, Parent and child, Sports for children. American Academy of Pediatrics. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

Your Child's Prescription for the Best Experience. This is a great book about keeping youth sports in perspective

Your Child's Prescription for the Best Experience. This is a great book about keeping youth sports in perspective. Dr. Stricker does an excellent job of explaining the physical and mental stages a child goes through from toddler to the teen years. If little Johnny can't hit the ball when he is four, this book helps explain why he has trouble at that age. If you have children in athletics or are a coach of children, then I would highly recommend reading this book.

Written by a pediatrician who is also board-certified in sports medicine, this book shows caretakers: How young bodies develop for sports Age-appropriate skills Proper .

Written by a pediatrician who is also board-certified in sports medicine, this book shows caretakers: How young bodies develop for sports Age-appropriate skills Proper conditioning and how it works on a cellular level Why some kids compete to win attention Safer ways to help kids perform better Positive and negative impact on young psyches Strategi  . Stricker, MD, FAAP, is a pediatric and adolescent sports-medicine specialist and one of only 87 pediatricians in the United States to be board-certified in both pediatrics and sports medicine More about Paul R. Stricker (Author). Stricker, MD, FAAP, is a pediatric and adolescent sports medicine specialist and one of a. .Sports Success Rx: How to Maximize Potential and Minimize Pressure – Your Child’s Prescription for the Best Experience. Stricker, MD, FAAP, is a pediatric and adolescent sports medicine specialist and one of a small number of pediatricians board-certified in sports medicine. The perfect prescription for parents and coaches! Too often, excessive pressure to compete results in overuse injuries, overwhelming stress, and burn out. Sports Success℞ will help parents understand why it's important for kids to participate in sports in a safe and healthy way. Written by a pediatrician who is also board-certified in sports medicine, this book shows caregivers

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Aimed at parents and coaches of organized sports, this easygoing and friendly guide outlines the physical and emotional milestones that determine sports skill development in youth. Dr. Stricker avoids medical jargon and discusses topics such as unrealistic performance pressure; the ways that body chemistry, thinking skills, and emotional maturity all play important roles in athletic training; and differing developmental timetables for young athletes. He emphasizes that a focus on personal accomplishments is a much more effective than a focus on simply winning. Each chapter provides a questionnaire that gauges a child's readiness for the skill levels discussed.
Comments to eBook Sports Success RX!: Your Child's Prescription for the Best Experience
Xwnaydan
This books breaks it down by age and what is going on at each stage.
The clearly explains why a child may, and may not, be able to do certain tasks, maneuvers, etc. due to what's going on developmentally in their body and brain. The book also explains what truly enhances a child's sports' performance, satisfaction and joy and what does not. I wished I had this book many years ago. It's a "reread."
Umge
This is an incredible treasure for the parents and coaches of young athletes. It is very well written, easy to understand and thoughtful. Dr. Stricker's knowledge on the subject of physical and emotions developmental levels of children and the impact this has on sports is supurb. Being a parent of athletes himself give a uniques perspective to the book.

Do you know any parents who push their kids to perform in sports way past the "fun zone"? This book is for them, but it's also for those of us who are trying to make sense of the increased commitments that are pressed upon our youth involved in most sports today.
Perilanim
This book is great! A must read for coaches, especially of very young athletes. As a parent, I gained alot of knowledge and felt this book was a reputable source of information. This book explains so much about what kids can actually do, compared to what is expected of them.

The nutrition information is very helpful and I learned alot there as well.
Dranar
As a Board Certified Sports Medicine physician, I was very impressed to read this book written by a physician for a non-medical audience. In today's "win at all cost" society, this book highlights, in great detail and with obvious passion by the author, a practical and informative guideline on sports participation for our nation's youth.
This is a must read by parents who have children of all ages who are currently or will be participating in sports.
I applaud the author for this worthwhile undertaking.

Jorge O. Rodriguez, DO CAQSM
Qiahmagha
This is a great book about keeping youth sports in perspective. Dr. Stricker does an excellent job of explaining the physical and mental stages a child goes through from toddler to the teen years. If little Johnny can't hit the ball when he is four, this book helps explain why he has trouble at that age. If you have children in athletics or are a coach of children, then I would highly recommend reading this book.It will give you a reality check. Hopefully, this book will make you and your child enjoy his/her sports activities more.
Fearlessdweller
I am an emergency medicine pediatrician with an interest in sports medicine and a mother of active athletic children. I found this book to be repetitive and boring - essentially the message is "Don't push too hard and let your children have fun." and that is all that is contained in the book. This message is repeated over and over with slightly different wording. No specific information such as pitch counts by age, expected specific sports skills by age, differences between recreational, club, and elite sports, etc. Also, the author is a distributor of Juice Plus, which he (subtly) uses his book to sell. I purchased my copy from the American Academy of Pediatrics and am thinking of demanding a refund. The AAP should not be putting their seal of approval on a book that is being used to sell this commercial product. I never write reviews, but was so disgusted with this book that I felt I needed to write this one.
Zetadda
Dr. Stricker is ultimately qualified to help you make decisions regarding sports training and participation and setting appropriate parameters for your children.
more like a pamphlet than a book. not much information.
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