The Secret to Developing Well-Rounded Athletes

During the thick of the Covid-19 pandemic, sports programs had shortened seasons, if any at all. Because of that, training time for athletes of all ages has dropped significantly. Now, with sports returning to a more normal duration, young athletes are working hard to regain lost skills and recondition their bodies. The problem, however, is…

Work First, Then Play

The season of school vacations is here! The past couple weeks, students have adjusted to going to back to school after either a very relaxing and “chill” winter break, or one that was packed with activities, travel, and overstimulating events. (Sound familiar, adults?!) Just as students get back into the swing of things from winter…

The Power of Yet

Goal setting is a characteristic that significantly links an individual to their future success. Having the right mindset is crucial and encourages our behaviors as we encounter different challenges. Since our mindset incorporates our own beliefs about skills and abilities that we possess, we must have a growth mindset and teach children the power of…

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Why Your Teenager Needs a Mentor

Greetings BMA Parents! Have you ever noticed your teen’s decision-making patterns change? Or witnessed them make a poor decision that seemed totally out of character? Science has proven that during this phase in their life the brain is rapidly growing which equates to more processing power. The downside is that many decisions are routed to…