Scta 2010

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Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 10:01 pm
Guest wrote: Sun Jul 07, 2024 8:59 pm Competitive soccer and on the ice 2x a week here… what about others
Jack of all trades, but master of none I guess works for some. Why bother skating if you’re in competitive soccer? Is he training in the bubble during the hockey season for soccer? Just saying it doesn’t make much sense and may only be hindering your kid in both sports
Who says master of none? Kids this age can be good at multiple sports… also, if you only do the same sport over and over you are more prone to repetitive motion injuries… using their muscles in different ways helps with their growth. Aside from that, the kid wants to play multiple sports and has developed good time management for his age… rather him do that then mindlessly scroll on his phone or play X Box… but whatever, we obviously have different parents skills.

Even if my kid focused on one sport he’s not going professional, so letting him have a summer of fun with his friends.
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Guest wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 11:27 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 10:01 pm
Guest wrote: Sun Jul 07, 2024 8:59 pm Competitive soccer and on the ice 2x a week here… what about others
Jack of all trades, but master of none I guess works for some. Why bother skating if you’re in competitive soccer? Is he training in the bubble during the hockey season for soccer? Just saying it doesn’t make much sense and may only be hindering your kid in both sports
Who says master of none? Kids this age can be good at multiple sports… also, if you only do the same sport over and over you are more prone to repetitive motion injuries… using their muscles in different ways helps with their growth. Aside from that, the kid wants to play multiple sports and has developed good time management for his age… rather him do that then mindlessly scroll on his phone or play X Box… but whatever, we obviously have different parents skills.

Even if my kid focused on one sport he’s not going professional, so letting him have a summer of fun with his friends.
Think the post before yours was simply to say why throw in 2 skates during soccer season? Just focus on soccer during soccer season. As you said, probably not going pro so why overschrfule the kid? Let him be a kid and play outside with sticks and stuff!
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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:23 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 11:27 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 10:01 pm
Guest wrote: Sun Jul 07, 2024 8:59 pm Competitive soccer and on the ice 2x a week here… what about others
Jack of all trades, but master of none I guess works for some. Why bother skating if you’re in competitive soccer? Is he training in the bubble during the hockey season for soccer? Just saying it doesn’t make much sense and may only be hindering your kid in both sports
Who says master of none? Kids this age can be good at multiple sports… also, if you only do the same sport over and over you are more prone to repetitive motion injuries… using their muscles in different ways helps with their growth. Aside from that, the kid wants to play multiple sports and has developed good time management for his age… rather him do that then mindlessly scroll on his phone or play X Box… but whatever, we obviously have different parents skills.

Even if my kid focused on one sport he’s not going professional, so letting him have a summer of fun with his friends.
Think the post before yours was simply to say why throw in 2 skates during soccer season? Just focus on soccer during soccer season. As you said, probably not going pro so why overschrfule the kid? Let him be a kid and play outside with sticks and stuff!
Balancing 2 sports and being competitive at both is extremely hard. Totally agree kids need other stuff but maybe a house league sport or rec level ?
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Competitive soccer and on the ice 2x a week here… what about others
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Jack of all trades, but master of none I guess works for some. Why bother skating if you’re in competitive soccer? Is he training in the bubble during the hockey season for soccer? Just saying it doesn’t make much sense and may only be hindering your kid in both sports
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Who says master of none? Kids this age can be good at multiple sports… also, if you only do the same sport over and over you are more prone to repetitive motion injuries… using their muscles in different ways helps with their growth. Aside from that, the kid wants to play multiple sports and has developed good time management for his age… rather him do that then mindlessly scroll on his phone or play X Box… but whatever, we obviously have different parents skills.

Even if my kid focused on one sport he’s not going professional, so letting him have a summer of fun with his friends.
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Think the post before yours was simply to say why throw in 2 skates during soccer season? Just focus on soccer during soccer season. As you said, probably not going pro so why overschrfule the kid? Let him be a kid and play outside with sticks and stuff!
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Balancing 2 sports and being competitive at both is extremely hard. Totally agree kids need other stuff but maybe a house league sport or rec level ?
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Ah, got it….

Yes, balancing the two sports is tough, but it’s what he wants… I would have preferred HL for soccer but he asked to try out… similar to the ice time, he asked to do it to hang with the friends… both teams have different kids he hangs out with, but not much cross over… so exercise and two different friends groups…
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Re: Scta 2010

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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 11:19 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 6:30 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:23 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 11:27 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 10:01 pm
Guest wrote: Sun Jul 07, 2024 8:59 pm Competitive soccer and on the ice 2x a week here… what about others
Jack of all trades, but master of none I guess works for some. Why bother skating if you’re in competitive soccer? Is he training in the bubble during the hockey season for soccer? Just saying it doesn’t make much sense and may only be hindering your kid in both sports
Who says master of none? Kids this age can be good at multiple sports… also, if you only do the same sport over and over you are more prone to repetitive motion injuries… using their muscles in different ways helps with their growth. Aside from that, the kid wants to play multiple sports and has developed good time management for his age… rather him do that then mindlessly scroll on his phone or play X Box… but whatever, we obviously have different parents skills.

Even if my kid focused on one sport he’s not going professional, so letting him have a summer of fun with his friends.
Think the post before yours was simply to say why throw in 2 skates during soccer season? Just focus on soccer during soccer season. As you said, probably not going pro so why overschrfule the kid? Let him be a kid and play outside with sticks and stuff!
Balancing 2 sports and being competitive at both is extremely hard. Totally agree kids need other stuff but maybe a house league sport or rec level ?
Ah, got it….

Yes, balancing the two sports is tough, but it’s what he wants… I would have preferred HL for soccer but he asked to try out… similar to the ice time, he asked to do it to hang with the friends… both teams have different kids he hangs out with, but not much cross over… so exercise and two different friends groups…
Kids should always play more than 1 sport. Soccer is a great one for keeping it HL and having fun with buddies.
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