8 TAKE OUT A SECOND MORTGAGE MINIMAL RESOURCESDO IT YOURSELFTAKE OUT A SECOND MORTGAGE
9 DO IT YOURSELF EGO ORIENTATION Physical Conditioning Repetitive Skill/DrillLocal Coach/GuruPractice at HomeParents Live Vicariously Through ChildrenEGO ORIENTATION
10 DO IT YOURSELF PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT/PERMANENT HIGH RISK IMPLICATIONS HIGH RISK IMPLICATIONSPSYCHOLOGICAL | PHYSIOLOGICALBIOMECHANICAL | MOTOR DEVELOPMENTOveruse injuries. Burnout. Depression.
11 SPORT PREP ACADEMY MASTERY ORIENTATION Physical Conditioning Mental ConditioningCommunication TrainingPhysical TherapyNutrition TrainingLife SkillsCollege PlacementMASTERY ORIENTATION
12 SPORT PREP ACADEMY DELIBERATE PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT LOW RISK IMPLICATIONSPSYCHOLOGICAL | PHYSIOLOGICALBIOMECHANICAL | MOTOR DEVELOPMENTCONTROLLED VARIABLES. No Parents.
13 THE GAME WITHIN THE GAME SKILL DEVELOPMENTHOLISTIC DEVELOPMENTMULTIPLE "PILLARS"PHYSICAL | MENTAL | COMMUNICATION | NUTRITION LIFE SKILLS | VISION
14 JOPERD October 2010 The Promises and Pitfalls of Sport Specialization in Youth Sport PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT/PERMANENTIMPLICATIONSPSYCHOLOGICAL | PHYSIOLOGICALBIOMECHANICAL | MOTOR DEVELOPMENT
15 BRING THE ACADEMY TO THE PARENTS AFFORDABLECONTROL FOR NEGATIVE VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH EARLY SPORT-SPECIALIZATION IN YOUTH ATHLETES
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