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3 Easy Ways to Squeeze in Exercise During Your Child’s Sports Practices

I’m sure you’re like me with a busy family schedule and always wondering “How I can squeeze in some time for fitness?” As a sports mom our time from 4pm-9pm is generally spent driving kids to sports practices, making sure dinner’s ready, reviewing homework, and the list goes on.  But after doing youth sports for awhile, … Continue reading

5 Inspired Actions to Help Your Tween and Teen Handle Peer Pressure
Youth Sports

5 Inspired Actions to Help Your Tween and Teen Handle Peer Pressure

We may not want to admit it as parents, but no matter how skilled our children are at managing peer pressure, they can only control their own behavior. And since much of their day revolves around relationships with their schoolmates, there’s some opportunity to conform to the actions of those around them.  As a sports mom, I … Continue reading

Resources

Essential Tools for Youth Sports, Fitness, & More!

I thought it would be helpful to create a resource page of regularly asked for tools, training, resources and services available to student-athletes and sports moms. People particularly want to know what tools my husband and I use to train our student-athletes and have them ready for college athletic scholarships. As a result I’ve put together a list of recommended resources … Continue reading

Disclosure Policy

Disclosure Policy

SportyChicGeek.com exists to help sports moms find ways to navigate youth sports and inspire us to work on our own fitness and fashion in the process. This blog is a personal blog that’s written and edited by me, Dorothy. This blog accepts forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, or other forms of compensation. This blog abides … Continue reading

Work With Me

Work With Me

I’m a Metro Atlanta, Georgia blogger who enjoys inspiring and interacting with sports moms by walking them through the process of how to develop their child’s love of sports, step-by-step, so at the end of each stage their seeing massive results towards receiving a college athletic scholarship.  I also like to build community with weekly … Continue reading