Youth Sports Leaders: Wow, times are changes faster than ever and it now looks like Minnesota youth sports can start up with restrictions starting June 1st. The Minnesota Department of Health has released the following guidelines, click here to read the full details. A major point of emphasis also includes being in compliance with the […]
(Spring Lake Park and Blaine, MN) – For nearly three decades, the Minnesota Youth Athletic Services (MYAS) has been […]
In an effort to continue providing resources and tools that will assist youth volunteer coaches, parents, and officials and the associations that serve them, the Minnesota Youth Athletic Services, the parent company of Trusted Coaches, is excited to team up with three-time National Champion and College Coach of the Year, Coach John Tauer, Read More Here:
Currently, there are more options for youth sports participation than ever; from alpine skiing to whitewater rafting, and everything in between. Despite the innumerable possibilities, the amount of children involved in sporting activity has seen a fairly substantial decrease in recent years. According to a 2015 report from the Sports & Fitness Industry Association, the […]
THANK YOU | Trusted Coaches would like to the thank the OMGBA – Osseo/Maple Grove Basketball Association for creating a Youth 1st – Conduct 1st Environment for your Girl’s Tournament that occurred on November 2-3. Here are few of the points of emphasis that were promoted during the tournament for coaches, players and spectators: • Remember it’s about the kids […]
Sometimes it’s hard to put a number on what type of impact and influence Trusted Coaches is having on the youth sports community in the short time it has been available for public consumption. Well, our number crunchers did just that, and conservatively, here is the data. Coaches in training: 30,000+ Athletes positively impacted: 390,000+ (average team […]
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The Minnesota Youth Athletic Services, Trusted Coaches, and the Wisconsin Sports Services have been committed to providing our partners, the parent-volunteer youth sports associations, the best practices and standards in youth sport since 1991. Today is no different! In response to the Protecting Youth Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017. […]
By limiting contact in practice since 2014, a WIAA rules has helped to decrease the amount of concussion in high school football players in Wisconsin. Read the full article here.