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Publisher's Summary

Do you know how chakras, yoga, and essential oils can help student athletes achieve optimal performance levels? What advice would you give your student athlete on how to approach a coach when conflict arises? Do you know what to consider in selecting a sports league for your child? Have you ever wondered what more you can do to get the best recovery results for your child after an injury? Do you need some real insight into the college-recruiting world? 

Most Valuable Parents: A Guide for Parents of Student Athletes provides insight into different hot topics of discussion relating to helping student athletes. It is a masterfully composed, comprehensive resource for parents of student athletes in any level and every sport. 

It is a journey that will educate, empower, and enlighten parents of student athletes as they support their children's sports endeavors. Whether you are a first-time parent of a student athlete or a seasoned parent with more than one student athlete, it will be thought-provoking and impactful. It will easily become an invaluable reference for parents everywhere.

©2019 Eva Fazier (P)2019 Eva Fazier

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