Helping Associations, Clubs, & Schools Create A Better Youth Sports Experience For Kids
We provide organizations with short online courses to educate busy parents & coaches so kids continue to have fun and play year after year
The Youth Sports Problem
Well-Meaning Adults Are Accidentally Sucking The Fun Out of Sports
Today, 70% of kids quit sports by age 13. The #1 reason they quit is because they’re not having fun anymore. However, it’s NOT just the “crazy” parents & coaches who are damaging youth sports.
As a youth sports organization leader,
are you tired of hearing…
My son should have made the A-team. The tryouts are political.
My daughter deserves a lot more playing time. She should be starting.
The coach is terrible. The players are losing a year of development.
As a youth sports parent or coach,
do you worry about…
Am I pushing my athletes too hard, or not hard enough?
My player's confidence is like a rollercoaster. How can I help?
My kids might not make the team if they don't do extra skills training.
Tired Of The Drama & Complaints Once Teams Are Announced?
This simple checklist with templates will save your sanity…and your time.
Help Nervous Athletes Before Tryouts
Give parents access to materials to help their nervous athlete.
Slash Complaints After Team Selections
Fewer phone calls & emails roll in after teams are announced.
Help Families Deal With Roster Results
Link families to helpful resources regarding team selections.
The Youth Sports Solution
Getting Parents & Coaches On The Same Page With The Iceberg System
Imagine what it could be like in your organization…
You have fewer conflicts and complaints because hot button issues like playing time, team selection, and player development are addressed.
Parents understand what things hurt their child’s youth sports experience and what things often strain parent-athlete relationships.
Coaches recognize the actions that accidentally crush an athlete’s confidence or steal their love for the game.
Positive sideline behavior develops without you enforcing any new rules.
Kids have a blast and beg to play in your organization season after season.
What Makes The Iceberg system Different?
Parent & Coach Education Is Combined
Parents & coaches take the same courses, so they get on the same page about what it takes to create an amazing youth sports experience for kids. When parents & coaches work as a team, rather than against each other, associations have fewer conflicts & complaints.
Communication Is Improved
Each course in The Iceberg System has specific tools to improve the communication between athletes, parents, & coaches. When individuals are on the same page and communicating well, problems are significantly reduced in both youth sports associations and within the family.
The Program Is Easy For Everyone
The Iceberg System is made for busy people. It’s a curriculum of short online courses for parents & coaches of 3rd-8th grade athletes. Parents & coaches take ONE 30-MINUTE course per year. It’s also simple for associations to implement, making it easy for everyone.
Three simple steps
How The Process Works
Book A Chat
Upon scheduling, get FREE access to course 1. I’ll answer any questions & you’ll determine if we go to step 2.
Schedule A Group Talk
Book a 10-minute Zoom or in-person meeting with your board. Determine if The Iceberg System is a good fit.
Watch Your Association Thrive
Enjoy fewer headaches and hassles with parents & coaches as your kids love playing year after year.
What People Are Saying About The Iceberg System
“I thought these videos were awesome! I love how they are short and get right to the point. The parent-child relationship is spot-on! My kids watched lessons 1 & 3 and they were locked in and had very positive feedback.”
Boys Traveling Coordinator, Chaska Area Youth Basketball Association
“These videos were really awesome! I would love for all parents, coaches and athletes to have these!!”
Parent of 3 youth athletes
“I thought the lessons were excellent. The concise presentation of the information was very good. I thought the lessons were a fantastic summary of parent issues without being too preachy. They were a great length. Nice work!”