We spoke with Dr. Troy Smurawa, the director of sports medicine at Children’s Health Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, about competitive cheer and the physicality that’s involved.
Most parents and coaches want the best for their kids by being supportive, interactive role models, helping children have fun while reaping the benefits of playing sports. And that’s what children want out of sports too. But sometimes, adults get carried away with the excitement of a big moment.
In the colorful picture book, the US Senator (and newly-announced presidential candidate) empowers her young readers with the knowledge that superheroes are more than just caped crusaders on the big screen.