Bending The Rules

As many recreational athletic administrators know, the most difficult programs to create are for teenagers. There is something about peer pressure, pursuing a job and the discovery of independence that pulls young adults away from recreational programs. Attempting to form leagues and teams becomes difficult, and spells doom for some of them. Albert Einstein’s definition of insanity applies well to programming for teenagers: “Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Oftentimes, recreation programmers fall into …


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