Kids might not become as good at their sport as their peers with more diverse experience.

Source: Howard Magazine

A growing numbers of sports physiologists, pediatricians, psychologists — even coaches and professional athletes — argue that young people who specialize in one sport before high school are more likely to get injured, stressed out or burned out than those who play multiple sports.

Moreover, they say, those kids might not become as good at their sport as their peers with more diverse experience.

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