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"WHERE YOU CAN CHOOSE YOUR TEAM AND COMPETE WITH YOUR FRIENDS!"
CLASSICS EAGLES DIRECTOR MESSAGE

"WE DON'T DO IT ALONE"

THANK YOU TO ALL WHO MAKE THE SEASON POSSIBLE
ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT WHAT IS NEXT FOR YOUR CHILD OR TEAM FOR THE SPRING 2021 OR FALL 2021 SEASON?
IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY IN A RECREATIONAL PROGRAM AND HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT MOVING YOUR CHILD OR TEAM UP TO THE NEXT LEVEL OF SOCCER, CONTACT US!

TONY EARP, CLASSICS EAGLES DIRECTOR, CAN ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS AND DISCUSS OPTIONS. 

SCHEDULE A PHONE CALL TODAY!

tearp@superkickcolumbus.com / 614.843.1583
CAN PARENTS BE OBJECTIVE?
No. Parents cannot be objective when it comes to their child. Now being a dad, I already know I will never be completely objective when it comes to my kids. My opinions about them or reactions to situations involving them will always be influenced by the fact that they are my kids. Even when consciously trying to be objective, parents still fall short as they cannot sever all emotion when it comes to their child. To not have any type of bias for their child is a completely unrealistic and unreasonable expectation to put on a parent. Read more!
CLASSICS EAGLES JUNIORS
WINTER SOCCER PROGRAM
FOR U5 to U8 KIDS BORN 2016 to 2013

JANUARY / FEBRUARY CLASSES HAVE LIMITED SPACE!
Kids love to play, learn and have fun with their friends. Classics Eagles Juniors provides the opportunity for kids to continue to learn new soccer skills through the winter months and play games with friends. Join us for 6 weeks of fun and development!

With a focus on individual skills and confidence with the ball, the CE Juniors program lays a strong foundation for all kids who want to have more success and fun on the soccer field.


JANUARY / FEBRUARY PROGRAM HAS LIMITED SPACE LEFT!
CLASSICS EAGLES WINTER TRAINING SERIES
SINGLE FOOT - IN & OUT
8x - 30 SECOND ROUNDS
CHANGE FOOT EACH ROUND
SINGLE FOOT - SIDE TO SIDE
8x - 30 SECOND ROUNDS
CHANGE FOOT EACH ROUND
CLASSICS EAGLES IS LOOKING FOR PLAYERS IN THE FOLLOWING AGE GROUPS (BIRTH YEARS) FOR THE SPRING 2021 SEASON:

2011 GIRLS

2010 GIRLS

2010 BOYS

2009 BOYS

2009 GIRLS

2002/2003 GIRLS

CLASSICS EAGLES IS A COMMUNITY BASED SOCCER PROGRAM IN THE OLENTANGY AREA. OUR TEAMS COMPETE IN LOCAL LEAGUES AND ARE LED BY PARENT COACHES WHO ARE PROFESSIONALLY ASSISTED.
MANAGING TYPE 1 DIABETES
IN YOUNG ATHLETES

November marked National Diabetes Awareness Month, and with this came an increase in consciousness and available resources related to this disease. In this article, we will focus on type 1 diabetes, which typically begins before adulthood. 
 
For individuals with this autoimmune disorder, the body is not able to effectively produce the insulin needed to regulate blood sugar levels because the immune system destroys the cells that make insulin.  
 
Potential symptoms of type 1 diabetes include the following:  
 
  • Excessive thirst
  • Frequent urination
  • Increased hunger
  • Fatigue
  • Blurry vision
  • Unexplained weight loss
 
Our muscles need sugar or glucose as energy for any physical activity. When exercising, the body releases more sugar to meet the increased demand for energy. This extra sugar release in the blood can pose a problem for those who do not have enough insulin to help regulate or reduce the concentration of glucose in the blood, which can lead to high blood glucose levels known as hyperglycemia.  
 
Although children with diabetes can participate safely in sports, they need to take a few extra steps to monitor their condition. Blood sugar levels may need to be checked before exercise. Insulin dosages may need to be adjusted before rigorous exercise or sport to prevent low blood sugar levels. Having extra sugary snacks on hand during activity also may be needed to prevent low blood sugar during exercise.
 
Click here to learn more tips to help your child manage diabetes symptoms safely while participating in sports.  
 
Please note, this information is intended to raise awareness about diabetes. If your child is exhibiting the symptoms above or has been diagnosed with diabetes, communicate with your child’s doctor to determine their best course of treatment. 



Orthopedic ONE Clinic Hours:
 
  • Mondays from 4:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. at SuperKick - with Chris Kent, PT, AT

Please continue to utilize the Orthopedic ONE Sports Injury Hotline at 614-827-8210 for sports injury concerns requiring an immediate response.
 
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