"I believe in any number of activities, there's the success that comes from improving and scoring. The voices we pick out of the crowd are going to be the ones familiar to us," Dunn said. "Find out what is in the heart and soul of your child's abilities and help them achieve enjoyment, satisfaction and success."
"The physical contribution is not nearly as important, at least in our measurable way of seeing it, as the child feeling like their sport is as much an interest to mom and dad as it is to them," Dunn said. "Their interest tends to grow as those close to them are supporting them."