October 05, 2016 1 min read

As the calendar flips to November, not only has the focus for youth football players shifted to the playoffs but for those in cold weather regions, it’s about staying warm during practices and games.

This can be a difficult task for parents. Players are already wearing a uniform and equipment so it comes down to how many extra layers are needed to stay warm.

  • Dress your child in warm but minimal layers.
  • Keep the juices flowing.
  • Bundle up during breaks.
  • Bring the heat!
  • Hands on warmth.

Cold weather is here for many areas around the country and coming for everyone else so make sure your kids are prepared for the elements. There are going to be times where it’s just unbelievably cold, but taking the right precautions can make things a lot more comfortable for your child.

Read the full article by Peter Schwartz courtesy of USA Football here


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