Joshua Ross

Joshua is married with three active children. He has experienced the good, the bad, and the politics of youth sports as a coach (12 years youth basketball coach) and a parent. All three kids have played soccer (Competitive, Development Academy, ECNL, High School) and basketball (Competitive & High School).

Joshua is a co-founder at StriveFar, a marketplace connecting athletes with coaches for individual and small group training. Joshua has taught as an adjunct professor at the University of Denver since 2008. Joshua holds an undergraduate degree in Communication from the University of Colorado and an MBA in IT from the University of Denver.

Many professional and accomplished athletes call Colorado home after their sports career ends. Why not settle down and grow roots in Colorado? Colorado has 300 days of sun annually, a vibrant food scene, year round outdoor activities, and the Denver Broncos, Colorado Rapids, Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, Denver Outlaws, andRead More →

basketball tryouts

Try.Out | /triout/ A test of the potential of someone or something, especially in the context of entertainment or sports. Youth sports tryouts are a stressful time for both the athlete and the parent. Tryouts are a time of uncertainty, pressure, politics – the “not so great” part of youthRead More →