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Bode Miller's viral kid running uphill exposes three sports parenting concerns.

Parents of athletes might have seen the well-liked Instagram video from earlier this week that featured Olympic gold medalist Bode Miller. 

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The footage shows his young child racing up a steep road. Downhill skier Miller, who once thrived in such high altitudes.

Sunday marked the debut of the new superteam for New York.

Captures the scene while he appears to be following him. The child "quit on" his soccer squad, so, in accordance with.

Sunday marked the debut of the new superteam for New York.

Miller's Instagram account, "I let him run the hill." The post stated, "For those who are concerned.

Sunday marked the debut of the new superteam for New York.

The hill running was his idea. He claimed that he didn't run during the contest. The kid is top notch. #prouddad”Others who. 

Sunday marked the debut of the new superteam for New York.

Left comments on the page praised Miller's "tough love." Others believed his apparent punishment to be excessive.

Sunday marked the debut of the new superteam for New York.

We are unaware of all the specifics or Miller's motives for sharing the video. But he has given all parents a chance to reflect. 

Sunday marked the debut of the new superteam for New York.

Let's put some of the themes he brings up into perspective:

Sunday marked the debut of the new superteam for New York.

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