As a courtesy to current Program, Owner, Coach and Athlete Members with eligibility through May 31, 2020 - we are extending eligibility through July 31st. 

The membership term does not change, however due to the impact of COVID-19 we are implementing a grace period for membership renewal in order to ensure you continue to receive member benefits for an additional two months.

New members may join beginning June 1st for the new member term. Current members may also renew membership June 1st or later, but should know they will be covered through July 31st if they opt to postpone membership renewal.


USASF views athletes as the foundation of the organization and understands this a trying time, both emotionally and physically. Being away from the sport you love can leave you feeling disconnected, fearing the skills, technique and personal development you have achieved will be lost. To combat those feelings, resources have been gathered, created and shared below, and we encourage all athletes to stay connected to their coach through any online teaching they are providing. USASF has full confidence All Star Athletes will continue to grow while away from the gym or studio and will return ready to take the floor again!


Your gym or studio owner may be offering virtual training. Take advantage of the stretching, conditioning and technical aspects they are providing for you. Develop your skills and work on exploring other facets of your All Star experience.


Resources created for All Star Athletes BY All Star Athletes.

Tips for Success as Athletes Transition to Distance Learning
The transition to distance learning during social distancing can be challenging for students. Ashleigh Johnson, a current member of the Athlete Advisory Council offers suggestions and tips from her experiences as a homeschooled All Star athlete.

8 Counts to Time Management for All Star Athletes created by All Star Athletes
Between academics, practices, competitions, extracurricular activities, time with friends and socializing, an athlete’s week is jam-packed and juggling the demands can be exhausting. This document is filled with tips for how to make time for it all.

ATHLETES IN ACTION JUNIOR- New Series for Athletes in Grades 6th-8th
Is your athlete a leader-in-the-making? Due to the overwhelming success of the Athlete In Action Leadership Series (grades 9th-12th), the USASF Leadership team has developed Athletes in Action Junior- a 3-week virtual series for All Star Athletes in grades 6th-8th. Each session is a stand-alone, 1-hour class offered at two times as a benefit of membership. Registration required and sessions will not be recorded.

Athletes, check with your coach for the registration link or register directly from your USASF Member Profile.

Follow these steps:

  1. Log in to the Member Profile (or have your parents log in)
  2. Click the dropdown in the top right corner by your name (see image)
  3. Select Athletes in Action
  4. Select Register

Having a problem logging in? Click here to read our Quick Tips for accessing the membership site or contact support.

  • Friday May 22nd : Are you a leader in the making? 1:00 & 4:00 PM EST 
  • Friday May 29th : How to lead when you are not selected as the leader.  1:00 & 4:00 PM EST
  • Friday June 5th : What if others do not want me to lead? 1:00 & 4:00 PM EST


Young Adult Mental Health Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic

Mental health resources for young adults, parents and their communities to use during the COVID-19 crisis including:
  • A webinar series covering such topics as sleep & self care, self-advocacy for students and tips for communicating from home
  • Access to a blog with helpful tips for coping and managing stress
  • Live chats and discussions supporting student athlete mental health

Creating a Healthy Identity Beyond the Game

Dealing with Disappointment During Canceled/Postponed  Events

Everything Students Need to Know about Mental Health during COVID-19

Mental Health Tips from the NCAA


Protect yourself against flu and respiratory disease by practicing excellent personal hygiene. Remember to:

  • Be the steward of your own health and potential impact of any illness on others: If you are sick, stay home.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Wash hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Wash or sanitize your hands before eating.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Considering altering greetings (kissing and hugging hello and goodbye) to be cautious.