Sport has the potential to enrich us culturally as well as individually. The Greek philosopher Plato lauded sport as being able to impact the human experience in multiple ways, the most important of which was a deepening of the mind body connection (Pisk, 2006). Modern sport philosophers, researchers, and educators continue to highlight the many potential benefits of sport engagement (e.g. Aspen Institute, 2015; Bailey et al., 2010; Canadian Sport Centers, n.d.). Unfortunately, the multiple, complex, and often competing motivations, ever-escalating expectations of modern sport, and perception of high outcome gains have resulted in well-documented escalating pressures and challenges that threaten the integrity of our sports culture and the safety of our athletes, as well as the quality of our sports experiences.