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Tools of the Trade
September 8, 2014 - Issue 679
Addressing Sexual Assault
 The NCAA has developed a handbook for schools to help them understand their responsibilities regarding sexual assault. Read the full story...
Fan Unrest Stops Game
 An Ohio high school football game was called after multiple fights in the stands occurred. Read the full story...
Eye in the Sky
 Borrowing a page from the U.S. military, some football coaches are using drones to help them film practices, with athletic marketing departments also using the equipment. Read the full story...
Case Study

Small Footprint, Large Results

Pilates and mindful movement principles of core strength and increased flexibility has made them an invaluable conditioning tool for competitive athletes all over the world. The number of professional teams in the NBA, MLB, NFL, and NHL using Pilates and mindful movement as a critical adjunct to their strength and conditioning program continues to rapidly escalate.

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Native Mascots
 There are more than 2,000 teams with Native American mascot names, and a majority of them are at the high school level. Read the full story...
AD Resigns After Comments
 The athletic director at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock resigned after comments he made while sitting in the stands were picked up by a microphone. Read the full story...
Case Study
Developing Confidence  There is no question that self-confidence plays a key role in how well athletes perform. Whether the athlete is a professional ball player or a middle school child who just joined the team, self-confidence doesn't always come naturally to everyone.
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Data Driven
 With the ability to monitor 1,000 unique data points per second on things such as a player’s maximum speed, distance run, and total workload, the Catapult GPS system is being embraced by many college football teams. Here’s a look at who’s using it and how. Read the full story...
Equipment Change
 In Virginia, a high school is changing all its football helmets due to safety concerns. Read the full story...
Sudden Loss
 While running sprints for being late to practice, a high school football player collapsed and died. Read the full story...
Product Showcase
Locker Rooms  As a home-away-from-home for your athletes, the locker room needs to be comfortable and safe. The following products can help meet your design and equipment needs
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Online Buyer's Guide
Our online Buyer's Guide features a customized pages for companies advertising in our 2014 Buyer's Guide, including interactive links, product images, and more detailed product listings. Here are links to four companies featured in our Guide:
The Right Stuff
RGC Glass
Robbins Inc.

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Access a Positive
 Allowing NCAA Division I football coaches more access to recruits in the offseason may pay dividends on the field. Read the full story...
Keeping His Whistle
 In Arizona, a high school football coach with three state titles under his belt turned down a job as an athletic director to take over a struggling program. Read the full story...
Honorable Mention Profile
 Read about one of our honorable mentions for the Most Valuable Athletic Training Award: Amy Rust, Athletic Trainer at Tempe (Ariz.) Preparatory Academy. Read the full story...
Heat for the Hamstring
The new Hammy Series models are like traditional Stromgren 75-percent nylon/25-percent Lycra compression shorts, but with a neoprene liner in the back of each leg.
Unparalleled Facilities
The Disney Sports team puts on more than 200 events each year at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
Build Strong Athletes
Train your athletes before the games begin with Rogers Athletic strength-training equipment.
High-Quality Courses
With more choices than ever, the University of South Dakota has the higher education experience for you.
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