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Tools of the Trade
December 1, 2014 - Issue 691
Communicating Expectations
 As part of a survey titled “Parental Involvement in Children’s High School Athletics,” high school coaches and athletic directors in Wisconsin reveal their ideas on communicating expectations to parents. Read the full story...
Moccia Hired
 New Mexico State University has named Mario Moccia as its new athletic director. Read the full story...
Full Coverage
 A group consisting of the Arizona Interscholastic Association, Barrow Neurological Institute, and several charities have set a 10-year plan in motion to have athletic trainers in all Arizona high schools. Read the full story...
Ready For Bowl Season

Featured E-Zine

Hot off the press, the postseason issue of Coaching Management: Football contains feature stories on:
  • Teaching tackling with new rules on less contact during practices
  • Preventing bullying to build a stronger team
  • Roundtable discussion on total performance training programs
  • and a Q&A with Mark Duda, Lackawanna College

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Standing Up to Violence
 A high school basketball coach held an anti-gun violence rally. Read the full story...
Seeking Feedback
 The University of Pittsburgh is asking 42,000 ticket holders about the football game experience. Read the full story...
Featured Column

How Does It Work? Your Comprehensive Guide To Custom Mouthguards

By Bobbie Quinn

What happens when you place an order for custom mouthguards? How are custom guards made? And most importantly, why does that make them superior to other mouthguards?

Lets take a brief moment to pause from the season and walk through the process of custom mouthguards...

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In the Spotlight
 Here’s a rundown of the events and programs that made up the NYSATA’s second annual Athletic Trainers Recognition Week in October. Read the full story...
The Bigger Story
 In the pages of T&C earlier this year, we profiled the NYSATA’s strategic plan for promoting the athletic training profession. Read the full story...
More Awareness Needed
 Headlines were made this past summer when two high school football athletes died from exercise associated hyponatremia (EAH) after drinking too much fluid. In response, an international group of experts on hydration and EAH are putting together a conference and planning a consensus meeting. Read the full story...
Product Showcase
NFHS/NIAAA Preview  The 45th National Athletic Directors Conference and 38th annual National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association Annual Meetings will be held December 13-16 in National Harbor, Md.
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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.

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Going the Distance
 A high school track and field coach will walk 250 miles from his school’s track to Florida State University to raise money for track improvements. Read the full story...
Recovered & Ready
 Eyeing a deep run in March Madness, the strength and conditioning staff for the Wisconsin men’s basketball team is focusing on in-season recovery. Read the full story...
Post-Match Moment
 A Minnesota high school wrestler lost a match, but won respect after he hugged his opponent’s cancer-stricken father. Read the full story...
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