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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: May 29th, 2015 - Issue 749
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Traditions
Number in Play
In 2005, Syracuse University retired No. 44, worn by Ernie Davis, Jim Brown, and Floyd Little. Last week, athletic administrators announced the number will be put back into the lineup.
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Global Reach
Learning Football
At New Lexington (Ohio) High School, when two European exchange students found there was no soccer team to join, they learned to play other sports--including football--instead.
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Sports Medicine
Quick Fluid Check
Researchers have developed a transdermal sensor that can provide real-time data analysis of fluid loss during exercise. Its data can then be sent to a smart phone allowing users to precisely track their hydration level.
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Facilities
Centralized Source
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With more than 300 member companies, ASBA is a national organization for builders, designers, and suppliers of materials for tennis courts, running tracks, natural and synthetic turf fields, and indoor and outdoor synthetic sports surfaces. It is recognized as a centralized source for technical information, including consumer-oriented information.
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Strength Training
Athletes and Mindful Movement: A New Era

To be a successful athlete requires focus. So wouldn’t it follow that their exercise regimen should require focus as well? This article looks at using focus to maximize an athlete’s movement potential—the era of mindful movement.
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