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|Tools of the Trade: Nov. 18th, 2015 - Issue 824|
High School News
Former Athletic Director Charged with Felony
A veteran high school athletic administrator in Wisconsin was charged with fraud for unauthorized use of a school credit card.
Strength & Conditioning
Training With Weighted Compression Gear
The world of sports and fitness is ultra-competitive. Athletes pursue every type of advantage to perform and feel their best. People try everything from advanced workout regimens to performance enhancing “supplements” to gain that competitive edge. Many harmful side effects emerge from some of these tactics, but there still a few products that promote the health of athletes while maximizing performance in a safe manner.
Students Protest at Groundbreaking
At Northwestern University's ceremony to break ground on its new $260 million athletic facility, students interrupted Athletic Director Jim Phillips' speech to protest racial injustice on campus.
Height, Weight, and Uniforms
A recent article talked to female athletes at the University of Portland about the body image issues they face, from being uncomfortable in uniforms with tight shorts to being taller than other women.
From Our Pages
Nutrition for High School Athletes
Factoring in puberty, packed days, and the pressure to look a certain way, the nutritional considerations of high school athletes differ from other age groups.
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