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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: June 17, 2016 - Issue 911
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High School News
Back to Metal
Earlier this week, the North Dakota High School Activities Association approved the use of metal bats for Class A baseball. The division had moved to wood bats in 2007.
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TheraBand® CLX™ Consecutive Loops
TheraBand is breaking new ground with its latex-free CLX Consecutive Loops. Never before has resistance training been so versatile, so simple, and so effective.
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Student-Athlete Welfare
Tackling Time Demands
The Ivy League has passed new legislation that mandates no athletic activity for a specific period of time both following road trips and at season's end.
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New Research
Tests May Predict Injuries
A recent study suggests that certain physical performance tests can predict injuries among college student-athletes.
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Leadership
Foley to Retire
After 40 years working for the University of Florida, Athletic Director Jeremy Foley will retire Oct. 1. He talked to Athletic Management about how to "direct success" in this article.
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Sports Medicine
Seven to be Inducted into NATA Hall
In one week, the NATA will be handing out coveted green jackets to seven new inductees into its Hall of Fame. Here's a closer look at the honorees.
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