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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: August 17, 2016 - Issue 937
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Gameday Operations
Revising Tailgating
Andover (Mass.) High School is trying to bring back tailgating after the tradition was cancelled two years ago for safety reasons.
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Product Spotlight
Flywheel Training: A versatile approach
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Flywheel training applies explosive forces on muscles across multiple planes, by way of accelerating, stopping and decelerating a flywheel. These forces applied to the athlete apply a more realistic training approach while mimicking forces generated on court or field where an athlete has to rapidly speed up, stop and change direction in a split second.
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Student-Athlete Welfare
Different Kind of Pitch
When Oregon State University Athletic Director Todd Stansbury recently addressed the Corvallis Chamber of Commerce, he talked to its members about something outside the norm: Why they should hire graduating OSU student-athletes.
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Concussions
Soccer Players Test Q-Collar
Girls' soccer players from two high schools in Ohio are participating in a study on the Q-Collar, a device that is intended to reduce the risk of head injuries.
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High School News
Participation Rises Again
The number of participants in high school sports increased for the 27th consecutive year in 2015-16 according to the annual High School Athletics Participation Survey conducted by the NFHS.
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From Our Pages
Fueling Misfires
Regardless of whether it’s a quarterback looking to lead his team or a runner chasing her personal best, performance can suffer when athletes don’t get the calories they need. Two case studies show how proper intake can spark a turnaround.
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