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|Tools of the Trade: April 17, 2017 - Issue 1041|
High School News
A coach who has led her girls' basketball team to two state championships and five sectional crowns has resigned in the wake of negative comments made by student-athletes' parents.
A recently published study suggests that head impact monitoring devices are more effective for protecting athletes than diagnosing concussions.
Their Future Selves
A workshop at the University of Connecticut helped athletes think about their "future self" and what they want to pursue when sports are over.
Also a Parent
Curious about the impact he had serving as an athletic trainer in the high school his children attended, Larry Cooper asked them about it. Their answers surprised him.
From Our Pages
Let It Snow
Baseball and softball programs in northern states typically spend the winter and early spring months indoors. At Michigan State University, thanks to an innovative electric heating system installed under their infields, both teams can now hold practices outdoors in January.
Football Strength & Conditioning
Gridiron toughness begins with optimal conditioning. These products will help players get bigger, faster, and stronger.
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