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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: July 19, 2017 - Issue 1080
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High School News
How Common Is HS Recruiting?
A survey of high school coaches in Alabama found that 79 percent believe recruiting is widespread in the state. But less than 10 percent admit to recruiting and only 20 percent say they have lost a player to recruiting.
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Excellence In Innovation
Physiclo Pro Resistance Activewear
Physiclo is a revolutionary line of workout clothes with a patented resistance technology system that helps push athletes to improve their workouts and conditioning.
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Sports Medicine
On the Chopping Block
State budget cuts to the University of South Florida could leave area high schools short on athletic training coverage.
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Company News
Learn how to assess and prevent heat-related illnesses
The key to preventing heat-related illnesses is balancing all the factors that influence body temperature so that the body temperature stays within a safe range. Here are ways to achieve this.
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Academic Support
Starting in the Middle
Temple (Texas) Independent School District will provide athletes with academic mentoring and supervision beginning at the middle school level to help them stay on track to be eligible for college sports.
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Company News
Steps to Preventing Dehydration and Heat Exhaustion
For many of us, summer means warm weather, sweat and sun. But with the heat also comes the health hazards. In the warmer months, it’s more important than ever to stay hydrated and avoid prolonged exposure to the heat and sun.
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College News
Wiegandt to Lead D2 ADA
Scott Wiegandt, Athletic Director at Bellarmine University has been selected to serve as President of the Division 2 Athletic Directors Association.
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