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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: May 16, 2018 - Issue 1204
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Leadership
Search Draws Controversy
At the University of Maryland, some boosters are expressing concern over how the school is handling the search for a new athletic director.
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Company News
Meeting Demands for Training & Therapy
For nearly 40 years, OPTP (Orthopedic Physical Therapy Products) has been delivering innovative and dependable tools to meet customer demands.
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Basketball
NFHS Changes Unveiled
The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) has announced rules changes for high school basketball. They do not include the addition of a shot clock, as recommended by USA Basketball.
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Enhance Athletes’ Exercise Routines
Coaches and athletic trainers can now offer their athletes better alignment, posture, and joint support throughout a variety of movements and exercise routines with the Performance Wedge from OPTP.
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Football
Two-State Co-op
To be able to field a football team next fall, two high schools will cross state lines and time zones to form a combined squad.
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High school uses Watchfire video display on the field in the classroom
The Villages Charter School launched a curriculum that utilizes the school’s football program and a 19mm Watchfire live video display.
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Strategic Planning
Saint Peter's Cuts Sports
Saint Peter's University has announced the discontinuation of three of its NCAA Division I programs--women's bowling and men's and women's tennis.
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From Our Pages
Managed Approach
Prescribing the right workload in training can make the difference between success and failure for an athlete. To get there, avoid these six common programming errors.
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