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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: February 20, 2019 - Issue 1315
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Event Management
The Future of Spectator Entrance
Imagine a time when fans enter your gym or stadium not by showing a ticket or an app on their phone at the door, but by sticking their finger on a scanner or by passing through a camera for face recognition. This is very likely to happen sooner than later at the college and high school athletics level, and Major League Baseball's work in this area is an example of this.
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Operations
Seven Keys to a Successful AD-Coach Relationship
While the coach is the face of the program they are leading, the athletic director has the same role for the entire athletic department. Here are seven areas where the coach and AD need to be on the same page.
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Leadership
Demonstrating Anything is Possible
This is a story of an outstanding football coach who, despite being in a wheelchair with more challenges than anyone could care to take on, successfully teaches his players on how to tackle and block and successfully execute plays on the football field.
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Sports Medicine
When Diagnosis is Elusive
Some injuries are easy to evalute and treat. But what do you do if an athlete presents with symptoms that don't point to a clear-cut diagnosis?
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Not all lightning strikes are equal. One of the most dangerous forms of lightning is in-cloud lightning, where lightning remains embedded within a cloud.
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High School News
Family philosophy leads to success among teams
Great Falls Central Catholic High School in Montana is the midst of enjoying an outstanding athletic season, and the culture established by the athletic department is a major reason for the success of this small, private school.
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Sports Medicine
Back in the Game
A battle with exertional compartment syndrome last fall threatened to keep Brooke Peters, a senior midfielder for Anderson High School in Cincinnati, off the soccer pitch permanently. However, she's back on the field this season and enjoying every minute.
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Strength & Conditioning
Charting Progress
The University of Nebraska volleyball team has been one of the most dominant squads in NCAA Division I over the past decade. A secret to its success is its use of the Husker Power Performance Index.
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