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It's not just football: Concussions are happening all over sports

With participation in sports at an all-time high, injuries are certain to rise as well. Among the more notable injuries are concussions, which affect a wide spectrum of student-athletes and professionals. While football-related concussions...

source: By Bob Kowalski
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The NHSCA Sports Hour is broadcast every Thursday at 6 p.m. Eastern time with host Jeff Fisher at artistfirst.com/nhsca.com.

source: NHSCA

New research identifies differences between men and women in their preferences for maintaining comfort both while exercising and in recovery. The results could one day guide the development of new athletic apparel. The human body has...

source: Futurity

Many older athletes say they wished they'd recovered more when they were younger. Recovery entails various habits and practices, but it doesn’t mean lying on the couch and watching television. Nutrition, hydration and sleep all are needed for recovery.

source: The Gazette

Since the adaptations caused by low-rep strength work are largely neural, many athletes who lift mainly in the 1-5-rep range never come close to maxing out their muscular development despite possessing decent relative strength. Would some...

source: STACK

It’s admirable to have great expectations — whether in your personal life or your professional...

source: By Anne Rose

Every athlete’s recruiting journey is different, but most recruits face similar circumstances and challenges. If you believe that you have the talent to play in college and you’re a good student and a good teammate, then here are 10 simple recruiting tips that...

source: USA Today


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