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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

Most training programs don't include many horizontally directed exercises. Think about it. Squats, deadlifts, cleans, split squats — these all see the athlete move up and down as opposed to forward and back....

source: STACK

Looking to provide some clarification for the sometimes ambiguous targeting rule, coaches taking part in the annual American Football Coaches Association Convention have put forth a proposal that would create a two-fold penalty....

source: Orlando Sentinel

High school football players may be putting more than just a college scholarship on the line when they step onto the field. A study published in the November issue of Neurobiology of Disease indicates that playing one season of high...

source: The Chronicle

The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association has a message for parents of high school student-athletes: cool it. WIAA director Dave Anderson, in conjunction with the National Federation of High...

source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Student-athletes from Florida's Northeast High School in Oakland Park got a special treat when they were visited by members of the Student ACES organization and learned all about leadership and character building. About 120 student-athletes...

source: Sun Sentinel


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