Three key factors will influence the choice and placement of equipment: the safety of those using it, the space available to place it, and the functionality and flow of the room to serve your program or population.
While TBI prevention and risk-reduction science was still in its infancy, Guardian Caps realized that finding innovative ways of reducing the impact the head receives when hit would be one of the most critical components to preserving player health, and with it – this great game we all love.
In this roundtable discussion, three Ohio-based high school strength and conditioning coaches discuss their mindset and approach to hitting the reset button entering the summer, and how to help their players get back into habits befitting a championship team.
The coronavirus pandemic adds a layer of complexity that’s dependent upon meticulous planning, daily routine and efficient time management.
Trent Dilfer appears to be building an elite football program to contend for state championships. Inside the program, he is building something even greater.
Rockwall’s partnership with Atavus has put his coaching staff on the same page, inspired his players and quelled any fears voiced by parents.
Despite the physical nature of football, Vince Dooley says there are ways to make the game safer, which helps players reap the benefits of the game.
Justin Carrigan and the University of Texas-Permian Basin embraced the Atavus shoulder-led tackling system, and their results are speaking for themselves.
When Trent Dilfer and Lipscomb Academy committed to teaching shoulder-led tackling, they committed to re-inventing how the Mustangs play the game.
This interassociation document provides a roadmap for all participating institutions to put best practices in place and ensure the safety of our student-athletes.
Whether it’s helmets custom-fit to each player, shoulder pads, shoes or any other equipment, custom equipment leads to better performance and safety.
The NCAA football rules committee met in Indianapolis in late February and voted to recommend a number of changes for the 2019 season.
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