Some of the many benefits of playing multiple sports include fewer overuse injuries, improved decision-making skills and mental health, better overall athleticism, a more diverse peer social network, and exposure to different coaching styles.
Spring football can be a good time to introduce new preventative measures. The novelty of new programming can be a relative distraction in the fall, but that is less of a concern during spring practice.
Have you ever exercise so hard that you couldn’t catch your breath? For some, this feeling is simply derived from over-exertion. For others, including many athletes who play football, it comes from asthma. This article provides key asthma educational information to help coaches learn more about this common respiratory affliction.
Fractures of the collar bone, or clavicle, are among the most common fractures encountered in contact or collision sports. Football is no exception.