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How to Keep your Players Safe and Injury Free

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© June, 2016


by Johathan Gill
Strength and Conditioning Coach Long Island University/C.W. Post

The number one responsibility of a coach is to keep his players safe and do everything possible to keep players injury free. In the coaching profession, we know that injuries are a part of the game and it is inevitable that some players will be injured. However, we all need to ask ourselves if we are doing enough to best PROTECT our players.

In my experiences as a college coach, I have observed that a fair amount of high school athletes are proficient in basic lifts that are vital to football. However, many of these players have muscle imbalances that surround vulnerable joints (shoulders, hip ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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