Critical Checklists For Keeping Players Injury Free And On The Field
© April, 2005
by Richard P. Borkowski, Ed. D., C.M.A.A. Sport And Recreation Safety Consultant, Narberth, Pa.
THIS ARTICLE IS about “X’s” and “O’s.” It’s about ways to lower the chance of injury to each and every red blooded “X “and “O” that steps on the field. Reducing the number of injuries also keeps coaches on the playing field and out of court. Today’s litigious explosion has not missed the world of athletics.
There are no trophies for running a safe football program. Fans don’t stand up and yell “We’re number one – in safety!” Yet, reducing the chance of injury is a primary duty of coaches at all levels of competition.
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