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The future of sports injury rehabilitation
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NHSCA Sports Hour features Temple University wrestling team
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Tune in to today's NHSCA Sports Hour at 6 p.m. Eastern. Host Jeff Fisher will be talking with Kurt Paroly, head coach of Temple University's wrestling club that is hitting the mats in January. Fisher will also talk with the captain of the team Mike Molz. You can listen to the show at ArtistFirst.com/nhsca.htm.
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NCAA looks to protect the many as a few gain autonomy
USA Today
As the NCAA's wealthiest conferences prepare to make use of increased autonomy to provide unprecedented benefits to athletes, NCAA president Mark Emmert said it is important to "make sure the success of the 3 percent doesn't come at the cost of the 97 percent — and vice versa." As part of the changes, athletic directors will assume more prominent roles in enacting policy.
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For the ultimate hydration, finish your workout with ... milk?
BDCwire
Forget Gatorade, with its added sugar and unfortunate glow-in-the-dark sweat side effects. Forget water, with its lack of added nutrients and bland taste. Neither sugary sports drinks nor water hold a candle to a nice glass of milk for post-workout hydration, according to a new study.
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Schoolchildren are failing to exercise properly because they are worried about sweating
The Independent
More than half of all secondary schoolchildren in a British study are not exercising properly because they are worried about showering, new research has suggested. The study, published by the European Journal of Sports Sciences, found that more than half of all schoolboys and two thirds of girls do not shower after games lessons. Researchers suggested that children may be less active — affecting their health — because they are concerned about needing a shower.
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In 1st appearance at NCAA Convention, student-athletes make an impact
Associations Now
College sports' governing body gathered for its annual convention recently, and for the first time in its 109-year history, student-athletes had a seat at the table. One student volunteer leader shared his experience.
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The rising costs of youth sports, in money and emotion
The New York Times
With travel teams and indoor versions of outdoor sports now in full swing, some former top athletes and even the coaches who feed parents' obsessions are encouraging caution. The willingness to spend heavily — in money, time, emotion and a childhood — needs to be looked at more carefully, they say.
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6 real culprits that are making American kids fat
MarketWatch
There's no question that America's youth is fatter than ever: Obesity rates have more than doubled in children and quadrupled in adolescents, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But what's behind this supersizing of our kids? Here are six charts and tables that speak to what experts say could be the real culprit.
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Southern California coach suspended after team wins 161-2
San Bernardino Sun via Contra Costa Times
A Southern California girl's high school basketball coach was suspended after his team won 161-2, in one of the most lopsided games in state history. Michael Anderson, head coach of Arroyo Valley High School, was suspended for two games following the blowout over Bloomington High. Bloomington had already lost one game this season by 91 points and Arroyo Valley had already won games by 73, 81, 74 and 98 points, when the two teams met.
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How German national team used wearable technology to win World Cup
GeekWire
Leading up to last year's World Cup, the German team wore small devices during practice to monitor everything from speed, distance, and heart rate of each player. Norman and his colleagues would crunch the data after training sessions and see how exactly each athlete performed. Coaches then used the information to plan future workouts more effectively and make better personnel decisions.
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Louisiana association urges caution in all-sport split
The Times
The Louisiana High School Athletics Association leadership urged member schools to proceed cautiouslywhen considering a split between select and non-select schools in four sports in addition to football. Football has been split into nine state championships (four select, five non-select) for the past two years, and now proposals are on the agenda that could split boys basketball, girls basketball, baseball and softball into select and non-select championships.
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Brawl at Texas basketball game leads to double forfeit
Teague Chronicle
After a fight suspended play during the first quarter of the varsity basketball game between Texas' Teague and Bruceville-Eddy in early January, the game has been determined a double forfeit and new restrictions are in place when the two teams meet again Jan. 30. The game was suspended with 24 seconds left in the first quarter after a fight broke out on the court and a Bruceville-Eddy fan came down from the stands and allegedly assaulted a Teague player on the court.
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