Archive for Features

Dealing With A Losing Season Is Just A Matter Of Perspective For Football Coaches

Dealing With A Losing Season Is Just A Matter Of Perspective For Football Coaches

October 16, 2013 No Comments

Football is a zero-sum game. For one team to win, unfortunately, someone else has to lose. As football coaches, we are sometimes faced with adversity that we have absolutely no control over. This adversity sometimes causes us to be on the wrong end of that zero-sum equation more often than we, the school administrators and […]

Cramer Products To Introduce Line Of Football Protective Apparel

Cramer Products To Introduce Line Of Football Protective Apparel

October 16, 2013 No Comments

Cramer Products, an industry leader in the manufacturing and marketing of sports medicine and physical education products, is expanding its offerings to include apparel – a first in the company’s 95-year history. Effective with the fall 2014 football season, Cramer will offer protective football apparel including girdles, shirts, jerseys and pants that are produced by […]

NFL And Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner Urges Parents to Play It Safe

NFL And Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner Urges Parents to Play It Safe

October 11, 2013 No Comments

Unequal Technologies and NFL MVP Kurt Warner have announced plans for a new initiative called Play It Safe that’s aimed at providing education to help make contact sports safer for amateur athletes. Unequal CEO Rob Vito, Warner, and state legislators including Pennsylvania Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi and Rep. Stephen Barrar highlighted the importance of […]

ImPACT, King-Devick Test Partner To Support Multifaceted Concussion Management

ImPACT, King-Devick Test Partner To Support Multifaceted Concussion Management

October 10, 2013 No Comments

ImPACT Applications Inc. announced a partnership with King-Devick (K-D) Test to promote a multidimensional approach to assessing concussions in athletes. K-D Test is a rapid and easy-to-administer sideline assessment tool for the evaluation of impaired eye movements, language, concentration and neurological functions that are a result of concussion. The partnership announcement coincides with new independent […]

Pop Warner Joins Youth Sports Organizations, Health Leaders To Launch Sports Concussion Partnership

Pop Warner Joins Youth Sports Organizations, Health Leaders To Launch Sports Concussion Partnership

October 8, 2013 No Comments

A number of the nation’s most prominent youth sports organizations will be partnering with concussion specialists, sports medicine professionals and leaders at other levels of sports to create an unprecedented coalition to prevent and manage concussions among young athletes. The National Sports Concussion Coalition expects to be the most comprehensive alliance of its kind, with […]

Riddell, TGen Partner With Arizona State On Promising Concusion Study

Riddell, TGen Partner With Arizona State On Promising Concusion Study

October 8, 2013 1 Comment

Helmet manufacturer Riddell announced that the Pac-12’s Arizona State University and its Sun Devil football program will participate as the first university research partner in a new study designed to advance athlete concussion detection and treatment. This potentially groundbreaking joint research project is the first of its kind to combine molecular information with the monitoring […]

Mobile Technology Sharpens Winning Edge For Football Coaches

Mobile Technology Sharpens Winning Edge For Football Coaches

October 8, 2013 No Comments

Charlie Coiner knows football coaching. As a veteran coach at all levels of the game, he has special insight into the daily trials and tribulations faced by football coaches across the nation. He understands that coaching football is an extremely demanding job, whether it’s coaching players in a youth league or at the most elite […]

New Process Implemented For Targeting Fouls Review

New Process Implemented For Targeting Fouls Review

October 7, 2013 No Comments

Football referees will now stop games to immediately review when players are penalized and face ejection for targeting defenseless opponents above the shoulders or using the crown of the helmet to contact an opponent. This new review process will only impact games that have instant replay capability. Rogers Redding, NCAA football secretary-rules editor and national […]

Unequal Technologies, NFL MVP Kurt Warner Partner To Introduce Play It Safe Initiative For Youth Football

Unequal Technologies, NFL MVP Kurt Warner Partner To Introduce Play It Safe Initiative For Youth Football

October 4, 2013 No Comments

Football protective equipment maker Unequal Technologies, NFL and Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner, and other key dignitaries from Pennsylvania will launch the Play It Safe initiative for youth football on Tuesday, October 8. Unequal is currently making the most innovative military-grade football protective equipment fortified with Kevlar® and Accelleron® on the market today. A ribbon-cutting […]

Teach Your Players To Play Fast

Teach Your Players To Play Fast

September 27, 2013 No Comments

One of the hardest things to do as a football coach at any level is to teach your players to play fast. We all understand the value of team speed and how it can help your football team.We normally think of speed as a physical trait that our team either has or doesn’t. Coaches constantly […]

Page 10 of 39« First...«89101112»2030...Last »

Mor4Designs Helps Coaches Brand Their Environment

With over 20 years experience as a teacher, coach and high school administrator, Dave Morford knows what it takes...

GForceTracker Is First Hit-Count Certified Head Impact Sensor

GForceTracker (GFT) announced they are the first sensor company to be Hit Count Certified by the Boston-based Sports Legacy...

Myogauge Brings Data To Strength, Recovery

When a football player receives an injury of any type, especially one that affects the cervical area, it is...

Hammer Strength Clinics Give Edge

Hammer Strength Clinics are now fully under way for football coaches across the U.S. Coaches can now attend a...