Repost: Matt Chaney’s Take on Heads Up Football + MORE

Repost: Matt Chaney’s Take on Heads Up Football + MORE

Here’s the Secret to Breaking Bad Habits! + MORE

Breaking bad habits is like building muscle; it takes time and persistence. This short video gives some very practical steps on how to break bad habits. You can break those bad parenting habits with a little work! In order to break the bad, you need to replace with new. My new book, 11 Habits of Ha.... More »

2014 NFL Concussion Report: Week 1

The Concussion Blog Original, NFL Concussion Report, is a weekly compiling of the reported head injuries in the National Football League.  Concussions are added to the list each week from multiple sources to give you the reader a picture of what is happening on the field.  Each week we will bring .... More »

INNOVATIONS IN SPORTS: How to Be at the Game When You Can’t…. + MORE

3 Ways to Show You Care When You Can’t Make it to the Game By Kathleen Burke, TeamSnap Between the time it takes readying kids for school, helping with homework, keeping the family fed and, oh yeah, going to work, sometimes no matter how hard you try to plan ahead, getting to your child’s sp.... More »

12 Tips for Making a Recruiting Video for Your Athlete + MORE

If your child has aspirations to play in college, you may have already started making videos for schools. When my daughter was playing softball in high school, my husband began recording her as she played, and set out to make a video for college coaches. We sent it to several schools, and the poor r.... More »
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Coach Spotlight Series: Artie Gigantino + MORE

We’re back! After a week off for the holidays, we’re so pleased to present our interview Coach Artie for this week’s spotlight. Artie trains as a football coach out of Walnut Creek, California — he was the defensive coordinator and linebacker coach at Cal + USC, as well as.... More »

Friday Night Tykes–What a Nightmare!!!

– InstituteForSportCoaching.com

Friday Night Tykes shows scary outcomes of untrained coaches
It’s quite simple: a well-trained coach leads to successful, healthy and confident players, while a poorly trained coach results in a team that does not reach its potential. The consequence of a coach that hasn’t undergone proper training isn’t only a lack of wins, but also an increase of injuries -a fact that is made more obvious by Esquire Network’s new docu-series, Friday Night Tykes…

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ITHACA, N.Y. – Remember that slim kid in school – the one with the cook-from-scratch mom? He’s likely one of the fittest dudes at your high school reunion according to new research from Cornell University, published online in the journal PLOS ONE.

"One of the best safeguards against your children becoming overweight as adults is how involved you are with their lives," says Cornell’s Brian Wansink, professor in the Charles H…

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 1393062502 163221275 Repost: Matt Chaney’s Take on Heads Up Football + MOREAs strange as it may sound, when it comes to performance and health, many coaches can manage their cars better than they can manage their players.  Every time their car goes into the shop, a full history of diagnostic tests, odometer readings, scheduled maintenance recommendations and past problems are available from a few keystrokes of the service computer system…

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Our kids had no choice when they came into this world. They couldn’t line up prospective dads, and choose which dad they thought would be the best for them. If your kids had a choice, would they pick you?
Tomorrow the NFL holds its annual combine, where more than 300 NFL prospects will perform physical and mental tests in front of NFL teams…

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The following was posted here on TCB 10/24/13, I feel with the traffic it has been garnering that it should be reposted at the top of the cue for the time being.  It is worth comment and questions… The post below is from Matt Chaney’s Blog, re-posted (in part) here with his permission.  We are […]

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national flag football tournament 1393062502 1620981036 Repost: Matt Chaney’s Take on Heads Up Football + MOREIf you visit any gym, weight room or running track, you are sure to see the same critical training device being worn by athletes of all ages – a pair of headphones connected to their portable music.  Without it, workouts seem out of sync, longer and more difficult.  Researchers have told us for years that there is a motivational link between exercise and music, but an interesting new study has now discovered that the connection goes even deeper, especially when an athlete can create his or her own beat…

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youth flag football tournaments 1393062501 1590659084 Repost: Matt Chaney’s Take on Heads Up Football + MOREIn the new era of “bigger is better” in youth and high school sports, strength and conditioning programs emphasize muscle development over pure size. However, many kids get the formula wrong and simply bulk up with protein shakes, fast food and not enough movement.While we don’t typically think of athletes struggling with weight issues, they face the same battle as the general public in making the right choices and understanding their body’s unique metabolism…

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Dear Time and Readers…

– theconcussionblog.com

What in the world has happened?  It seems like months ago I was in New York on a huge stage sharing my opinion on athletic training and concussions; in particular secondary schools and adolescents.  Now looking at the blog I have realized it has been some time since posting. I would be lying if I […]

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national flag football tournament 1393062501 1474355220 Repost: Matt Chaney’s Take on Heads Up Football + MOREU.S. Head Coach Jürgen KlinsmannJürgen Klinsmann understands what it takes to compete in a World Cup.  With eleven goals for the German national team across the 1990, 1994 and 1998 tournaments, he is still the sixth leading goalscorer in World Cup history. As he prepares the U.S. men’s national team for this year’s trip to Brazil, his message of preparation begins with world-class fitness…

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junior football tournaments 1393062500 1108461632 Repost: Matt Chaney’s Take on Heads Up Football + MOREI had an instructor in my EMT (emergency medical technician) course who was a veteran paramedic/firefighter. He’d been on thousands of 911 calls, but he insisted he had never run one where he’d done everything to perfection.
He had great outcomes, saved plenty of lives and was a consummate professional, but he was positive he could have improved at least one aspect of every call…

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