The Most Intimidating Pre-Game Ritual in Sports: the Haka Dance + MORE

The Most Intimidating Pre-Game Ritual in Sports: the Haka Dance + MORE
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SmartTeams™ Website Offers Innovative Way to Increase Athletes’ Concussion Reporting + MORE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Concord, MA.  September 13, 2016.  Just in time for the fall sports season, MomsTEAM Institute, a leading child protection in sports education and advocacy non-profit, has launched a new website designed to improve concussion safety by showing how the immediate reporting .... 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 »

3 Life Skills that Playing Sports will Teach Your Child

This post is sponsored by Genius of Play, a one-stop source for play ideas that build real skills. Perhaps you’ve heard over and over about the life skills that playing sports will teach your child. I believe very strongly that it offers a golden opportunity for parents and coaches to help d.... More »
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How Sports Parents Can Motivate Kids Without Pressuring Them + MORE

Lisa Cohn here from The Ultimate Sports Parent. Just yesterday, my 7-year-old told me he didn’t want to go to gymnastics. He said he didn’t like doing the warm-up exercises and wasn’t going to go any more. But I know he loves his gymnastics class… I had a few options here. One, tell him.... More »
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The Shortest Workout Part 2: Blood Flow Restriction Exercise + MORE

By Dev Mishra, M.D. President, Sideline Sports Doc Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University Key Points: Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) training involves use of KAATSU bands or pressure cuffs to temporarily restrict blood flow during resistance exercises This type of tra.... More »

The discussion around sports-related concussion will undoubtedly gain a new head of steam in December, when the new Will Smith
movie, "Concussion", hits theaters. The film focuses on the true story of Dr.
Bennet Omalu’s discovery of CTE, a devastating neurological disease with links
to hits to the head in football…

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Why Youth Teams Should Ban Smartphones and Similar Mobile Devices in Locker Rooms
By Doug Abrams
About 15 years ago, I was a local high school hockey team’s goaltending coach. On the bench during a game, I noticed that a player had unbuckled his helmet and was talking on his cell phone in between line shifts…

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If we get together as a family ten times a year, we might choose healthy options on nine of ‘em. But not this holiday. Not Thanksgiving. On Thanksgiving, we eat with ‘em. On Thanksgiving, we drink with ‘em. On Thanksgiving, we unbutton that top button because we can! …to paraphrase Olympic Gold Medal Winner, Herb […] The post Getting Back to Your Fitness Goals after Thanksgiving appeared first on CoachUp Blog.

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flag football tournaments 1448366672 1974555018 The Most Intimidating Pre Game Ritual in Sports: the Haka Dance + MOREWhat the Yankees are to baseball, the New Zealand All Blacks are to rugby. In addition to an impressive history of victories, the All Blacks bring the most intimidating pre-game ritual in all of sports with their Haka Dance.
Imagine you’re a rugby player from another country, and you’re playing the All Blacks in an international competition…

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The Case Keenum Case: Why It Matters

– theconcussionblog.com

Adam Schefter said it well on ESPN this morning “This is an abject failure,” in referring to this: To recap, Case Keenum allowed to play after what you see In video, didn't miss a snap. Utterly ridiculous, @nfl pic.twitter.com/XMk8rpJn0x —… Continue reading →

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