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The Secret Weapon that Successful Coaches use to Start a Season Strong, while the Competition is Left Standing Still

Successful coaches have a developed strategy for facilitating a championship season. They don’t just rely on good players and luck. The strategy is in motion long before the season begins, and this “secret weapon” is helping their teams fly through the starting line at a strong pace, while the competition is left standing still. Here …

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How to BE READY for Ski Season, whether you’re a First-Timer or a Pro!

Wondering what you can do to be ready for skiing or snowboarding?  As the season gets underway, many of us are now thinking about what we can do to make the transition easier on our bodies. Whether you’re a pro and you work on the mountain, or a first-timer considering lessons, there are a few …

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3 Ways Skiers and Snowboarders Should Prepare for Winter

  This time of year, seasonal athletes start thinking about how to prepare for Winter.  Passionate skiers and snowboarders anticipate the opening of their favorite ski areas, and they might even don their hats as instructors, patrollers, racers, or resort workers. If you haven’t been on the snow for several months, what should you do …

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Why Female Athletes Have More ACL Injuries

Female athletes rupture their anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) more frequently than males…nearly 6-8 times more! The most common sports in which female athletes suffer ACL injuries are soccer and basketball, primarily because of the jumping, landing, and quick direction-changes involved in these sports. To explain why so many of our young female athletes are enduring …

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