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Keeping the head out of tackling

Keeping the head out of tackling

The importance of keeping your head out of tackling has been proven. AYF’s standard of shoulder tackling accomplishes a "Head Out" policy. If you want to have a good defensive team, you must teach your defensive players how to tackle. read more
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When to teach whole versus part practice

When to teach whole versus part practice

The whole method of practice is obvious: The whole technique is practiced intact. The part method is actually the whole-part-whole method. You teach the whole method as just outlined, practice it in parts, and then recombine the parts back into the whole via practice. read more
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Defining a coach’s role on the Athletics Health Care Team

Defining a coach’s role on the Athletics Health Care Team

As a coach you are likely to be involved in each portion of the athletic health care relay—prevention, recognition and first aid care, assessment and treatment, and rehabilitation. read more
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Clinical application of joint thrusts and nonthrusts

Clinical application of joint thrusts and nonthrusts

Parameters applied to joint thrusts and nonthrusts vary widely. The force, frequency, and amplitude of techniques vary depending on client, clinician, and joint factors. read more
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Effects of mobilization and manipulation

Effects of mobilization and manipulation

Clinicians use joint mobilization and manipulation for 2 main indications: joint pain and joint hypomobility. Three main categories of effects of mobilization or manipulation are described here: mechanical, neurophysiological, and psychological. read more
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Methods for immobilizing the fractured foot and ankle

Methods for immobilizing the fractured foot and ankle

Immobilization of the fractured foot and ankle can be accomplished with splints or casts such as a posterior splint (figure 2.32), non-weight-bearing short leg cast (figure 2.33), and weight-bearing short leg cast (figure 2.34). read more
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Applying and removing casts and splints

Applying and removing casts and splints

This section details the fundamental steps and important considerations that pertain to applying and removing fiberglass casts and splints. read more
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Thrust Launch Serve Technique

Thrust Launch Serve Technique

Objective: To take the basic flat serve to new levels by adding powerful lower-body technique to the mix. read more
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Dynamic rotational resistance: step back internal shoulder rotation

Dynamic rotational resistance: step back internal shoulder rotation

Attach a band to an immovable object in front of you, somewhere between the floor and waist height. Stand upright with good posture, holding the tense band in your right hand out in front of you. read more
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Understand key elements of form assessment

Understand key elements of form assessment

Six key ele­ments of form assessment represent the biggest influencers of per­for­mance, ­running economy, and risk of injury. read more
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