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4 Phase Injury Recovery Roadmap [A Coach's Guide]

By Ryan Leibreich | Tue, Sep 5

There is a moment that everything changes. All of us, at some point in our athletic careers, have dealt with injuries or a close association with one. Mine came one Thursday morning on a quiet turf field in October.

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Rest and Recovery 101: Sleeping Your Way To Better Gains

By Herman Demmink III | Thu, Feb 9

Recovery is simply defined as regaining a former or better state / condition. Most athletes fail to realize that running, lifting, hitting, and throwing all breaks down our tissue which requires a period of rest in order to recuperate. Of course it takes grueling workouts and countless hours of skill training to become a better-prepared athlete. However, it is what you do between training bouts that can make the real difference.

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How Important Is The Aerobic System for Football Players?

By John Welbourn | Fri, Sep 16

Every muscle contraction in the body is the result of a molecule called adenosine triphosphate (ATP). When the ATP is combined with water it splits apart and produces energy.  ATP is broken down during a muscle contraction into adenosine diphosphate (ADP). However, ATP must be replenished for work to continue so another chemical reaction adds phosphate back to ADP to make ATP.

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