CrashCourse: Concussion Education for Student - Athletes
This easily accessible concussion education course is brought to you by TeachAids and Stanford University.
How To Strength Train Correctly, from Paul DeJong
Paul DeJong speaks to the dangers of focusing on lifting the heaviest weights possible.
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Marlon Stewart (Oregon State Men's Basketball) explains the role of personality in recruiting student-athletes
Baker suggests athletes reframe failures in sports to learn from mistakes and better focus on the next play.
How Teammates Can Help When They Suspect Substance Abuse
Terry Shapiro speaks on how to handle a situation in which a teammate is suspected of substance abuse.
Under Pressure To Perform? Alternatives To Drugs And Alcohol
Terry Shapiro speaks about the natural ways an athlete can cope with pressure.
Sport Dietitian Explains Cautions Of Dieting As An Athlete
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How Parents Can Stop Overuse Injuries From Becoming A Problem
Dave St. Peter explains the importance of parents communicating with their child about overuse.
The Most Important Element Of A Practice Plan: Adjusting If Necessary
Brad Frost on how coaches need to treat practice plans as a guideline and not a restrictive framework.
Positive Coaching Means Taking A Step Back And Seeing Athletes As People
Steve Kryger on how important it is for coaches to build trust with their players.
The 15 Benefits (And More) Of A Caring Climate
Mary Fry talks about the many ways that a caring climate can benefit individuals and the team.
The 8 Benefits Of Mindfulness For Coaches And Athletes
Mindfulness can help with nervousness or anxiety, as well as help people move on from mistakes.