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Why Are Rest Days Important?

Posted by Tim Mauk on Tue, November 2, 2021

Being an athlete takes time, motivation, and commitment. So much so that it can be hard to pull yourself away from your training or sport. It’s easy to become addicted to that runner’s high or the reward of competition and begin to question the need for a rest day. However, when athletes...

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How Important Is Sleep for Student-Athletes?

Posted by Tim Mauk on Wed, September 15, 2021

Many student-athletes have full plates when it comes to their workload. From spending their days in classrooms, practicing after school for their sport, doing household chores or homework and studying in the evenings, student-athletes often do not have enough time in a day.

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4 Ways Student Athletes Can Juggle Sports and School

Posted by Bethany Nock on Tue, August 31, 2021

When it comes to schooling, the regular workload can be difficult enough for many students to manage. However, students often strive for more by participating in extracurricular activities. Whether it be taking part in a theater program, becoming a member of a club or joining a team sport,...

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Sports Moms: The driving force behind middle and high school sports

Posted by Bethany Nock on Tue, June 8, 2021

Sure, Sports Moms have a culture all their own, one that is often mocked and parodied, but, one could argue these ladies make the wild world of Middle and High School sports go round. Let’s review 8 of the things Sports Moms manage that help make Middle and High School sports productive and fun.

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