Sprint Ladders 2 x sprint 10 yards, rest 10 seconds between sprints 2 x sprint 20 yards, rest 20 seconds between sprints 2 x sprint 30 yards, rest 30 seconds between sprints 2 x sprint 40 yards, rest 30 seconds between sprints 2 x sprint 50 yards, rest 30 seconds between sprints 2 x sprint […]
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For Coach Richard David Sanchez from St. Augustine Catholic High School in San Diego, Calif, gentrified North Park sector, his affinity for football goes far beyond playing the game. That’s why, when his personal ball playing career came to an end after graduating from New Mexico State University (he later went on to receive his […]
With concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) dominating the football headlines, it’s easy to sideline the importance of preventing other football injuries on the field, especially for high school and college athletes looking to carry their love of the sport into a potential career. One bad injury left untreated is all it can take to […]
Continuing from our discussion on Effective High School Football Pre-Season Strength and Conditioning, here are a few balance and stability exercises that you can implement into your team’s pre-season and in-season workouts. A few points to remember when considering if balance and stability exercises are right for your program: Your core works as the foundation, […]
As brilliant red and gold foliage heralds the return of autumn, over a million combined high school and college football players will take to the field with hearts full of hope, minds tuned into strategy, and bodies kept in tip-top condition during the offseason. Student athletes give their all to bring their schools glory—and sometimes, […]
KERR SPORTS LLC. Founded by Dr. Patrick Kerr, an industry renowned neck expert, the company is launching it's first product for the 2012 football season; the KERR COLLAR (US Patent #: 8,370,968 B2). The KERR Collar has been in development for 10 years with extensive research and testing done at Virginia Tech Center for Injury Biomechanics and with Division 1 Football programs around the country. The goal of the Kerr Collar is to try and reduce some of the forces generated during collision. The lab results of the testing are on the website along with instructional videos about the Kerr Collar. This is the first product in a line of sports equipment which will be built through better biomechanical understanding.
Kerr Sports, LLC
20 Park Avenue, 1 B
New York, NY 10016
Phone # (212) 689-1303
Fax # : (212) 689-5862.
WARNING: NO DEVICE CAN PREVENT THE SERIOUS NECK INJURIES A PLAYER MIGHT RECEIVE WHILE PARTICIPATING IN FOOTBALL.
This product is designed to absorb some of the forces generated during impact in the course of ordinary play in the game of football. However, contact in football may result in NECK INJURY which no device can prevent. In no way is the use of this product a guarantee of prevention of injury.