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November 2002

November 2002


NCAA retools off-season football workout plans

© November 2002

Although the NCAA has had policies in effect for more than 30 years regarding the safety of players from heat-related illnesses, the Association has doubled their efforts to create an off-season conditioning program for football to make student-athlete safety the primary goal.

With several heat-related deaths during the summer of 2001 in both the collegiate and professional ranks, the NCAA has appointed an out-of-season conditioning committee to gain further knowledge into concerns related to off-season conditioning.Several steps have already been implemented by the NCAA, such as summer conditioning will start nine weeks prior to the school’s first permissible practi....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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