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June 2005

June 2005


Three Basics for your Athletic Training Game Plan

by: Chris Jacobson
© June 2005

Every coach should have a game plan when it comes to athletic training. Here are some points to consider:

1. Emergency Plans: As a coach you should have an emergency plan in place for your practice sites and football field. Your plans should include: A) forms of communication such as phone, walkie-talkie, etc. B) Directions to the location of the practice or game facilities C) Access to the field or practice area (Any locked gates? Do you have a Key?)

2. Athletic Training Bag or First Aid Kit: Prior to the start of the season, inspect your training bag or first aid kit to ensure that it is stocked with the proper supplies and equipment. Bring it to the field for each practice or game. Your training bag or first aid kit should have supplies for wound care, care of sprains or strains, and taping supp....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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