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July 2002

July 2002


Freshmen can work with strength coaches

© July 2002

The NCAA has changed its rules to give incoming freshmen players more access to the strength and conditioning coach. The move comes on the heels of a pair of training-related deaths prior to the 2001 season.

The new rule is thought of as a no-brainer by most coaches because of the disadvantages freshmen can sometimes face going against upperclassmen who have been working out all summer according to the schoolís program.

Under the new rule, as long as an incoming freshman is enrolled in summer school, the player is allowed to train with the teamís strength and conditioning coach.

The rule is advantageous for both player and school. Previously, ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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