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Youth Sports Safety Month: 5 Ways To Decrease Concussion Risk In Youth Football

4/19/18 9:00 AM / by Athlete Intelligence




April is Youth Sports Safety Month. Athlete Intelligence is committed to making sure our youngest athletes are safe and protected. As part of our commitment, Athlete Intelligence will be posting a series of articles and resources to help young athletes play smarter and play safer. Here are 5 handy tips for parents and coaches to ensure that their youth athletes can avoid concussions. 

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YOUTH SPORTS SAFETY MONTH: Top 7 Youth Sports Movies

4/16/18 1:00 AM / by Athlete Intelligence


Who doesn’t love a good children’s sports movie? Whether it is overcoming adversity, beating the odds or breaking down stereotypes, these films can teach some of life’s most important lessons. As part of our YOUTH SPORTS SAFETY MONTH series, we’ve put together a list of our favorite sports movies for the kids.

Check them out:


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Youth Sports Safety Month: 7 Interesting Facts About Youth Sports Safety

4/10/18 11:30 AM / by Athlete Intelligence

 

April is Youth Sports Safety Month. Athlete Intelligence is committed to making sure our youngest athletes are safe and protected. As part of our commitment, Athlete Intelligence will be posting a series of articles and resources this month to help young athletes play smarter and play safer. 

Here are seven facts about safety in youth sports that you might not know!*

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Youth Sports Safety Month: 7 METHODS To Help Encourage Your Child In Sports 

4/6/18 8:19 AM / by Athlete Intelligence


April is Youth Sports Safety Month. Athlete Intelligence is committed to making sure our youngest athletes are safe and protected. 
As part of our commitment, Athlete Intelligence will be posting a series of articles and resources to help young athletes play smarter and play safer. Here are 7 ways parents can help support their kids in their sports activities!

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Youth Sports Safety Month: 7 Sports Safety Tips For Kids

4/4/18 6:03 AM / by Athlete Intelligence




April is Youth Sports Safety Month. Athlete Intelligence is committed to making sure our youngest athletes are safe and protected. 
As part of our commitment, Athlete Intelligence will be posting a series of articles and resources to help young athletes play smarter and play safer. Here are 7 handy tips for parents and coaches to make sure kids are playing it safe on the field.

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Athlete Intelligence and Insurance Companies Take a Step Towards Safer Student-Athletes

3/29/18 11:18 AM / by Athlete Intelligence


ATHLETE INTELLIGENCE AND INSURANCE COMPANIES TAKE A STEP TOWARDS SAFER STUDENT-ATHLETES

Launch Pilot Program for Vector MouthGuard at Spanaway Lake High School

 

KIRKLAND, Washington  (March 29th, 2018) – Athlete Intelligence, a leading sports wearable technology company, has brought its Vector MouthGuard technology to a one-year pilot program to look at ways to limit or better identify brain injuries, especially among high school athletes

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BRAIN INJURY AWARENESS MONTH: INTERVIEW WITH FROM Queen City ROLLER Girls

3/28/18 8:04 AM / by Athlete Intelligence

 

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Brain injuries can be hard to diagnose, treat, and recover from, often leading the affected person to feel isolated and depressed. This year’s theme, the Change Your Mind campaign, provides a platform for educating the general public about the incidence of brain injury and the needs of people with brain injuries and their families. The campaign also lends itself to outreach within the brain injury community to de-stigmatize the injury, empower those who have survived, and promote the many types of support that are available.

As part of Athlete Intelligence's commitment to traumatic brain injury awareness, we will using our platform to interview athletes, advocates, coaches and health care professionals throughout the sports industry to share their experiences with brain injuries.

Today, we're interviewing Rachel Tension, a skater at the Queen City Roller Girls.

 

Tell us about Queen City Roller Girls, how long have you been skating?
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BRAIN INJURY AWARENESS MONTH: 5 Ways to Decrease the Risk of Concussions in Youth Football

3/25/18 10:10 AM / by Athlete Intelligence

 


March is Brain Injury Awareness Month
. Brain injuries can be hard to diagnose, treat, and recover from, often leading the affected person to feel isolated and depressed. This year’s theme, the Change Your Mind campaign, provides a platform for educating the general public about the incidence of brain injury and the needs of people with brain injuries and their families. The campaign also lends itself to outreach within the brain injury community to de-stigmatize the injury, empower those who have survived, and promote the many types of support that are available.

As part of Athlete Intelligence's commitment to traumatic brain injury awareness, we are suggesting five ways to decrease the risk of concussions in youth football.


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BRAIN INJURY AWARENESS MONTH: 7 Sports You Might Not Know Have A Concussion Risk

3/22/18 4:46 PM / by Athlete Intelligence

 

As you might be well aware, there has been a lot of coverage in the news about the concussion risk football poses to its players. But there are a number of other sports that also contain those dangers. Here’s a list of seven sports activities you might not have been aware can cause concussions and other head injuries.

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BRAIN INJURY AWARENESS MONTH: Interview With The Poison Apple from Boston Roller Derby

3/19/18 1:39 PM / by Athlete Intelligence

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Brain injuries can be hard to diagnose, treat, and recover from, often leading the affected person to feel isolated and depressed. This year’s theme, the Change Your Mind campaign, provides a platform for educating the general public about the incidence of brain injury and the needs of people with brain injuries and their families. The campaign also lends itself to outreach within the brain injury community to de-stigmatize the injury, empower those who have survived, and promote the many types of support that are available.

As part of Athlete Intelligence's commitment to traumatic brain injury awareness, we will using our platform to interview athletes, advocates, coaches and health care professionals throughout the sports industry to share their experiences with brain injuries.

Today, we're interviewing The Poison Apple, a skater at the Boston Roller Derby

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