Plus — Nature's superfoods; creating mismatches in basketball; and managing daily priorities


April 29, 2023


 
  7 Steps to Building Your Athletic Department’s Brand

Coaches must actively engage with the community & develop a social media plan


 
 
  Essential Factors to Consider When Calculating The ROI in Athletics

There is not a day that goes by where administrators are not questioned about the return on their institution’s investment (ROI) in athletics. This is due to sport program expenses increasing at a faster rate than the revenue they generate and also because fiscal support continues to diminish at most institutions. 


 
 
 
 

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Coaches, administrators, and other sport leaders are positioned to make a difference. The U.S. Center for SafeSport offers in-depth online courses to make sure you and everyone in your program has the knowledge and skills to keep your athletes safe from abuse.
 
 
 
 
  Nutritional Value: Win with nature’s superfoods

Filling up on nature’s health-promoting, disease-fighting power foods is one of the best avenues to follow for those who desire to live long and well.


 
 
  Sparta Science Keeps Players Playing, Coaches Coaching

Nearly half a million student-athletes compete in one of the 24 sanctioned sports by the NCAA — more than ever before. With that ever-growing number comes the bigger need of keeping them in the game. Studies show that per every 10,000 individuals, more than 2000 suffer injuries, and separate studies show that 90 percent of student-athletes have reported some sort of sports-related injury. 


 
 
  A.D.ministration: Supporting and protecting your coaches

Protecting coaches amidst unfair criticism or parental interference is one of an athletic director’s primary jobs — but it’s sometimes overlooked.

Here are some suggestions to show support for your coaches and display to the community that a great coach does more than just win games.


 
 
  Powerline: Managing daily priorities of a strength program

Reviewing some vital components that are precursors to safe, effective execution and management of any given strength exercise regimen.


 
 
 
 

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The University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology is thrilled to offer a Graduate Certificate in Strength and Conditioning and Fitness Coaching. This specialized, one-of-a-kind program is designed for strength and conditioning coaches, personal trainers, and fitness instructors who are driven to become the most effective and influential coach they can be. 
 
 
 
 
  A.D.ministration: Supporting and protecting your coaches

Protecting coaches amidst unfair criticism or parental interference is one of an athletic director’s primary jobs — but it’s sometimes overlooked.

Here are some suggestions to show support for your coaches and display to the community that a great coach does more than just win games.


 
 
  Powerline: Managing daily priorities of a strength program

Reviewing some vital components that are precursors to safe, effective execution and management of any given strength exercise regimen.


 
 
 

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