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5 Qualities of a Great Dry Erase Board

The most common dry erase board questions we get from coaches and athletic directors are about quality. We’ve all had the experience of purchasing a product that turns out to be less than promised. This can be a disappointing and often costly experience. We’ve identified the five qualities that make a dry erase board great.

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4 Common Questions about Field Runner Flags

Anticipation is building before the big game. The crowd sits at attention in their seats. Then, a row of cheerleaders burst onto the field in a full sprint with big flags streaming behind them. The crowd has been worked into a frenzy! There is a reason they call it home field advantage.

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Reward Student Athlete Accomplishments On and Off the Field

Topics: Record Boards

Hard work and dedication are two characteristics required to succeed as a high school or collegiate athlete. Student athletes must master the art of juggling — from conditioning and practice to classwork and tests. It is important to reward their dedication and recognize the hard-earned achievements of your players.

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Tips to Get the Most out of Your Athletes in the Weight Room

Successful athletes are often the most competitive individuals on your team. They strive to lift the most, run the fastest, or jump the highest. Start rewarding their ambition by putting their name on a strength record board, where everyone can see it. It’s a tremendous feeling knowing you’ve measured yourself against your peers and knowing you’ve come out on top.

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Waldron High School Elevates Program with a Custom Basketball Dry Erase Board

When it comes to encouraging player development, coaches rely on clear communication. 65% of the population consists of visual learners, or people that recall information best when they see images or demonstration. Leaning too heavily on spoken word or lectures can be a missed opportunity for coaches. By adding visual cues to your lesson such as an illustration of a play, you are playing to the strength of both sight and sound recollection. This multiple-sense approach can help create vivid memories and impactful instruction.

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