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Backstop Padding

How To Spruce Up Your Baseball And Softball Fields Before The Season

As the snow begins to melt, the chances are that it’s time to get ready for the upcoming baseball and softball seasons. With that, you need to make sure your playing fields and safety equipment are ready to go to ensure your athletes are safe as the season begins. You should have athletic padding in all the necessary areas, and it should be in good working condition. Additionally, the playing surface needs to be carefully monitored so that no one is hurt running the bases or fielding a ground ball. Here, our safety and design experts at SportsGraphics will discuss the checklist you need to go through to determine if your fields are ready for practice and competition.

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What Sets Roll-Out Mats by SportsGraphics Apart?

At SportsGraphics, our design and safety experts are the best of the best and offer our own customized roll-out mats for wrestling, martial arts, and more. Through our own independent testing, use the safest Roll-out mats on the market. Additionally, our custom wrestling mats are easy to set up and tear down, which allows you to operate events with ease. Here, our design and safety experts at SportsGraphics will discuss the benefits of our products and what sets us apart from the rest.

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How to Brand Your Track Arena

While it may not seem as important to put safety equipment and other branding materials in your outdoor athletic facilities, it’s still crucial you do. Branding your athletic facilities ihelps enhance the atmosphere for your fans and athletes. When you think of an electric athletic atmosphere, you may think of enclosed stadiums, like basketball stadiums. However, creating that same atmosphere in outdoor facilities can be more difficult. Because of the open-air facilities, lack of enclosure, and more, it may be difficult to create the atmosphere you desire.

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Why Proper Padding Reduces Injury Risk

It is hard to talk about certain sports these days without talking about the risks involved. While people associate most injuries with full-contact sports, such as football, hockey, and wrestling, they can occur in any sport. In today’s world, as scientists develop more technology, they are able to understand more of the repercussions that come with certain injuries, such as concussions.

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The Importance of Branding in School Sports

Few things heighten campus vitality and school pride like athletics. Students love to rally around sports teams as they compete against rivals. For this reason alone, one of your core focal points needs to be on branding your school. Students, alumni, faculty, and staff need to feel the intensity of your school pride, everywhere they go.

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Our business partner Field Wall Pads just came out with an amazing informational guide to everything you need to know about buying backstop padding for your football stadiums, softball, and baseball fields.

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A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that alters the way your brain functions, according to the Mayo Clinic. Unfortunately, for athletes who play contact sports, concussions are far too common.

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A large number of school buildings were built in the fifties and sixties and will require immediate attention very soon. One third of urban schools are more than fifty years old.

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