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Questions to Ask Your Wall Mat Provider Before Buying

Whether you’re just replacing worn-out wall mats or completely overhauling things as part of a school branding procedure, new wall padding can brighten up your facility and keep your athletes safe. By investing in your school’s infrastructure, you’re also sending the message that you care about your students’ wellbeing, which can do great things for school spirit. No matter what angle you look at it from, new wall padding is certainly worth the investment.

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How to Keep Student Athletes Safe in the Gym and on the Field

In the wake of the Coronavirus, everyone is beginning to refocus and double down on safety. If you lead an educational facility, it’s not only germs you have to worry about but injuries too, especially when it comes to students in sports. As character-building and fun as these opportunities can be, it’s undeniable that all sports create the possibility for physical injury.

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Concussions: Protecting School Athletes

Concussions: a common injury for players of contact sports everywhere. Though football immediately comes to mind as a sport in which players are liable to face the risk of head injury, everything from soccer to hockey to track and field can theoretically cause significant head trauma if an accident occurs. Even day-to-day gym classes can pose a threat! No athletic activity, regardless of the level at which it is played, is completely risk-free.

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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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Products To Invest In Before Basketball Season

Before every sports season, you should conduct a thorough analysis of your protective equipment, or lack thereof. In addition to creating a safe environment for your athletes and fans, the proper equipment can also create an electric atmosphere. This atmosphere will give you home field advantage and establish pride in your organization.

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Creating An Unbeatable Football Atmosphere

In a sports-oriented city, not much can compare to attending a football game under the lights. Though that atmosphere is almost always bound to be great, it can be enhanced. If you were to add something as simple as wall graphics or custom designs to your wall pads or other unique features, you could create a new level of excitement in your facilities.

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Make Sure Your Athletic Facilities Are Ready For The Season

Most of us have experienced the thrill that comes with a new sports season. The idea of playing or watching the sport you love is magical, and it is easy to overlook the small details that are crucial to safety and success. While athletic performance is important, the more important aspect is athlete safety and that can often go overlooked in the excitement that accompanies the new season.

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SportsGraphics Partners With the Atlanta Braves

The Atlanta Braves launched a partnership with CoolToday for the naming rights of their new spring training ballpark. The 20-year agreement includes scoreboard and dugout signage for CoolToday as well as exterior signage and promotional opportunities for additional events held at the facility.

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What is a Style Guide and Why Is It Important?

Your school needs a consistent and uniform look and feel. Your school style guide is a document that contains formatted artwork of your official school logo, colors, commonly used designs, and lettering, among other markings and graphics.

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Concussions: Important Information for High School Athletes

A few years ago, the media started reporting what many of us already knew: Concussions lead to all types of physical and mental problems. Although football has been a primary target over the last decade, concussions occur in a wide range of contacts and high-intensity sports on every level from little league to the professional league.

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