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CDC - Heads Up Youth Sports - Concussion - Traumatic Brain Injury - Injury Center
Dear coaches and parents,
Sierra Strength and Speed has always provided top notch classes for the Northern Nevada athletes’ and this year we are increasing the options for our soccer development. Our classes for young athletes have always been centered around injury prevention but this year we are making a more concerted effort in really working with our young athletes to improve their athletic development and prevent injuries. This is not a conditioning class it is an agility, footwork, dynamic warm-up, leg strength, and running mechanics format. Our facility is open for running full speed drills and our staff understands the early development and fundamentals that need to occur for proper progression.
We like to run classes in a 6 week block. Classes are broken down by age group and they will begin with one time per week if we get enough interest we can add a second time per week. The cost is typically $12-15/athlete/session.
If you have more questions please do not hesitate to call.
Rob M. Conatser, M.A., LAT, ATC, CSC
Sierra Strength & Speed
5.02 Player Equipment Restrictions and Rules.
a. Orthopedic casts are not allowed unless covered on all exterior surfaces with no less than ½ inch thick, high density, closed-cell polyurethane, or an alternative material, bubble wrap is acceptable (USYSNV Rule 3:14:01) A doctors note must be provided to release the player for soccer. Referees have final ruling if they feel the player(s) are at risk.
c. No last name will be on a player’s jersey.