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Would You Like a Free Online Health Check?

Is social media behaviour taken into account when recruiters, coaches and schools are evaluating athletes? Absolutely.

Is it unfair that you are being judged on something completely unrelated to your athletic prowess? Maybe. But it’s happening.

Every day college coaches receive reports on the...

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Survive and Advance: Play it smart on social media this March Madness

The rules are pretty simple in the yearly, men’s and women’s NCAA basketball tournaments known around the sporting globe as ‘March Madness’. You win, you stay in… Survive and advance. Beginning next week, hundreds of collegiate basketball players will take their talents to the ‘Big Dance’ with the dream of winning it all. Read more

My College Journey – Darius Moulton

Approaching the final months of high school it becomes apparent that the end of your athletic career may be fast approaching and the sport that you’ve put in so much time and effort to may be seeing its competitive conclusion. Up until my meeting with Chris Bates at Study & Play USA this was...

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Hasten Slowly – Advice for a Healthy Tennis Career

In lounge rooms all around the world this time of year, I can guarantee there are families with budding tennis players watching the Australian Open in Melbourne.  Some will record, watch and dissect every match; some might tape just their favourite players, whilst others might look at certain players to model their games...

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Getting College Ready – Have you ticked this box?

In order to maximise their chances of reaching the pinnacle of their chosen athletic pursuit, young athletes have to tick many boxes to give themselves their best chance at success. From academics, to training, to nutrition, and conditioning, not to mention actual competition, it’s no wonder that sometimes the...
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