Two-a-days get football teams ready
The Suffolk News-Herald
As the football season gets set to kick off, high school teams engage in grueling practices in the summer heat — usually two times each day. While the sessions are beneficial for the teams, coaches, trainers and players have to take extra care to avoid health problems brought on by the punishing heat. Despite the possible health problems, Suffolk’s coaches say the practices build team character and ability. To continue reading the article in The Suffolk News-Herald, please click here.