Thapos provides one of the football management software to football clubs, leagues, teams, athletes, coaches, and parents. Cloud based, mobile friendly, and secure all in one american football software to manage registrations, payments, schedules, teams, communications, fields, athletes, staff, and… Continue Reading →
The Beautiful Game—that’s what football is for most enthusiasts. It is also one of the most ‘physically demanding’ games. While playing football, you need a remarkably high level of stamina to keep the game going. Whether you are a pro… Continue Reading →
A right sports management software saves time, improves player registrations and revenues, allows to manage teams and schedules easily. Also allows efficient management of players, staff, fields, documents and finally allows to delivers services as promised.
Diagnoses of concussions are on the rise in contact sports, particularly in football. Although professional football garners much of the attention due to publicity about lawsuits from former players, the concussion issue is generating attention at all levels of play…. Continue Reading →
Football is a constant cycle of evolution. It is routinely evident that offenses continue to put stress on the defense with formations, motion and run/pass options. Defenses commonly commit four defensive players to the run game to create fits while having… Continue Reading →
Football players of any level can benefit greatly from yoga classes. They can improve their functional strength, balance, flexibility, power, breathing techniques, visualizations skills and focus. However, there are certain moves that are more beneficial than others. If a player… Continue Reading →
One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to football training, and your child can benefit from exercises and drills that correspond to his specific position. While receivers and backs need long-distance running skills and leaping ability, lineman use more… Continue Reading →
The Drill: Four Corners Set four cones in the shape of a square, with each cone 5 yards apart. The drill starts at one cone at the top of the square. Have the player quickly backpedal to the cone behind… Continue Reading →