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Tips to Keep Your Baseball and Softball Fields Maintained

Maintaining baseball and softball fields may seem simplistic, but a lot of behind-the-scenes work goes into the process. The groundskeeper, coaches, or whomever might be in charge of maintenance has a long task-list to ensure the fields have the best playing conditions, as well as ensuring the facilities look great for spectators. Building the facility is simple compared to maintaining it. Here, experts at Fieldwallpads.com have installed our products in thousands of stadiums and know what it takes to maintain a good facility.

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A Complete Guide to Athletic Padding Care

Are your field wall pads getting old? If so, it may be time to replace your wall padding. Fieldwallpads.com offers complete wall padding design and manufacturing for your athletic facility.

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Why Add Padding & Graphics to Your Locker Room?

Imagine a concrete block room painted top to bottom in gray, a room filled with rusty lockers and dilapidated benches. No, it’s not a prison cell or a torture chamber. It’s just your average locker room—and if that’s the way it looks, then no wonder team morale is plummeting!

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What Are the Physical Effects of Running Into a Wall?

As you plan the design and layout of your athletic facilities, you need to consider the sports played in each facility. Some sports, like basketball and football, are more contact sports than volleyball or baseball. With this in mind, you need to do a full analysis of your facility and locate all areas that could prove dangerous in the chance of a collision.

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What’s the Difference? Impact Absorption vs. Impact Resistance

Athletic equipment must provide reliable protection in intense athletic environments. Equipment, such as wall padding, must simultaneously provide a solid buffer between a player and a wall while being flexible enough to provide a cushion for the player. Both of these elements of wall padding combine the perfect balance of impact absorption and impact resistance.

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Should You Advertise on Your Field Wall Pads?

Whether you oversee a college, university, or professional sports program, you can increase your revenue through sponsorships. Nowhere are those sponsorships more visible than on-field wall pads and other types of padding across your baseball/softball field, basketball gym, football field, or volleyball gym.

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What Is Polyurethane Foam & Why Is It Important for Athlete Safety?

When you're investing in safety products for your athletic facilities, you need to do your research and find the best materials for the safety of everyone. At Fieldwallpads.com, we and our sister company, Sports Graphics, have been in this business for decades and have conducted our research to test different products. With our extensive independent research, we've determined the best materials for the safety of our athletes and fans. 

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Is Your Baseball Field Backstop Padding in Compliance With NCAA?

Thousands of sports-related concussions (SRCs) occur annually in the NCAA. A concussion is a traumatic injury to the brain that alters the way your brain functions. An SRC follows a blow to the head and may be accompanied by a temporary loss of consciousness. It can result in temporary or permanent neurological and cognitive deficiencies. Unfortunately, far too many collegiate athletes suffer from SRCs.

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Your Guide for Buying & Installing Indoor Wall Padding

Once you have chosen the type of indoor wall padding you need for your gym, you need to install it correctly to ensure that it protects your players from injuries or concussions.

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How Thick Should Field Wall Pads Be?

When it comes to investing in wall pads, your priority should be safety and impact absorption. Therefore, you’ll need to choose pads that have the appropriate size and thickness. Thick pads prevent injuries and also offer a decorative option for the back wall or fence.

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