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Polyurethane Foam And Wall Pads

In recent years, there has been a push to increase safety features in athletic facilities. One of the best safety materials is Polyurethane foam, which is used to reduce the impact in collisions.

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Maintaining Your Wall Pads

In order to maintain a safe playing environment for all athletes and fans, you have to do more than just install state-of-the-art wall pads. The wall pads need to be constantly maintained to ensure your facilities remain safe for athletes. Like anything else, the padding at your facility will wear over time, creating a hazard for athletes and fans. When this happens, you should immediately replace your wall pads so athletes do not have a false sense of security.

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G-Max Rating and Its Importance

Ensuring the safety of all athletes who step foot on your athletic facilities is crucial. When an athlete hits a wall or other surface, either their body or the wall absorbs the majority of the impact. If the wall padding is not sufficient, the player may sustain a more serious injury because they take the majority of the impact.

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What Can Happen to You When You Run Into a Wall

As an athlete at any level, you expect to play a physical sport, possibly resulting in collisions and injuries. It’s just the name of the game. However, not all athletes or spectators understand the repercussions that can stem from collisions. While most facilities have standard protective equipment installed, not all have the most up-to-date equipment, which is great at reducing injuries. Here, our experts at Fieldwallpads.com will go over what can happen to an athlete during a collision.

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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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What Type of Wall Pads Should Your Facility Have?

Whether you’re constructing a new facility or renovating your current one, the type of wall pad you purchase should be a top priority as they impact athlete safety. While they obviously add an aesthetic and cultural feel to the area, the most important factor to determine is safety.

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How Branding Creates Fan Loyalty

Establishing a brand to connect with your fans is a vital part of any organization, whether it is new or has been around for years. The love of the game is what brings most sports fans out, but the culture and pride is passed down and shared by all, which creates a dynamic that cannot be beat.

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Should You Advertise on Your Field Wall Pads?

Whether you oversee a college, university, or professional sports program, you have a significant opportunity to 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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Is It Time to Replace Your Old Wall Pads?

Are your athletic facility’s wall pads getting old? If so, it may be time to replace your old wall pads with newer, sturdier wall pads that have a more vibrant, updated design. If you need newer wall pads, Fieldwallpads.com can help you custom order and deliver your new wall pads just in time for the upcoming season.

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What is the Difference Between Impact Absorption and 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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