Your Guide for Installing Indoor Wall Padding

When you purchase your indoor wall padding for your gymnasium, there are several items to consider before you install them on the walls. Below is a short guide to help ensure that your installation is successful and that you get it right the first time.

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How Does a Concussion Have a Lasting Effect On an Athlete?

A concussion is a traumatic brain injury (TBI) triggered by a blow to the head or by a sudden impact on the body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth. This sudden movement can cause the brain to spring around or detach from the skull, creating chemical changes in the brain and sometimes stretching and damaging brain cells.

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The Maintenance of Athletic Wall Padding

Maintaining the condition and protective properties of the padding covering solid walls is an ongoing effort that athletic you must continue on a regular basis after we install your field wall pads.

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What is a G-Max Rating?

When a player hits a wall surface, the impact is absorbed either by the playing surface or the player's body. The harder the surface material is, the greater the likelihood that a player will sustain an injury.

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Ask These MLB Players What Happens When You Hit a Wall With No Padding

MLB has had its share of major league injuries over the past few years. Many of these injuries occurred as a result of a player colliding with a wall that was not protected. And, as you might expect, these injuries could have been prevented had the organization responsible for the facility placed field wall pads along the wall or fence. If you are considering investing in wall pads for the safety of your male and female athletes, then read these cautionary tales below. They should help you make the right decision for your players.

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It’s Basketball Season: Are Your Players Safe?

Wall pads prevent injuries by absorbing the shock that a player feels when colliding against the hard wall surface. As a coach or athletic facility manager, keeping your basketball players safe during the season is your top priority.

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How Safe is Your School's Old Padding?

Safety is the most crucial element of athletic competition. Coaches, sports complex managers, and school administrators all have a responsibility to provide a safe environment for all athletes in sports such as basketball, volleyball, football, and baseball. With the newer padding, you can avoid injuries that students often susta

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Add Athletic Wall Pads to Your Post-Season Renovations

If the season for your sport is now over, you may be considering what type of upgrades or additions you are going to make to your basketball gym, volleyball court, or even your baseball or football field. Since you make most renovations after the season, now is the perfect time to invest in wall padding for your facility.

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Where are Athletic Wall Pads Needed?

The underlying premise upon which gyms, fields, or other facilities are designed should be to protect the welfare of athletes and ensure they are not exposed to physical risk in any aspect of execution. Thus, athletic facility planners and school administrators have a tremendous responsibility to keep athletes safe from harm and injury during a sporting event or practice. When building a sports complex, all parties involved should consider every inch of the facility and where the risk of injury may be present.

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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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What Can Happen to You When You Run Into a Wall

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What Type of Wall Pads Should Your Facility Have?

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