The USASF has created an easy solution for you to provide athlete user name and email information to parents. This will allow parents to reset their child’s password, log into their profile and pay their annual membership fee. Watch for more Member Support Updates to come!
USASF – Membership Support – Athlete User List
The Louisville Courier-Journal published UofL Cheerleaders to be Tested Due to Heroin OD, regarding the recent death of Louisville cheerleader Dani Cogswell and the response by the University.
Members of the University of Louisville’s spirit teams will have to undergo the same drug testing as the rest of the school’s athletes, the university said Thursday after it was confirmed that cheerleader Danielle Cogswell died of a drug overdose.
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Entrepreneur published 5 Surefire Ways to Maximize Your Life, Starting This Morning, emphasizing the importance of starting your day in the correct manner.
Many of us have heard the adage, “How you spend your day, is how you spend your life.” I believe it’s even more micro than that. How you spend the first two hours of your day will determine how you live your life and how productive that life will be.
Business Insider published 17 Things Successful People Never Say, pointing out words lead to the actions that determine success or failure.
Regardless of how you may define success, words will help manifest that vision into reality.
Encore published the trailer below in anticipation of the 2014-15 season:
The voting period for the proposed USASF Policy and Rules changes closes this Saturday, August 30th, at noon Central. Please educate yourself to the topics and exercise your voting privileges.
USASF Policy & Rules Voting Information
The American Cheerleader movie was released earlier this week.
OverStretch – August 27, 2014
Live Science published Concussions are Brain Injuries — Sit Your Kid Down, providing additional information about concussions.
There is no clear-cut protocol for concussion recovery in comparison to the way a doctor would provide therapy for a broken arm. The way the human brain recovers from an injury is different for every person. You should consult with your child’s doctor about when and if it is safe to return to sports.