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The Good Men Project

 •  January 16

It seems fitting that as Minnesota gears up to host the biggest game in football, it would highlight some of the most advanced thinking and innovations around concussions. What makes the Twin Cities so robust is a three-fold combination of 1) high-quality academics, 2) financial support and funding for research, and 3) a large med-tech...

The Good Men Project

 •  December 11, 2017

A guide for addressing symptoms of CTE and TBI.
It started like any other conversation. A friend, chit-chatting away, mentions her child athlete has instant rages, mood swings, inability to complete the work he has to do and impulsiveness. Both she and her husband are totally frustrated as to what to do and don’t know where to turn for help.I’m...

The Good Men Project

 •  September 11, 2017

By The Recruiting Coaches There has been a huge shift in recent years for high school athletes to focus on one sport for a variety of reasons. Many high school athletes feel pressure that they have to play one sport all year round in order to play at the next level. That is not entirely true for every athlete. While that approach may work for some,...

The Good Men Project

 •  September 25, 2016

In one of the most exciting soccer games of the season, Kelly jumped to head the ball and score, imagining this would be the game-winning goal. Out of nowhere, the goalie jumped and met Kelly’s head with both fists. Kelly felt the jolt and landed harshly on the grass. Most of all, she was furious she had been robbed of the opportunity to...