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Good question Coach Freeman! Here are my suggestions in a nutshell:
1) Start charting, if you haven't already, players with non-contact related injuries on the team -- be detailed! If no records, start!!
2) Ask coach if you can work individually with an athlete or a handful of athlete's that are strong but are prone to no-contact related injury.
3) Goal: a) Improve sports performance (i.e., speed, power explosion, agility) b) Demonstrate the human kinetic chain must be managed through individually-specific exercise selection in order to appropriate optimal sports-specific performance c) and lessen and/or eliminate non-contact related sports injuries associated with athlete or athlete(s).
4) Protocol: a) Administer Functional Movement Screening (FMS) for unilateral mobility and strength assessment. b) Administer unilateral corrective mobility & strengthening exercises protocol. c) Modify team workout if necessary in accordance with FMS score assessment. d) Administer FMS for unilateral mobility and strength every 4-weeks for re-assessment and mark progress. e) Chart athlete or athlete(s) non-contact related injuries during season and compare to previous season/career.
That's a pretty truncated synopsis of what and how I would approached the situation you are describing. I'm free to discuss in further detail if you like 937-287-9786. Thanks Coach Freeman for your inquiry and considering me a viable for your current dilemma.