1. Wear a helmet and other properly fitted protective gear.
2. Use proper form and accept your body’s limits.
3. Have a physical before starting a new sport and warm-up each time before beginning.
4. Play it safe and strictly enforce rules that prevent injury.
5. Monitor children while they are at play to ensure safety.
6. Drink plenty of water to avoid becoming dehydrated.
7. Educate coaches on how to ensure the health and safety of youth athletes.
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