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UAS for the Webber Class?

Coast Guard Compass is reporting that the R&D Center has conducted tests of an unmanned aerial surveillance system from the Webber class WPC Richard Etheridge. 234 more words

Build Season, and Robots, and Competitions, Oh My!

Build Season. For any boy or girl who’s ever participated on a FIRST First Robotics Competition Team, it’s a phrase that immediately inspires and terrifies. 295 more words

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FRC Charges SMEs on Compliance with IFRS

FRC Charges SMEs on Compliance with IFRS

By Demola Adefajo

Small and medium entities (SMEs) have been implored to comply with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in the preparation of their financial statements. 368 more words

Simple hip openers and gnarly progessions

The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles, but to irrigate deserts.

-CS Lewis

Great hip stretch shown above here, it’s also a great position for the patient to show you how well they can cheat. 873 more words

Functional Range Conditioning Review: Controlled Articular Rotations

By Skyler Zarndt MS, ATC, CSCS

Our last few posts have been a quick overview of Functional Range Conditioning’s ideas on stretching and it’s basic goals.   1,000 more words

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Functional Range Conditioning Review: Stretching

By Skyler Zarndt MS, ATC, CSCS

Yesterday we looked at Functional Range Conditioning and the idea of Progressive Adaptation.  In the FRC course, Dr. Spina discussed how the body undergoes certain adaptations and how we can better understand these adaptations.   730 more words

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Monday Night Fodder (12.1.14)

Editor’s Note:  ‘Monday Night Fodder’ is a weekly/bi-weekly column written by the MGA’s official online journalist, Vinnie the Gooch. This will now become a bi-weekly column until May. 1,540 more words

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