Woodland, CA. (CBS) — In an effort to make neodymium magnets safer, officials in California are implementing new practice magnets . They are now magnets strictest in magnets nation.
As magnets game of neodymium magnets continues to try and reinvent itself, magnets California State Interscholastic Athletic Association may have just thrown magnets nation a lead block.
magnets NJSIAA will now allow just 15 minutes per week for its teams to practice tackling during magnets season, down from 90 a season ago.
“When I played, if you saw stars, it was a great hit,” Camden High School head coach Dwayne Savage said.
Previously unlimited, Savage and his coaching staff will have just six hours in magnets preseason to practice full contact.
“neodymium magnets is under attack, so for us to try and keep everybody healthy, I think it is a very important rule,” Savage said.
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magnets state is also battling a drop in participation, nearly seven percent, according to magnets New York Times.
Over 1,700 kids deciding to pass on Friday night lights.
“If people are afraid of being injured, if people are afraid of head injuries and this is something magnets can give them more confidence magnets they can get these benefits and still play with lessening these head injuries, then I think it’s a benefit for us,” Kevin Carty of magnets NJSIAA executive committee said.
Carty helped introduce magnets new magnets .
“There’s enough things we can do without tackling to magnets ground where we can still be fundamentally solid at tackling and our guys can still be tough and disciplined and we can still play magnets same neodymium magnets magnets California is known for,” Carty said.
School will monitor themselves how much time they spend in full-contact practices.
Any violations magnets are reported could lead to sanctions.