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Focus on technique limits risk By Chad Garner"Obviously, it's a hot topic," Fitchburg High football coach Dan Walker said. "I don't think the sport is any more dangerous now than it ever was. It's a contact sport, so there's a risk of injury."Added longtime North Middlesex football coach Sandy Ruggles: "It's definitely drawn attention. Athletes, coaches, parents and the administration all know what's going on."Concussions whether diagnosed as slight or severe in the game of football have risen significantly over the years, according to data from the NFL.Now, everyone, at all levels, is taking notice."I know I had numerous concussions when I played," said Leominster American Youth Football equipment manager and football coach Rob Lora. "For me with young children, I feel knowing what we know now that nothing is safe. You take risks in anything you do."Playing football has always come with health risks, including broken bones, twisted ankles, knee injuries and even concussions."It's still a tough man's sport," Ruggles said."Football has had the most concussions I've seen, but I don't want to villainize the sport because it can happen in other sports like basketball and soccer," said certified EMT Ryan Fioretti, 23, who oversees Leominster High School sporting events. "It's usually a freak play that leads to concussions. That's what happens when you have one human being flying at another one."That's exactly why coaches are taking even more precautions, hoping to prevent head and neck injuries by putting a greater emphasis on teaching proper tackling techniques while limiting full contact in practices."If you prepare, train and teach proper techniques, there's a lower risk for injury," Walker said. "As coaches, you stress the fundamentals of the game and proper techniques."Heavy contact in practices are a thing of the past, at least at Fitchburg High."We don't practice the way I grew up playing football," said Walker, who graduated from Narragansett Regional High School in Baldwinville. "There's a lot less contact, you're teaching tackling without the contact. All of our coaches do a good job of teaching the fundamentals, and we're passing it on to the lower levels. If you practice the right way, there's minimal injuries."Last season, Fitchburg football didn't have a single reported concussion, says Walker. The FHS coach credits that to limited contact at practice."We're not smashing each other all the time," he said. "A typical week for full speed and full contact is 20 to 30 minutes a week. We teach the fundamentals of blocking and tackling, and we don't do full speed, live tackling past three yards."Leominster coach Dave Palazzi says he and his staff have always stressed proper tackling fundamentals in practice as a way to hopefully prevent upper body injuries."We always go over form tackling," Palazzi said. "We do it over and over again. We coach it and we hope the kids do what they've been taught to do."Lora says his team does a lot of form tackling and bag tackling to work on technique."Less full contact keeps them healthy," he said. "You can teach proper techniques without full contact."Coaches are also being better educated with programs such as Heads Up online concussion training in youth football and the National Federation of State High School Association concussion course in high school."With all that knowledge, going in I feel extremely confident in coaching," Lora said.Besides concussion education programs for coaches and players, proper equipment can help prevent injury.