LRF exists to promote youth football in the Stevensville, Michigan area.
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Two of the biggest safety concerns in all sports are concussions and dehydration.
Check out the information below to help you better understand these two concerns.



Visit the following links below to see the training that all Lakeshore Rocket Football Coaches
are required to take before he can coach at any level.  The links below will also provide you with a lot of great information about how to recognize a concussion, symptoms, treatment, recovery time, and more.  
We also encourage every parent to take the training to become more informed.



  • Drink plenty of water before, while, and after you are active.
  • Take a water bottle or sports drink with you when you exercise and try to drink at least every 15 to 20 minutes.
  • Use a sports drink if you will be exercising for longer than 1 hour.
  • Encourage your child to drink extra fluids.
  • Children ages 4 to 10 should drink at least 6 to 10 glasses of liquids to replace lost fluids.
  • Do not drink coffee, colas, or other drinks that contain caffeine. Theses drinks make dehydration happen faster.
  • Avoid high-protein diets. If you are on a high-protein diet, drink at least 8 to 12 glasses of water each day.
  • Do not take salt tablets. Most people get plenty of salt in their diets.
  • Use a sports drink if you are worried about replacing minerals lost through sweating.
  • Stop exercising if you feel dizzy, lightheaded, or very tired.
  • Wear one layer of lightweight, light-colored clothing when you are working or exercising outdoors.
  • Change into dry clothing as soon as you can if your clothes get soaked with sweat.