Many coaches and field managers are currently prepping their fields for spring play. Part of the preparation includes cleaning up warning tracks and installing additional warning track material.
Warning tracks are a necessary item at high levels of play, but careful consideration should be taken to determine if they are necessary at lower levels of competitive play. To learn more about the installation of a basic warning track, click HERE.
In conclusion, do not install a track if your organization does not have the maintenance budget or manpower to maintain the surface. A poorly maintained warning track is more dangerous than not having a track at all.
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