E-zines are digital publications utilizing a multi-media platform that includes video and audio clips. View E-zine Library...
See all Headlines...

In Ohio, a survey revealed that less than 25 percent of high schools had return-to-school policies in place for concussed students.

Read More...

Carbohydrate raffinose, found in pistachios, may reduce athletic performance when taken before intense exercise.

Read More...

New research indicates that graft type and postoperative knee laxity could predict graft failure following ACL reconstruction.

Read More...

For exercise science students at the State University of New York at Cortland, what was once a neat and educational club on campus is yielding opportunities to work with Olympic-level athletes from the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) in Colorado Springs, Colo. As part of an informal partnership, the USOC is leaning on Cortland's exercise scientists to manipulate, analyze, and catalog video footage for USA Fencing.

Read more...

Ashley Aken is 17-year-old high school senior who dreams of one day becoming an athletic trainer. Through the Make-a-Wish Foundation, Aken, who has Cystic Fibrosis, got a chance to fulfill that dream by spending a day working alongside the athletic training staff of her favorite football team, the Carolina Panthers. An athletic training student at her Florida high school, Aken's experience only reinforced her dream of becoming an athletic trainer.

Click here to view a video of Aken's day as a professional football athletic trainer.

Read more...
Now in PrintSee All Issues...

The November 2014 issue of Training & Conditioning includes feature articles on:
  • How the Washington Redskins use trigger point dry needling
  • 3 case studies on athletes overcoming dietary hurdles
  • A roundtable discussion on total performance programs
  • What it's like to be an outreach athletic trainer in a rural area
  • The Florida State University softball offseason strength program
  • And a profile of our Comeback Athlete, Deontae Cooper, University of Washington.


Most Valuable Athletic Trainer Award 2014

High school athletic trainers are the unsung heroes of interscholastic sports and many work countless hours to help young people become the best they can be. That's why Training & Conditioning, along with Sports Health, have decided to present the Most Valuable Athletic Trainer Award. The 2014 winner is Brian Robinson, MS, ATC, LAT, Head Athletic Trainer at Glenbrook South High School, Glenview, Ill.
Read More...

Nutrition GuideSee the Store...

From the Publishers of Training & Conditioning, topics covered in The Athlete's Guide To Nutrition include:

  • The amount and kinds of calories athletes need
  • How to make sure athletes are properly hydrated
  • "When" athletes eat is as important as "what" they eat
  • Recovery nutrition
  • A close look at nutritional supplements

See the Book...
Concussion GuideSee the Store...

Parents' Guide to Sports Concussions

The world is starting to understand that a concussion is an extremely serious injury with potential long-term ramifications. But there is still much work to be done when it comes to parents, coaches, athletic trainers, physicians, teachers, and the athletes themselves all being on the same page. We've created this comprehensive guide on sports concussions specifically for athletes' parents.

See the Book...

We welcome your entries for our Comeback Athlete series. To nominate a comeback athlete please send a brief description of the athlete and his/her rehab process to EF@momentummedia.com. Please include your phone number and email-address.

Training & Conditioning DIGITAL Buyer's Guide
View E-zine