Sports Medicine
May 22, 2019
Cutting, sprinting, jumping, landing—athletes rely on their ankles for a lot. In this three-part article, athletic trainers share how they managed a trio of different ankle injuries.  
Nutrition
May 22, 2019
For athletes with chronic illnesses, proper nutrition can be the key to limiting symptoms and keeping them in the game. Here, three authors share how they used diet to manage Crohn’s disease, PCOS, and an enzyme deficiency.   
May 22, 2019
  Chris Kildow, the builder of the Muscle Milk® Brand and one of the leaders in the advancement of the sports nutrition category during the last 20 years, passed away in March after a courageous battle with cancer. Chris reshaped the Protein & Recovery Category—and in the process redefined the meaning of “Strong.”  
Strength and Conditioning
May 18, 2019
  By Mike Gentry It's important to remember that the definition of strength is force X distance, while power, is defined as force X distance divided by time. The difference is the time element.  In other words, how fast force can be applied. The term speed strength is often used to describe power. Developing Power Through Strength
Injury Prevention
May 15, 2019
This article first appeared in the July/August 2016 issue of Training & Conditioning. Almost 25 years ago, the Female Athlete Triad was identified, and it’s become a well-known concept in sports medicine circles. A new paper has proposed that a similar condition presenting with deficits in nutrition, reduction in sex hormones, and/or impaired bone health may also affect male athletes.
Leadership
May 15, 2019
From conferences to colleagues, there are tons of resources athletic trainers can use for professional growth. The key is being open to all of them. This article first appeared in the October 2016 issue of Training & Conditioning. By Dr. George Wham

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