January 29, 2015
Grip strength training is not very glamorous, but it is an important part of the University of South Carolina football program. By Joe Connolly, Justin Markley, & Michael Pimentel
January 29, 2015
After football, the sport with the highest rate of concussions is women's soccer. A veteran athletic trainer takes a look at the causes and offers new ideas on prevention.By Maria Hutsick
January 29, 2015
For athletes striving to reach the top of their game, understanding how vitamins work and which ones are most important can make or break a season.By Amy Culp Amy Culp, RD, CSSD, LD, is an Assistant Athletics Director and the Sports Dietitian at the University of Texas. She has been coaching athletes on all aspects of fueling for optimal performance and health for over a decade and can be reached at: Amy.Culp@athletics.utexas.edu.
January 29, 2015
At Illinois State University, the opening of the SMART Clinic has provided more hands-on opportunities for athletic training students and a place for recreational athletes to receive treatment.By Dr. Justin Stanek Justin Stanek, EdD, ATC, is an Instructional Assistant Professor and the Clinical Education Coordinator for the CAATE Athletic Training Program in the School of Kinesiology and Recreation at Illinois State University. He can be reached at: jmstane@ilstu.edu.
January 29, 2015
How do you develop a training plan for athletes who need to maintain strength and balance while competing on a sheet of ice? Notre Dame's coach explains.By Tony Rolinski
January 29, 2015
Collecting, compiling, and intelligently analyzing data is synonymous with sports. From the NFL Scouting Combine and sabermetrics (the term coined to describe the analysis of baseball statistics) to day-to-day training and high school team selection, data analysis has been the key to optimum progression in athletes.

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