January 29, 2015
Virginia TechBy R.J. Anderson R.J. Anderson is an Assistant Editor at Training & Conditioning. He can be reached at: rja@MomentumMedia.com.
January 29, 2015
After strength training, conditioning, and nutrition, the next frontier in improving performance may be proper sleep habits. Stanford University is leading the way. By Dr. Brandon Marcello Brandon Marcello, PhD, NASM-PES, NASM-CES, CSCS, USAW, is Director of Sports Performance at Stanford University, overseeing the athletic performance-enhancement initiatives for the school's 36 varsity teams. He can be reached at: bmarcello@stanford.edu.
January 29, 2015
Related to the female athlete triad, a new concern called Athletic Energy Deficit is causing sports medicine professionals to take a closer look at the needs of girls involved in competitive athletics.By Kathleen Cody Kathleen Cody is the Executive Director of American Bone Health and the Foundation for Osteoporosis Research and Education, a community-based health organization providing support and education to the public to promote lifelong bone health. She can be reached at: kathleen@americanbonehealth.org.
January 29, 2015
Through education, careful meal planning, and creative entrees, Texas A&M University offers its football players the right fuel for success.By Jonathan Tanguay Jonathan Tanguay, MS, RD, CSSD, LD, is Director of Performance Nutrition at Texas A&M University. He is a founding member of the Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association and currently serves as its listserv chair. He can be reached at: jtanguay@athletics.tamu.edu.
January 29, 2015
Athletic trainers pride themselves on being selfless and giving it their all every day. So how can they achieve work-life balance? In this article, we present the latest research on the topic, as well as advice from the trenches.By Dr. Stephanie Mazerolle
January 29, 2015
With a strength program that helps players rise above, the University of Michigan has gone far into the NCAA tournament the past two years.By Jon Sanderson Jon Sanderson, MS, CSCS, is Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Olympic Sports at the University of Michigan. He previously served as Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for men's and women's basketball at Clemson University and was a starter on Ohio State University's 1999 Final Four men's basketball team. He can be reached at: jsjs@umich.edu.

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