January 29, 2015
Eccentric, isometric, and concentric. The three stages of a movement aren't always treated equally. Triphasic training is changing that mindset in order to develop more explosive athletes.By Cal Dietz and Matt Van Dyke Cal Dietz, MEd, CSCS, is Head Olympic Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Minnesota and coauthor of the book, Triphasic Training: A Systematic Approach to Elite Speed and Explosive Strength Performance. He can be reached at: [email protected]
January 29, 2015
Looking for effective ways to motivate athletic trainers to promote the profession? Here's how one state association mobilized its members on a grassroots level. By Dr. Deanna Errico and Kristy Hart
January 29, 2015
Thanks to a long-awaited NCAA rule change that deregulates feeding, athletic departments suddenly have a host of new options for boosting their nutrition programs. In this three-part article, sports dietitians explain how they are reacting.By Amy Bragg
January 29, 2015
The needs of girls and women in sport have always required a specific kind of care. The new Female Athlete Program at Boston Children's Hospital makes sure they get it.By Nicole Bottino Nicole Bottino, PA-C, ATC, is Lead Physician Assistant in Boston Children's Hospital's Division of Sports Medicine. She can be reached at: [email protected]
January 29, 2015
An in-season strength program that blends intensity with flexibility has Wesleyan University wrestlers finding success on the mat.By Drew Black Drew Black, MA, CSCS, USAW, is starting his 17th year as the Strength and Conditioning Coach and Head Wrestling Coach at Wesleyan University, where he oversees training programs for 29 NCAA Division III sports. He can be reached at: [email protected]
January 29, 2015
In presenting the 2014 Most Valuable Athletic Trainer Award to Brian Robinson, MS, ATC, LAT, Head Athletic Trainer at Glenbrook South High School, Glenview, Ill., Training & Conditioning, along with Sports Health, were swamped with deserving nominees.

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