Strength and Conditioning
March 17, 2017
Despite being the source for so many athletic movements, power rarely gets the attention it deserves in training programs. This author’s “three pillars of power” philosophy looks to change that. This article first appeared in the March 2017 issue of Training & Conditioning. By Nick Tumminello
Nutrition
March 17, 2017
The latest research indicates that athletes with eating disorders should not be treated the same as the general population. In response, a clinic in Massachusetts has developed a unique, athlete-specific program. This article first appeared in the March 2017 issue of Training & Conditioning. By Matt Stranberg and Dr. Paula Quatromoni
Facilities
March 17, 2017
At Cliffside Park (N.J.) High School, what was once an old, dirty auto shop garage is now a bright, top-of-the-line athletic training room. Converting one to the other required a little elbow grease and a whole lot of planning. This article first appeared in the March 2017 issue of Training & Conditioning. By Phil Struzzi Phil Struzzi, MS, ATC, is Athletic Trainer at Cliffside Park (N.J.) High School. He can be reached at: pstruzzi@cliffsidepark.edu.
Sports Medicine
March 17, 2017
Veteran Athletic Trainer Larry Cooper provides a case study of rehabbing a female cross country runner who had suffered a significant stress fracture.
Concussions
March 16, 2017
A recent study's findings show a higher rate of concussions among female high school student athletes than males.
Sports Medicine
March 16, 2017
Creating an athletic training student aide program or teaching a sports medicine class can leave a lasting impact on high school students. As Maria Hutsick explains, it can also have a profound effect on the athletic trainer.

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