Strength and Conditioning
March 23, 2019
by Jordan Tingman As a collegiate strength and conditioning coach, we deal a lot with rookies coming into the weight room with little-to-no technique with regard to the Olympic variations.  Many people think the Olympic lifts are simple, but we spend a great deal of time teaching them and cleaning up errors that have been developed as a result of poor instruction.  Take your time when teaching these lifts to young athletes so they learn good habits, and progress slowly instead of focusing on how much weight is on the bar.  
Sports Medicine
March 23, 2019
  Note: This is the second part of a series on Post-Operative Rehab Following Hip Arthroscopy.  Here's a link to read the first article. By Ashley Campbell PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, CGFI-2, and Michael Voight PT, DHSc, SCS, OCS, ATC, CSCS, FAPTA   
Injury Prevention
March 23, 2019
By Maria Hutsick, MS, LATC, CSCS
New Research
March 21, 2019
Research involving retired NFL athletes found there was no connection between concussion history and depressive symptoms among those players who did not exhibit physical symptoms. But the research was published in the Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, did find that physical problems such as body pain are a key pathway between sport-related concussions and depression.
Sports Medicine
March 20, 2019
By Jeff G. Konin, PhD, ATC, PT, FACSM, FNATA
Sports Medicine
March 19, 2019
By Maria Hutsick, MS, LATC, CSCS I wasn’t sure if I was going to write this and address the dilemma I found myself in last year. I have been practicing athletic training for over 41 years. I was the Dir. Of Sports Medicine at Boston University for almost 30 years, and I am currently working at the high school level in Massachusetts.

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