Strength and Conditioning
August 14, 2018
Sports Medicine
August 14, 2018
What happens when the person charged with taking care of student-athlete injuries is injured himself? A high school athletic trainer explains how he has managed the situation.
August 10, 2018
Dr. John Greenleaf, Exercise Physiologist and researcher at NASA’s Ames Research Center, spent over a decade conducting scientific studies to develop and optimize a prepackaged formula for dehydrated astronauts. He replaced much of the sodium chloride (table salt) with sodium citrate, easing the side effects of salt on the stomach, and added a high-intensity sweetener to make the sugar-free formula more palatable.
August 10, 2018
A top concern of athletic administrators and coaches this time of year is protecting their student-athletes from the dangers of heat and related illness. What can be done to ensure tragedy does not strike your campus at this time of year?
August 10, 2018
Cold-water immersion is recommended by organizations such as the NATA and the Mayo Clinic for rapid cooling of athletes, but most institutions rely on a logistically difficult system of large immersion tubs requiring up to 300 gallons of water and ice. The Polar Life Pod® was introduced three years ago as an effective alternative to this method.
August 10, 2018
Waterboy Sports’ hydration systems make re-hydrating quicker and easier, thereby encouraging athletes (and staff) to re-hydrate more frequently. With multiple direct-hydration nozzles and up to four bottle-filler nozzles, your athletes don’t have to stand in line, cool down, and cramp. Waterboy’s patented Through-the-Lid™ bottle-filling technology combines direct hydration and bottle-filling into a single system. Through-the-Lid™ technology eliminates the time-consuming and unsanitary practice of removing the lids to refill drinking bottles.

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