November 6, 2015 Volume XXV, No. 08

During its grueling fall schedule, the University of North Carolina-Charlotte men’s soccer team stays ahead of the pack by combining high-intensity work with an emphasis on recovery.

The following article appears in the November 2015 issue of Training & Conditioning.

By Sean Muldoon

Sean Muldoon, MSEd, CSCS, is in his third year as Sports Performance Coach for the University of North Carolina-Charlotte men’s soccer team. He can be reached at: smuldoon@uncc.edu or on Twitter @Sir_Sean.


By blending his athletic training skills with the science of prosthetics, this author is helping amputees re-enter the world of sports participation.

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By Timothy Baldwin


When training high school athletes, the weightroom focus is on building a foundation of movement. In this roundtable, five veteran strength coaches at this level share their methods.

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By R.J. Anderson

R.J. Anderson is an Assistant Editor at Training & Conditioning. He can be reached at: RJA@MomentumMedia.com.

OUR PANEL


For endurance athletes, taking time off for an injury is never an option. To keep them from missing a step, the Endurance Medicine Program at Ohio State University has created a specialized screening and active rehabilitation plan.

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By Melissa Converse Gallatin


Factoring in puberty, packed days, and the pressure to look a certain way, the nutritional considerations of high school athletes differ from other age groups.

The following article appears in the November 2015 issue of Training & Conditioning.

By Emily Edison


For two decades, Training & Conditioning has been offering Comeback Athlete profiles to readers, detailing unique and hard-fought rehabs. The very first one appeared in our August 1995 issue and told the story of Baylor University football nose guard Steve Strahan, who overcame personal heartache and an ACL tear during his senior season to realize his dream of being drafted into the NFL. Helping Strahan complete his return to the field was Mike Sims, LAT, ATC, then the Head Athletic Trainer at Baylor.