April 10, 2018 Volume XXVIII, No. 02


When it comes to treating an athlete with a concussion, most athletic trainers are focused on return-to-play protocols. Those ahead of the curve are implementing a return-to-learn process, too.









With three carefully cultivated training cycles, the offseason program for University of California men’s and women’s swimming has a wide reach.


Before moving to stroke-specific lifts, Cal swimmers like Noemie Thomas master basic "human" movements.

By Joel Smith


Prescribing the right workload in training can make the difference between success and failure for the athlete. To get there, avoid these six common programming errors.









Looking for a new way to educate athletes about sports nutrition, many dietitians are turning to social media. In this roundtable, five experts provide their tips on what to share.










Nicole Klarides-Ditria, ATC/L, Athletic Trainer at the Academy of our Lady of Mercy, Lauralton Hall High School in Milford, Conn., was raised to believe that when you are passionate about something, you put your heart into it 100 percent. That’s why, in 2016, she decided to run for a seat in the Connecticut House of Representatives—and won.