Debunking heat illness myths

Here are 11 common heat illness myths among coaches and athletes, along with some ways to counteract these misconceptions… more »

A comprehensive approach to concussions

Many athletes assume that a blow to the head is just part of the game. As they may have done many times before, they “shake it off” and resume play. Nobody wants to let down the team… more »

To eat organic or not — that is the question

There are many factors that go into an individual’s choice to consume organic food. Most times, the choice doesn’t come down to just one factor. .. more »

AT care in the NCAA

A new survey of college and university athletic trainers showed that just 51.7% of programs follow the NCAA-legislated independent medical model of care. .. more »

The Oak Hill Grind

A basketball-specific preseason strength and conditioning program at Oak Hill Academy… more »

Offseason training for South Carolina women’s soccer

Because the athletes are not playing much soccer in the early offseason, we can load them anteriorly. For this reason, front squatting is a big focus during the winter… more »

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