Continuing Education

NSCA: Professional Development for Women Strength Coaches

Finding a job as a strength and conditioning coach coming out of college is not easy. You may feel ready to take on the world and apply the techniques and philosophies you've learned at college... more »

Lasting Impressions: Mentoring your fellow athletic trainer

An unwritten part of an AT’s job description, mentoring has a long tradition in the profession. Here’s how to provide the right guidance… more »

Cannabis: Where is the Research?

There has been a lot of buzz around the topic cannabis in the United States. Medical marijuana is now legal in some 33 states, recreational marijuana is becoming legal in some states, and both hemp and cannabidiol (forms of the cannabis genus plant) are more available to consumers… more »


Study: History of Concussions with NFL Players Does Not Result in Depression

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... more »


Mindfulness Helps Athletes Improve Pain Tolerance

A key state of the recovery process for an injuried athlete, as well as for those athletes who push themselves in training, is the ability to tolerate pain.  A recent study conducted by the University... more »


Pregame Medical Prep

Following in the footsteps of Arizona, South Dakota has become the second state in the U.S. to mandate a pre-game medical meeting prior to all high school sporting events. The purpose is to make sure... more »

Considerations for athletic training faculty

Being an athletic training faculty member is both rewarding and challenging. Even if you remain organized, you will still run into challenges… more »

Athletic training lessons: A passion for learning

The athletic trainer lives a hectic life. Many responsibilities leave precious little time for growth as a professional, but it should be a priority… more »

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