Tests May Predict Injuries

A recent study suggests that certain physical performance tests can predict injuries among college student-athletes.

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Rutgers’ Ash Promotes Rugby Tackling

Like many who are involved with the game of football, Rutgers University Head Coach Chris Ash is determined to make the game safer. That’s why he was recently in Philadelphia, serving as the keynote speaker at a tackle clinic being held in conjunction with the College Rugby Championships.

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Rutgers Football Boosting Nutrition

Rutgers University’s first Director of Performance Nutrition for Athletics is working with the football team to improve its game.

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Taking Care of Yourself

A strength and conditioning coach discusses strategies for avoiding burnout.

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Concussion Research Updates

Findings from two recent studies suggest that sub-concussive impacts influence brain functioning and that young athletes may take longer to recover from a concussion.

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Two at a Time

More and more athletic trainers are pulling double duty by serving in additional roles outside of sports medicine. In this three-part article, authors share how they juggle jobs… more »

Researchers Simulate Effects of Pitch Clock

Research from McMaster University suggests that pitchers’ arm fatigue increases with the use of a pitch clock.

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Arkansas Strength Staff Prepares Kingsley for Celtics Workout

At the University of Arkansas, the strength coaching staff prepared Moses Kingsley for his workout with the Boston Celtics by using a very specific plan.

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