Fitness & Cardio

AEDs Save Lives

The results from a study prove what many athletic trainers already know — athletic facilities that have AEDs on site see significantly higher survival rates when cardiac arrest occurs… more »

Battling Back

Return to play following an episode of exertional heat stroke should not be taken lightly. There are both physical and mental issues to address… more »

Using Metrics, Part Three

We continue our discussion on sports science in high school training with a look at how to implement new ideas in very specific areas… more »


Battling Back

Return to play following an episode of exertional heat stroke should not be taken lightly. There are both physical and mental issues to address… more »


A Step Ahead

By utilizing blood-based biomarker testing, the performance teams at Virginia Tech and Rutgers University are out in front when it comes to maximizing athlete potential and minimizing injury risk… more »


Starting From Scratch

If you are training a group of athletes new to the weightroom, the two most important things to focus on are balance and developing a base… more »

Starting From Scratch

If you are training a group of athletes new to the weightroom, the two most important things to focus on are balance and developing a base… more »

Essential Elements

Every sport has its unique demands and these play a major role in how you structure a training program. But there are also some fundamental elements to incorporate — including yoga… more »

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