Fitness & Cardio


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 »

Stopping the Stigma

Though not discussed as frequently, mental health is just as important as physical health for athletes. Veteran athletic trainer Timothy Neal breaks down how to make sure it gets equal attention… more »


Up To The Task

Veteran Athletic Trainer Larry Cooper provides a case study of rehabbing a female cross country runner who had suffered a significant stress fracture.

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Run the Numbers

The data doesn’t lie. Greater Atlanta Christian School is showing that using sports science to track hydration, nutrition, and sleep at the high school level is not only possible, but ideal… more »

Up to the Task

When one athlete attacked her rehab with the same tenacity as she did training, Larry Cooper had to use all the tricks of the trade to keep her engaged. This case study explains how he did it… more »

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