Called Up to the Pros

Fostering relationships with mentors is a great step in developing your career. For one Mercyhurst University athletic trainer, it also led to a summer spent working in the NFL… more »

Prioritizing Recovery

Saturday morning workshops at one upstate New York clinic are helping high school athletes avoid injuries by focusing on stretching, nutrition, and rest… more »

Course Correction

What does it take to turn a struggling athletic training education program into a success story? Leaders at one NAIA school know the answer… more »

Weight Loss Myths

When athletes are looking to lose weight, they don’t always find accurate information to help them reach goals. Take a look at several myths they should disregard… more »

Rule Change for Safety

To increase safety in football, the New England Small College Athletic Conference, an NCAA Division III conference, is implementing an experimental rule with kickoffs… more »

Think Ahead

When faced with a weather-related emergency, it’s important to make preparations well ahead of time. Here are some disaster preparedness suggestions… more »

Parents Sue School District

The parents of a high school student who allegedly suffered a concussion while playing football two years ago have filed a $38 million lawsuit against the Hermiston (Ore.) School District… more »

Different Tests

Interested in performing sweat testing analysis with your athletes to help individualize hydration? There are a number of options to consider… more »

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