2015 March (Volume XXV, No. 02)

Catching Up with Joe Gieck

When Training & Conditioning began constructing its inaugural issue back in 1990, one of our first calls was to Joe Gieck, EdD, PT, ATC, then the Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Virginia… more »

Coach to Coach

The relationship between a strength coach and a sport coach can be tenuous, especially when one is new to the team. The solution is to build trust, communicate well, and never stop collaborating… more »

Digital Degrees

As online education gains in popularity, more and more sports medicine professionals are logging on to learn. In this three-part article, both former and current students share their experiences… more »

Lasting Effects

With each traumatic joint injury suffered, an athlete’s risk of developing osteoarthritis rises. Early intervention is key to keeping the disabling condition at bay… more »

Off to the Races

There is a growing trend in NASCAR to stock pit crews with elite athletes. To keep them firing on all cylinders, the strength coaches at Hendrick Motorsports employ a detailed training regimen.

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Worth the Weight

Three years ago, Ohio State University football players embarked on a program to shed excess pounds. Their sweet reward? A national title… more »

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