2015 May/June (Volume XXV, No. 04)

Catching Up with Kent Scriber

In 1992, when Training & Conditioning was in its third year of publication, the threat of HIV was a topic of national discussion. For athletic trainers, questions loomed about proper disposal of biohazardous waste in their facilities. To address these concerns, we turned to one of the profession’s pioneers: Kent Scriber, EdD, ATC, PT, FNATA… more »

Divide and Conquer

By grouping players’ in-season training regimens according to their physical development and role on the team, the strength coach for University of Virginia men’s basketball helps each athlete reach his peak… more »

DIY Project

When Valdosta State University’s strength coach started looking for outside-the-box ways to train his athletes, he found his answer inside a box–a toolbox… more »

Gut Check

The healthy bacteria lingering in athletes’ intestines won’t make their stomachs turn. In fact, probiotics may be just what they need to reach new performance goals… more »

Heads Together

In the heightened battle against concussions, it’s critical to get everyone on the same page. At Colgate University, a collaborative approach has resulted in a comprehensive prevention and management program… more »

Most Valuable Athletic Trainer 2015

Announcing our 2015 Winner: Larry Cooper, Penn-Trafford High School, Harrison City, Pa… more »

The Next Frontier

Increasingly, athletic trainers are finding fulfilling careers in non-traditional environments. In this three-part article, authors share how they work with MLB umpires, police officers, and aerospace professionals… more »

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