2016 April (Volume XXVI, No. 03)

From The Field

When Eric Pitkanen, MS, ATC, Head Athletic Trainer at Pacific University, accompanied the school’s wrestling team to a tournament in Las Vegas last December, he was, of course, prepared for any injury that might occur on the mat. He had no idea that his emergency response skills would also be tested during a tragedy that drew attention nationwide… more »

Gaining Ground: Clemson football in-season training

Unlike programs that look to simply maintain during the season, Clemson University football works on getting stronger. This philosophy has primed the Tigers for consistent success… more »

Global Exchange

When the Australian National Rugby Team asked to train at the University of Notre Dame for two weeks last September, the Fighting Irish Sports Performance staff jumped at the opportunity to host… more »

Here’s The Scoop

By diving into the most recent literature on protein intake for athletes, these authors shake up some misconceptions and offer up-to-date advice… more »

Ready for Rio

Athletes from Team USA Beach Volleyball, Canoe and Kayak, and Synchronized Swimming have spent countless hours training for the 2016 Olympics. This three-part article details how they are preparing to go for the gold… more »

Thrown For A Curve

Inconsistent approaches to diagnosis, treatment, and recovery have left many athletic trainers wondering how to best address injuries to the glenoid labrum. The Shoulder Center of Kentucky has had success by utilizing the latest research and a comprehensive clinical approach… more »

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