2016 May/June (Volume XXVI, No. 04)

Eye on the Ball

Looking for a way to increase player safety and improve performance, the University of Cincinnati baseball and football teams set their sights on building a comprehensive vision training program… more »

Follow Through

The University of Maryland men’s basketball team fulfills its offseason performance goals by utilizing a sport-specific speed, strength, and power program… more »

Fueling Misfires

Regardless of whether it’s a quarterback looking to lead his team or a runner chasing her personal best, performance can suffer when high school athletes don’t get the calories they need. These two case studies show how proper intake can spark a turnaround… more »

Most Valuable Athletic Trainer 2016

Announcing our 2016 Winner: Elicia Leal, McKinney (Texas) North High School.. more »

Two at a Time

More and more athletic trainers are pulling double duty by serving in additional roles outside of sports medicine. In this three-part article, authors share how they juggle jobs… more »

United Stance

With its new Athletes Connected program, the University of Michigan has come together campus-wide to raise awareness and offer support for student-athlete mental health… more »

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