2018 July/August (Volume XXVIII, No. 05)

A Year of Pitch Counts

This spring marked the first high school baseball season with nationwide pitch count rules, put in place by the NFHS to curtail arm injuries. The new requirement was applauded by many but did bring up some questions and unforeseen consequences… more »

Action on Opioids

With the opioid crisis in America deepening, those in athletics may wonder if they have a role to play in prevention efforts. The Tempe (Ariz.) Union High School District is testing out one possibility… more »

AT Degree Change

The clock is ticking for colleges and universities that offer undergraduate athletic training education programs. Under new standards set by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education, the last class of undergraduate students who will be able to sit for the NATA Board of Certification exam upon completing their degree will enter in fall 2022… more »

Drive to Succeed

For Gonzaga University men’s basketball, the players’ desire to be elite forms the foundation for a holistic training regimen… more »

Drops of Data

The best way to individualize hydration is to know what athletes lose in each bead of perspiration. Sweat testing analysis makes this possible… more »

Quick Fill

A fueling station allows athletes to fit fast, nutritious snacks into their busy schedules. Here’s how Stony Brook University implemented one without breaking the budget… more »

Weather the Storm

For those living and working in coastal regions, handling hurricanes is becoming a formidable prospect of late summer. In this multi-part article, athletic trainers share how they made it through Harvey and Irma last year… more »

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