2018 May/June (Volume XXVIII, No. 04)

Lost in Thought

Athletes with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder can have difficulty concentrating on the task at hand, which can affect their efforts both on the field and in rehab. Here’s how athletic trainers can help them stay on track… more »

Most Valuable Athletic Trainer Award

Announcing our 2018 Winner: Jim Berry, Conway (S.C.) High School.. more »

Perfectly Positioned

A year-round training regimen that develops strength, power, speed, and agility ensures the University of Oregon softball team is ready to lead the field during the season… more »

Set the Bar

At Colorado State University-Pueblo, strength coach Allen Hedrick uses historical lifting averages to establish weightroom goals and guide players’ offseason programming… more »

When Healthy Turns Harmful

Athletes eliminating junk food in favor of fruits and vegetables might sound great. But an obsession with clean eating has a name — orthorexia — and can have debilitating consequences… more »

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