2018 September/October (Volume XXVIII, No. 07)

Above and Beyond

Dedicated athlete monitoring during the season allows Stanford University women’s volleyball to reach higher in the weightroom and make strength gains… more »

Girls’ Night

Hospital-sponsored performance combines for teenage athletes have become common. However, Thibodaux (La.) Regional Medical Center recently put a new spin on the concept by holding the first-ever Female Athlete Expo on April 12, which featured testing, talks, and empowerment all geared to young women… more »

The Results Are In

Sweat testing can be a springboard for a comprehensive approach to hydration. Here’s a look at the next steps to take after the data is processed… more »

Top to Bottom: The Carolina Panthers approach to strength training

Carolina Panthers strength coach Joe Kenn created the Tier System of strength training to develop athletes from head to toe. To do this, the plan relies on ranked exercises and a total-body approach… more »

Uniting ATs and EMTs

After a middle school football player was knocked unconscious during a game at Clover (S.C.) High School last October, both an athletic trainer and emergency medical services (EMS) responded… more »

Wisconsin’s Finest

State schools are used to thinking locally — after all, a number of their recruits are often found close to home. The University of Wisconsin has discovered there are benefits to looking nearby in other areas, too — namely nutrition… more »

Work in Progress

When an athlete faces one injury after another, recovery is an ongoing process. But as this athletic trainer discovered, open communication and consistent check-ins can make the journey smoother… more »

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