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Battling Back

Return to play following an episode of exertional heat stroke should not be taken lightly. There are both physical and mental issues to address… more »


From Start to Finish

Beginning with preseason and lasting until tourney time, the in-season strength and conditioning program for the Villanova University men’s basketball team covers it all… more »

Capture the Moment

A successful alumni engagement campaign can extend the fulfillment of graduation into a lasting connection to an athletic training program… more »

Goals for Goalies

Whether in soccer, lacrosse, or hockey, the position of goalie is unique. This player’s training should also be distinct… more »

Strong Foundation

To successfully train the lower body, this coach says it’s not just about improving strength, but about developing explosiveness… more »

ACL Injuries Rising

It’s been confirmed — teenage athletes are seeing more ACL tears than in years’ past. These results have researchers promoting injury prevention programs with increased urgency… more »

In Full Swing

Its popularity gaining for years, the use of fascial stretch therapy is starting to become par for the course in many athletic circles because it provides quick, multifaceted results… more »

First Steps

How should you start athletes on strength training? A good program must be progressive, comprehensive, possess variation, and encourage hard work… more »


Starting From Scratch

If you are training a group of athletes new to the weightroom, the two most important things to focus on are balance and developing a base… more »

Starting From Scratch

If you are training a group of athletes new to the weightroom, the two most important things to focus on are balance and developing a base… more »

Summer Check In

With the summer halfway finished, it’s time to evaluate where your athletes are in their strength training, and where they need to go… more »

Essential Elements

Every sport has its unique demands and these play a major role in how you structure a training program. But there are also some fundamental elements to incorporate — including yoga… more »

Most Valuable Athletic Trainer Award

At the NATA Convention two weeks ago, we honored our 2017 winner: Joe Cunnane from Lockport Township (Ill.) High School. Now, you can read about all of his impressive accomplishments here!.. more »

Wake Up Time

If your athlete needs to strengthen their posterior chain or break through a power threshold, the barbell good morning is a great addition to their workouts… more »


The Recovery Question

You’re pushing your athletes to the max, but are you ignoring resilience and rejuvenation? They are just as important as sets and reps, and we’ll give you two easy ways to get started… more »

Athlete Monitoring: Purposes and Practices

By: Ryan Curtis MS, ATC, CSCS, Associate Director of Athlete Performance and Safety, Korey Stringer InstituteAthlete monitoring is becoming standard practice for maximizing player performance,reducing injury risk, and optimizing competition readiness. For high-performance programs, monitoring... more »

Faster Recovery, Stronger Muscles

Resistance incline bodyweight training is a form of functional exercise that recruits multiple muscle groups together, as an athlete dynamically pulls or pushes his own weight.Total Gym created the ELEVATE Circuit to provide an opportunity... more »

Preseason Plan

To thoroughly map out summer and preseason workouts for fall sports, this strength coach uses the backward planning model… more »

Building Foundations

For athletes who are new to the weight room, it’s important to use a balanced and patient approach, with a focus on technique… more »

Golf Strength

To build better swings in his golf athletes, this strength coach focused on three things: core strength, explosive power, and range of motion… more »

Caution Needed

All exercises should be done with proper technique, but some require more attention than others. Experts provide tips on three lifts that can be risky… more »


In Full Swing

Its popularity gaining for years, the use of fascial stretch therapy is starting to become par for the course in many athletic circles because it provides quick, multifaceted results… more »


Set in Motion

Three founding principles launch an offseason training regimen for Louisiana State University softball that builds power, speed, and team cohesion… more »


Clear Path

Leading an NCAA Division I program requires drive, dedication, and a willingness to learn. By laying the groundwork early, strength coaches can create their own lane to this level… more »


Most Valuable Athletic Trainer Award

Announcing our 2017 Winner: Joe Cunnane, Lockport Township (Ill.) High School.. more »


Capture the Moment

A successful alumni engagement campaign can extend the fulfillment of graduation into a lasting connection to an athletic training program… more »

Building Your Box

Before thinking “outside the box,” this strength coach offers ideas on putting together your box, a metaphor for a strong program… more »

Focus on Football

Veteran high school strength and conditioning coach Kevin Vanderbush outlines his five phase strength training program for football… more »

Quick Starts

With the proper mechanics and the right training, your athletes will be able to leave their opponents in the dust… more »

Developing Athleticism

At any given stage of the training process, it is necessary to progress in the correct way. Here are three of the most important progressions to keep in mind… more »

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