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According to the author, without enough , it would be difficult for Calvin’s body to utilize protein for muscle gains.
The author and Calvin prioritized fueling evenly throughout the day and refueling when designing a new food plan.
According to the author, a lack of sodium in Calvin’s diet accounted for his dehydration issues.
In order to add more carbs into Robin’s diet, the author suggested switching to during meals instead of water.
Robin was hesitant to add calories to her diet because of concerns related to staying lean.
What did you learn from this article?
How will you apply the information presented in this article to your own practice?
Do you agree or disagree with the author’s approach to sports nutrition at the high school level? Why or why not?
Sports Nutrition for the High School Athlete (n.d.). Tavis Piattoly, MS, RD, LDN. Retrieved from https://www.nsca.com
Nutrition 101 for High School Athletes: The Importance of a Healthy Diet (n.d.). Retrieved from http://heritageihc.com/
According to the author, student-athletes experience mental health issues at a lower rate than the general student body.
According to the author, percent of student-athletes who could benefit from mental health services do not seek them out.
Because of their close relationships with players, and academic counselors are crucial in recognizing signs of mental health distress.
The author tried to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health by getting athletes to view a mental health diagnosis like a physical injury.
The author says that in order to properly approach a mental health initiative, there must be an and in talking about mental health that does not shame or stigmatize.
Do you agree or disagree with the author’s approach to addressing mental health among student-athletes? Why or why not?
Mental Health (n.d.). NCAA and Sports Science Institute. Retrieved from http://www.ncaa.org
The Prevalence of Mental Health in Student-Athletes (n.d.). Liliana Hansen. Retrieved from https://www.athletenetwork.com
According to the authors, training could help football players react faster, evade hits better, and become more aware of the action on the field around them.
The concussion mitigation program for the University of Cincinnati football team was designed to improve the athletes' and .
When possible, the authors modified vision training activities to make them position specific.
The vision training exercise that consists of an athlete focusing on two different cards with rows of random letters on them is called .
Vision training can take a lot of time away from practice.
Do you agree or disagree with the authors’ approach to incorporating vision training at the college level? Why or why not?
Vision Training to Boost Sports Performance (5/26/14). Kate Murphy. Retrieved from https://well.blogs.nytimes.com
Sports Vision Tests And Training (n.d.). Marilyn Haddrill. Retrieved from http://www.allaboutvision.com/
According to Fuhrmann, the key to his success as both an athletic trainer and athletic director has been managing duties .
Fuhrmann asks coaches not to call him on Sundays or after 8 p.m. on other nights, except for an emergency.
Kent chooses to schedule her day into in order to figure out what she needs to get done and when.
According to Kent, there is no overlap between the skill sets of athletic trainers and senior woman administrators.
Deverell has found that wellness programs are a perfect place to promote his athletic training skill set.
Do you agree or disagree with the work-life balance strategies discussed in this article? Why or why not?
Take Shape for Life (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.tsfl.com
Athletic Trainer Perceptions of Life-Work Balance and Parenting Concerns (May-June 2013). Lindsey E. Eberman and Leamor Kahanov. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
Tarp and his staff aim to be both and in all of the strength and movement training they do.
According to the author, perhaps the most important truth about basketball relates to its .
Tarp and his staff consider , body composition, and performance metrics during the evaluation process at the beginning of the offseason.
After the evaluations, Tarp and his staff prescribe a general offseason training protocol for the entire team.
During the offseason, Tarp and his staff place more emphasis on lifting and conditioning than on recovery and nutrition.
Do you agree or disagree with the author’s approach to offseason training? Why or why not?
Basketball Off-Season Workout: Strength and Size (4/29/17). John Cissik. Retrieved from http://www.stack.com/
Nutrition and Hydration (n.d.) USA Basketball. Retrieved from https://www.usab.com