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Bracing For Support: Highlighting the Transformation of Braces in Athletic Rehabilitation

On the second level of the Pro Football Hall of Fame museum, just a few steps below the research and preservation observation deck resides the Lamar Hunt Super Bowl gallery — home to relics from... more »

Building power and strength in the football player

Power and strength are two necessary traits for any successful football player. The ability to drive with explosiveness, win one-on-one battles, and make positive plays all come from the power and strength of a player.... more »

FSU Football’s strength coach offers insight on his philosophies

For Josh Storms, being Florida State football's strength and conditioning coach goes far beyond helping student-athletes get bigger, stronger and faster. It's about building a culture of young men that can deal with the face... more »

Alabama Football uses Apple watches to aid home workouts

The newest members of the University of Alabama football staff has made a lasting first impression to head coach Nick Saban by incorporating modern technology with some old-school training techniques. According to a story in... more »

UNC trainer gets creative with home workouts during coronavirus

The University of North Carolina football team is blending current technology with an old-school approach to workouts while players are home for the foreseeable future during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Shawn... more »

Xenith LOOP is first purpose-built headgear for non-tackle football

Xenith LOOP from Xenith is the industry’s first purpose-built protective headgear made specifically for the sport of football… more »

New study highlights high school sports with highest concussion rates

A new study published in the journal Pediatrics found that concussion rates in football games are on the rise while concussion rates in practices are down… more »

PSA compares dangers of youth tackle football to smoking cigarettes

The Concussion Legacy Foundation last week unveiled its “Tackle Can Wait” PSA, comparing the dangers of youth tackle football to smoking cigarettes… more »

In-season strength and conditioning for Syracuse football

At Syracuse, strength and conditioning plays a major role in how the football team is able to maintain its up-temp philosophy. .. 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 »

In-season gains: Inside Georgia football strength training

The Georgia football strength training program is designed in a way that actually increases player strength during the season. Here’s how it’s done… more »


Full Steam Ahead

From integrating freshmen to intense offseason workouts, the strength and conditioning program for Georgia Tech football pushes forward all year long… more »


Braced for Impact

Being surrounded by a campus of experts from a variety of fields is one benefit of working in college athletics. The sports medicine staff at the University of Georgia recently took advantage of this perk by partnering with the College of Engineering to develop a custom forearm brace for an injured football player… more »

Gaining Ground: Clemson football in-season training

Unlike programs that look to simply maintain during the season, Clemson University football works on getting stronger. This philosophy has primed the Tigers for consistent success… more »

Trench Warriors: Conditioning tactics for linemen

Linemen are a special breed requiring a unique conditioning approach. At the University of Oregon, that means a year-round training regimen… more »

Nutrition and football: What you need to know

Like a race car needs fuel, football players need proper nutrition. Are your athletes getting the best nutritional information?.. more »

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