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Training & Conditioning
March 2001 Vol. XI, No. 2

Optimum Performance
The Complete Athlete
While many athletes impress with a few flashy moves, the best are those who can do it all. Here are the pitfalls to avoid and the best way to develop an all-around athlete.
By Vern Gambetta

Special Focus
Affairs of State
State athletic trainers' associations have been working tirelessly for years to improve the status of the profession. In addition to the countless ways they can help you, there are as many ways as you can help them.
By Shelly Wilson

Treating the Athlete
Yeah, What About IT?
Sure, most athletic trainers have heard of the iliotibial band, but too often it's not considered when assessing knee and hip pain.
By PJ Gardner

Management
Bulking Up After 16.5.2.3
The NCAA's new rule banning Division I athletic departments from distributing certain supplements has forced new educational strategies.
By Jim Catalano

Student Corner
Seeing is Learning
Shadowing may be the best way to learn what it's really like to work in a particular setting.
By Phil Hossler

Above the Call Award
A Positive Impact
Al Wilson has spent 39 years as Killeen (Texas) High School -- and he's still going strong.
By Shelly Wilson


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