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Training & Conditioning
April 2001 Vol. XI, No. 3

Treating the Athlete
Ouch!
Three specialists take a severly sprained ankle from the point of injury to a return to full activity.
By Rick Guter, Ralph Stephens, and George Salvaterra

Management
Ensuring Equity
How does Title IX affect you and how can you ensure your department is compliant?
By Barbara Bickford

Optimum Performance
The Academics of Training
Continually testing your athletes' performance will enable you to better customize their training.
By Vern Gambetta

Nutrition
The Big Drop
A drop in blood sugar can keep your athletes out of the game. Here's how to ensure they have the energy stores they need.
By Leslie Bonci

Competitive Edge
Training for the Game
What exactly does sport-specific training mean?
By Tim Wakeham

Comeback Athlete
High School Female Winner
Michelle Mantle has a lot to live up to--and with the help of novel rehab methods, she's back proving she can.
By Jim Catalano


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