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Training & Conditioning
September 2001 Vol. XI, No. 6

Lingering Myths
The complex relationship between nutrition and performance spawns persistent myths. This article dispels them.
By Leslie Bonci

New Frontiers
Cultural Sensitivity
Diversity training will make your staff more effective in an increasingly multiracial, multicultural sports environment.
By Dr. Shannon Whalen

Treating the Athlete
Controlling Catastrophe
Your emergency care plan could mean the difference between life and death for an injured athlete.
By Dr. Melvin C. Dace, Chip Howard, Greg McGarity, and Chris Patrick

Sparring With Coaches
Learning to navigate disagreements with sport coaches is an invaluable skill for strength coaches.
By Dennis Read

Competitive Edge
Putting New Drills to the Test
A new drill may seem great at a workshop, but how do you know if it will be good for your specific program?
By Vern Gambetta

Comeback Athlete
Helping Everyone Out
Jennifer Azzi's dedication to personal fitness accelerated her return to the WNBA after she broke her shooting hand.
By Jim Catalano

Student Corner
Clinical Attachment
Working at a clinic can broaden a student athletic trainer's horizons.
By Scott Cheatham

To read previous issues of Training & Conditioning, click on the appropriate link:

T&C 11.5, July/August 2001

T&C 11.4, May/June 2001

T&C 11.3, April 2001

T&C 11.2, March 2001

T&C 10.9, December 2000

T&C 10.8, November 2000

T&C 10.7, October 2000

T&C 10.6, September 2000


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