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Training & Conditioning
March 2002 Vol. XII, No. 2

On The Road
Proper planning and research can spell the difference between success and disaster when your team travels to another country.
By Maria Hutsick

Optimum Performance
Rethinking Periodization
Classic periodization can be successfully adapted to your contemporary sports program.
By Vern Gambetta.

Special Focus
Overtime Options
Athletic trainers accept long hours as part of the job. Should they be paid overtime when their work weeks top 40 hours?
By David Hill

Treating the Athlete
Minor Adjustments
Making adjustments to common lifts in an injured athlete's strength-training program can aid recovery.
By Dr. Tim Laurent

Competitive Edge
Decelerating Injuries
Teaching proper deceleration mechanics can reduce an athlete's chances of incurring non-contact knee injuries.
By Jason Vescovi and Todd Brown

Above the Call Award
Worst-Case Scenario
Jack Moser's dedication to expanding his life-saving skills put him into a situation he could never have imagined.
By David Hill

Bulletin Boards
A roundup of the latest news in athletic training

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

T&C 11.9, Dec. 2001

T&C 11.8, Nov. 2001

T&C 11.7, Oct. 2001

T&C 11.6, Sept. 2001

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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