November 2002 Vol. XII, No. 8
An Ignored Epidemic
The latest study shows that over one-quarter of your female athletes experience amenorrhea. And the ramifications for their health are truly frightening
By Shelly Wilson
Where the Weights Are
Functional training can only take place in a functional facility. This article takes a look at the nuances of designing an effective and efficient strength-training facility.
By Vern Gambetta
Treating the Athlete
Here Comes Flu Season!
Viruses like the flue can take a team down faster than even the strongest opponent. But education and low-level intervention -- along vigilant prevention techniques -- can keep common illnesses from entering the game.
By Guillermo Metz
Paths to Profit
In today's financial climate, many athletic trainers are wondering how to enhance their budgets. Here are some outside-the-box ideas on how to build paths that will pay off.
By Dr. Steven Lesh, Jeff Konin, and Bernie DePalma.
Strong To The Hoop
Every year, the University of Connecticut fields a top men's basketball team. Every year, its strength and conditioning program is updated and revised.
By Andrea Hudy and Jerry Martin.
Above the Call
A True Pioneer
Bobby Barton has beena leader in athletic training for more than 30 years -- and he's still at it.
By David Hill
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