May/June 2003 Vol. XIII, No. 4
From announcing training room hours, to distributing insurance forms, to providing information to parents, setting up your own Web site will prove invaluable. And you can do it yourself.
By Jim Catalano
Getting in the Game
Sport-specific training programs are only as good as the data upon which they are based. So how do we improve that data? By watching our athletes' competitions in a whole new way.
By Vern Gambetta
Treating the Athlete
Injury prevention doesn't have to be limited to physical approaches/ This author provides advice on setting up a stress management program as a way to lessen injuries and increase performance.
By Dr. Douglas Mann
King of the Hill
An uphill training facility can help you improve your athletes' strength and quickness. Here's how one strength and conditioning coach in Kansas built his own.
By Istvan Javorek
No time to read a year's worth of studies on nutrition? No problem. Let our expert give you a rundown on some of the most pertinent studies to come out in the past year.
By Christopher Mohr
Above the Call
Marty Erb has seen many changes in athletic training--many of which he helped bring about.
By David Hill
Taming the Unknown
What to do when you don't know what to do.
By Kenny Berkowitz
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