July/August 2003 Vol. XIII, No.
Whole body movements. Functional stretches. Proprioceptive training. Breathing techniques.
Yoga's got it all for athletes looking to round out their training or rehab programs.
By Jim Catalano
ACL injuries are not like the weather--there is something you can do about them. Here's
a look at the recent studies on the subject and how to develop your own ACL injury-prevention program.
A recent study found
that 83 percent of athletic training students experience sexual harassment. Head athletic trainers can play a
huge role in changing this alarming statistic.
By Laura Smith
Treating the Athlete
The Heat is On
You can lead them
to water, but even if you could force them to drink, that's only the first step in keeping your athletes free
from heat illness.
By Guillermo Metz
Fire On Ice
From youth leagues to
college club teams, figure skating is a growing sport. Training programs must focus on core and unilateral
strength in various vectors, as well as balance and stability.
By Brian Grasso
Pitching Injuries ... Chromium
Picolinate... CSCS Test 4
Comeback Athlete Award
Back After Baby
after giving birth to her first child, Niele Ivey conquers the rigors of the WNBA.
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