November 2003 Vol. XIII, No. 8
Few subjects have been the butt of
more jokes, but for some young women, menstrual pain is no laughing
matter. The good news is that there are several ways you can help these
athletes through their cycles.
By Laura Smith
Rehabbing a knee injury often requires looking
at much more than the knee. This case study examines the rehab protocol
for an NBA veteran who suffered pain and limited range of motion six
years after his initial surgery.
By Michael A. Clark, Aaron Nelson,
Tyler Wallace and Casey Smith
The Multi-Sport Challenge
Contrary to popular belief,
it's possible to design a safe and effective strength program for
multi-sport athletes. The key is to find commonality between the
movements and pay attention to timing.
By Vern Gambetta
Tips for Talking
One of the most important skills a
professional can have is communication. But it's also one of the most
neglected. Here are ways to get better at getting your point across.
By Shelly Wilson
Amino Acids...Recovery Drinks...Alcohol
T&C presents a summary of
recent research studies of nutrition, dietary supplements, and athletic
Above the Call Award
Passion for the Profession
A loss of district funding
didn't keep Dave Sherden out of contributing to the field.
Poised and Ready
Getting volleyball athletes ready for competition involves
focusing on their core, knees, and shoulders.
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