December 2003 Vol.
XIII, No. 9
Adding Depth to the Field
Sport coaches rely on
their teams' depth charts. Many ATCs believe the field of athletic
training needs to strengthen its own depth chart by adding more
diversity to its ranks.
By Laura Smith
Gaining Another Gear
We know a lot about speed, motor
learning, strength, and agility, but how do you put all four together to
train for game speed? The keys are proper progression and drill choice.
By Vern Gambetta
Does It Work?
Put some science behind the nutrition
advice you give athletes by taking in this very digestile synopsis of
the latest research presented at this fall's ADA symposium.
Treating the Athlete
Ready, Set, Refer
"Accessibility, experience, and
first-class communication skills." If this doesn't describe the
physicians on your referral list, it could be time to rewrite that
By David Hill
Writing a Cover Letter
Basketball players need two hands, and Noah
Brown rehabbed for over a year to regain one of his.
A Strong Swing
Michigan State shares how it reduced
injuries and develops explosive power among its softball athletes.
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