December 2004 Vol.
XIV, No. 9
Sometimes, the toughest part of a
strength coach's job is getting on the same page as the sport coach. At
Tennessee, this author has found solutions through sharing goals and
By Heather Mason
Lifting Your Salary
Getting a pay raise takes more than
just thinking you deserve one. Here is how to prepare for, approach,
and enter into a salary negotiation.
By David Hill
A Tomato a Day?
What strategies keep the doctor away,
help athletes lose weight, and keep dehydration at bay? A report from
the recent SCAN conference provides some new answers.
Treating the Athlete
In the past, pregnant athletes were
expected to stop competing and postpartum athlees were expected to stay
at home. But times have changed, and sports medicine staffs have found
new ways to help their athletes who are expecting.
By Laura Smith
Above the Call Award
Wearing many hats fails to slow Mo
By Kenny Berkowitz
A Consistent Path
A well-planned strength and
conditioning program has helped the Ithaca College baseball team be a
perennial winner in the NCAA Division III ranks.
By Dr. Kent Scriber and Chris Hummel
heat illness ... Vioxx ... Athletes' Diets ...
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