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how to avoid the most common winter sports injuries

Posted by Sue Zagula on Wed, December 12, 2018

Winter sports are a great way to stay in shape when “Old Man Winter” rears his ugly head – but can also lead to injury! From superficial bumps and bruises, to serious head injuries, you have to be careful. The good news is there are ways to decrease your risk of suffering some of the most common...

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Season's Eatings...Stay on Track This Holiday Season!

Posted by Bethany Nock on Wed, November 28, 2018

Even though training and competition are in high gear as the winter sports season gets underway, there is significant potential for treats and sweets to sneak into your diet this time of year.

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Shut-eye for star performance

Posted by Bethany Nock on Tue, November 6, 2018

We all know that sleep is important.  We also all know that we could probably use more of it.  But, what are the key factors of sleep for athletes? Does an athlete need more sleep than the average person? Do quantity and quality of sleep affect athletic performance? In this article, we explore...

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Athletic trainers: why every high school should have one

Posted by Bethany Nock on Wed, September 12, 2018

Athletic trainers (ATs) play a vital role at high school athletic events – that’s if the school is fortunate enough to have one. The services athletic trainers provide go well beyond the playing field, yet the majority of public and private high schools do not have a full-time AT on staff.

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