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April 2018

April 2018: Volume XXVIII, No. 3

1Caught in a Crowd: Managing poor strength coach-to-athlete ratios.

2Opting for Surgery: Becoming a surgical assist as an athletic trainer.

3In-Season Gains: University of Georgia football in-season training.

4A Better Approach?: Partnership between athletics and recreation at the University of Delaware.

5Additional Reading: More information on the latest in sports medicine and strength and conditioning.

March 2018

March 2018: Volume XXVIII, No. 2

1Managed Approach: Prescribing the right workload can make the difference between success and failure.

2Keep Them Posted: Five experts provide tips on using social media for sports nutrition.

3A Smarter Return: Implementing a return-to-learn process following concussion.

4Broad Strokes: Offseason programming for men's and women's swimming at the University of California.

5Additional Reading: More information on the latest in sports medicine and strength and conditioning.

November 2017

November 2017: Volume XXVII, No. 8

1Better Together: Collaboration for Coastal Carolina University baseball.

2Leading the Way: Nutrition for distance runners.

3In Top Form: A roundtable discussion on upper-body strength training.

4A Healing Hand: Products that can assist with injury prevention and speed the recovery process.

5Line It Up: In-season training for University of Louisville field hockey.

October 2017

October 2017: Volume XXVII, No. 7

1Gut Check: Treating hockey injuries on the ice.

2In an Emergency: Working effectively with EMS personnel.

3Off and Running: Roundtable on maximizing sports science.

4Recipe for Success: Partnership between California State University, Northridge and its on-campus nutrition center.

5Armed and Ready: Texas Tech University baseball’s offseason training.

September 2017

September 2017: Volume XXVII, No. 6

1Feed the Need: Bringing nutrition education to high schools.

2Getting Through: Spreading awareness about athletic trainers and catastrophic injuries.

3Push Forward: Connecting with today’s athletes.

4Change of Mind: Neuroplasticity following injury.

5Serve Its Purpose: Creighton University volleyballl’s offseason training.