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July/August 2017

July/August 2017: Volume XXVII, No. 5

1Survey the Field: Participating in a research project.

2Meet in the Middle: All about the If It Fits Your Macros diet.

3Battling Back: Return to play following heat stroke.

4A Step Ahead: Improving performance with blood-based biomarker testing.

5From Start to Finish: Villanova University men’s basketball in-season training.

May/June 2017

May/June 2017: Volume XXVII, No. 4

1At Their Fingertips: Creating a sports nutrition app.

2In Full Swing: An overview of fascial stretch therapy.

3Clear Path: Leading an NCAA Division I strength and conditioning program.

4Set in Motion: Offseason strength and conditioning for Louisiana State University softball.

5Capture the Moment: Engaging athletic training alumni.

April 2017

April 2017: Volume XXVII, No. 3

1In Control: A look at the APRE protocol of strength training.

2Stretching Resources: Bringing sports medicine to inner-city schools.

3Cover All Bases: Nutritional case studies for gaining, maintaining, and losing weight.

4Support System: New method for ACL rehab combines unweighting technology and jump training.

5Full Steam Ahead: Strength and conditioning for Georgia Tech football.

March 2017

March 2017: Volume XXVII, No. 2

1Path to Addiction: What athletic trainers need to know about athletes and opioid abuse.

2Stick With It: Offseason strength and conditioning for University of North Carolina men's lacrosse.

3Driving Force: Incorporating the "three pillars of power" concept into power training.

4New Point of View: Athlete-specific treatment for eating disorders.

5Before & After: Renovating an athletic training room.

November 2016

November 2016: Volume XXVI, No. 8

1Testing in Progress: Sports medicine combine collects athletes' baseline data.

2Back on the Mat: Helping a college wrestler get back to competition after a stroke.

3Surf’s Up: Training for surfing.

4In the Fast Lane: A roundtable discussion on speed and agility.

5Group Effort: A Minnesota high school focuses on nutrition for athletes.