April 2017: Volume XXVII, No. 31In Control
: A look at the APRE protocol of strength training.
: Bringing sports medicine to inner-city schools.
3Cover All Bases
: Nutritional case studies for gaining, maintaining, and losing weight.
: New method for ACL rehab combines unweighting technology and jump training.
5Full Steam Ahead
: Strength and conditioning for Georgia Tech football.
March 2017: Volume XXVII, No. 21Path 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.
: 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: Volume XXVI, No. 81Testing in Progress
: Sports medicine combine collects athletes' baseline data.
2Back on the Mat
: Helping a college wrestler get back to competition after a stroke.
: Training for surfing.
4In the Fast Lane
: A roundtable discussion on speed and agility.
: A Minnesota high school focuses on nutrition for athletes.
October 2016: Volume XXVI, No. 71Looking to Score
: Florida Gulf Coast University brings PRP to campus.
2Swing for the Fences
: Offseason strength and conditioning for Texas A&M University baseball.
: Physically preparing high school athletes for success in college.
4Down the Line
: Graduating Dartmouth College football players compete in postseason weight loss challenge.
: Utilizing all available resources for professional growth.
September 2016: Volume XXVI, No. 61Scoring Opportunity
: Partnership between Baylor University and Fort Hood Army base.
2Closing the Gap
: Nutrition for when athletes switch positions, change sports, or suffer an injury.
3Run the Numbers
: Integrating sports science at the high school level.
: Quinnipiac University men’s ice hockey preseason strength and conditioning.
: Using telemedicine to evaluate head injuries.