Coach Cathy Self-Morgan’s legacy rests on the lives she’s changed along the way to success.
Coaches with a specific craft must learn from others to round out their knowledge.
When Cal Ripken Jr. gave his Hall of Fame induction speech, he mentioned only 7 people by name. One was AT Richie Bancells
Athletic trainers have the information coaches need to make valuable decisions about player safety.
Sports science is a growing trend many teams are incorporating to keep their athletes healthy.
Developing relationships helps coaches understand how to best motivate their players.
As a coach, keeping your composure is vital because players will emulate your behavior.
Listening to your players and empowering them to make in-game decisions can pay off in a big way.
Answering the question “why” has led Coach Mat Taylor's teams to success on and off the field.
Blending functional science with traditional training gives athletes a foundation for success.
One of the greatest challenges for a first-time head coach is learning how to create an identity.
Every great program begins with a passion for developing character.
Leisure activities give athletes time to recharge and refocus.
Building a team starts with building a family.
Stocking paper towels in college helped Kyle Johnston to become the head AT for the Miami Dolphins
Thanks to athletic trainer Kevin Parker, Dayle Wood can celebrate a second chance at life.
A coach’s responsibility is to figure out what motivates each athlete.
How athletes react and respond to adversity will help define them as people.