Coach Cathy Self-Morgan’s legacy rests on the lives she’s changed along the way to success.
Top registered dietitians share tips on how to make sure athletes are properly fueled.
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
Practitioners should use technology to enhance athlete care, not replace it.
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.
Hear how IMG Academy encourages athletes to stay hydrated by having a squeeze bottle on them at all times.
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.
Sleep is one of the top performance variables in helping athletes maximize their development.
Stocking paper towels in college helped Kyle Johnston to become the head AT for the Miami Dolphins
As advances in sports science and data continue, teams are adding more specialists to their staffs.
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.