Hal Mumme, long-time football coach and creator of the popular Air Raid Offense, discusses how to properly coach and run the quick screen
The X-Fast allows the athlete to achieve superior performance without restriction. It does so by allowing full active range of motion with a dynamic support system that engages when the ankle is at its highest risk of injury.
June is upon us and no matter where you live in the U.S., the mercury is rising in your thermometers. That means it’s a great time for football coaches to once again familiarize themselves with preseason heat-acclimatization guidelines from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association.
Have you ever exercise so hard that you couldn’t catch your breath? For some, this feeling is simply derived from over-exertion. For others, including many athletes who play football, it comes from asthma. This article provides key asthma educational information to help coaches learn more about this common respiratory affliction.
Despite their common frequency of occurrence, most football players do not properly understand what a muscle cramp is. This article examines the different types of cramps, causes of cramping and good methods for keeping cramps in check.
Which method is better? Is it better to tape an ankle or better to wear an ankle brace? The answer depends on a number of key factors.
NATA created a roadmap for recognizing potential mental health issues and developing a referral system to provide student-athletes with assistance.
Only 37 percent of public high schools in the U.S. have full-time athletic trainers on staff, according to new research in the Journal Of Athletic Training.
The National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) has begun to require third-party certification for athletic equipment to meet NOCSAE standards, in accordance with ANSI/ISO national and international guidelines.
SAFE PLAY recommends a multidisciplinary approach to research and federal support to ensure student athletes’ safety in schools.
Proper nutrition is essential for physical development and athletic performance. Healthy eating habits play a valuable role in an athlete’s pursuit of excellent performance.
As the new year begins again with off-season conditioning, millions of student-athletes are starting to prepare themselves for the trek toward spring and summer practice, and with that comes an increased risk of sports-related injuries.