Success in sports not only depends on training but having the proper energy to train.
As a follow up to yesterday tip of the day. Here are some tips that may work for you as you try to avoid shin pain.
With spring track season now underway for over 3 weeks, in New Jersey, we thought it would be good to explain the difference between shin
"High" Ankle Sprain vs a "Common" Ankle SprainAnkle sprains are common injuries.
As part of National Athletic Training Month, the ATSNJ wanted to "spotlight" individuals within our membership who work in different sett
Everyone wants to work the rotator cuff exercises, but they forget about the scapula stabilizers.
Have you practiced your emergency action plans for a cardiac emergency recently?You should be preapred at all time for such an emergency,
Matters of the Heart: What is Sudden Cardiac Arrest and How Do AEDs Save Lives?What is Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA)?Sudden cardiac arrest
Lightning Safety for Athletics and RecreationWith the recent lightning strike incident of the the four members of the Seymour High School
Cherokee High School (Marlton, New Jersey) athletic trainers, Jeff Wood and Karen Hengst, rose to the challenge and used their profession