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COVID-19: Supporting Athletes at Home

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Youth Sports Specialization Awareness Week

Gina Hethcock 30 August 2021 Health is a Competitive Advantage Youth Sports Safety Awareness Week The National Athletic Trainers’ Association has declared this week (the third full week of October) as National Youth Sports Specialization Awareness Week. The goal of this week is to raise awareness of what youth sports specialization really is, provide practical information for parents, athletes and … Continue reading Youth Sports Specialization Awareness Week
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Beat the Heat – The ATs Role in Heat Illness

Amanda Muscatell 3 August 2021 By: Emily Buckingham, MS, ATC, NATA Athletic Trainer-In-Residence If you have a student athlete in your home, you know the fall sports season is here. This season ushers in new schedules, physical and mental demands, teammates, coaches and hopefully athletic trainers. The athletic trainer is the person you may see running onto the field or … Continue reading Beat the Heat – The ATs Role in Heat Illness
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Supporting Mental Health During a Pandemic

Amanda Muscatell 28 May 2020 Supporting Student-Athlete Mental Health during the COVID-19 Pandemic The disruption of daily life, social restrictions, fear and uncertainty of the future due to the COVID-19 pandemic has had mental health effects on most people. Student athletes face additional stressors related to a loss of identity, navigating online learning, mourning the loss of many things during … Continue reading Supporting Mental Health During a Pandemic
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