So You Want to be a College Athlete?

So You Want to be a College Athlete?

What does it really take to be a collegiate athlete?  How much work and dedication does it take?  Who should I go to to improve my skills and help me reach my goals?  Read this articleby our Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, and former collegiate strength coach, Bobby George.  Not only has he done it as an athlete, but he has coached hundreds of college athletes and multiple National Champions.

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The Lurking Sideliner: The Risk and Reasoning of Female ACL Injuries

The Lurking Sideliner: The Risk and Reasoning of Female ACL Injuries

The frequency of female knee injuries compared to their male counterparts has become increasingly recognized.  There are numerous hypothesized female ACL tear factors.  Supposed “research” has suggested everything from anterior cruciate ligament size to hormonal fluctuation and everything in between.  This piece focuses on the concrete factors that have been proven to increase the susceptibility of ACL tears in females; factors which if improved upon can reduce the risk of injury.  With an understanding of why girls are at higher risk for this type of injury in the first place, knee injury reduction can be systematically approached from the core outwards. 

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iPosture Generation

iPosture Generation

Technology can be a wonderful thing. Who would have guessed 15 years ago that we would harness the power of a telephone, camera, and computer in the palm of our hand? In fact, a “smart” phone nowadays has more computing power than NASA had when we first sent humans to the moon! However, technology can also have its draw backs. This article we will be focusing on how technology can play a villainous role in our daily lives.

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