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  • Examining Sports DrinksEastern Sports Medicine Philosophy

    Complex Forces

    The mechanics of shoulder function and dysfunction

    September 2009 Vol. XIX, No. 6, $7.00

  • Circle No. 100

  • Nutrition

    13 Fluid DynamicsFrom low cal to high sodium, todays sports drink market is more diverse than ever. Are you prepared to help athletes navigate the sea of options and find the best product for their individual needs? By Michelle Rockwell

    Treating the Athlete

    22 Complex ForcesA comprehensive shoulder training program can address key deficiencies and provide targeted treatment for a wide range of dysfunctions.By B.J. Baker

    Optimum Performance

    31 An Alternate RouteIf traditional training methods leave your teams wanting more, maybe its time to consider another approach. At Northwestern University, some athletes look to Eastern sports medicine philosophy to gain an edge.By Darryl Aiken-Afam

    Leadership

    39 In the Right PlaceAt the University of Vermont, athletic trainers are hired and overseen by the campus health center, not the athletic department. Heres an inside look at this organizational trend and the many benefits it offers.

    By Allison Shepherd

    Sport Specific

    45 On the Way UpThe University of Louisville womens basketball team sees its conditioning program as a pyramid. After developing a strong foundation, they keep working until they reach the top.By Teena Murray

    Bulletin Boards

    5 NCAA recommends sickle cell trait testing Study explores female hormone cycle and joint laxity Warning about doping with nitrites Helping a school in financial need.

    Q&A

    8 Tony Cox Henry County (Ind.) Sports Medicine

    Sponsored Pages

    21 Fitness Anywhere 37 Balanced Body50 Life Fitness

    Product News

    52 Nutrition Products55 New Products 56 Leg Strengthening 61 Pilates Equipment62 More Products

    58 Advertisers Directory

    CEU Quiz

    65 For NATA and NSCA Members

    68 Next Stop: Web Site

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    Marjorie Albohm, MS, ATC/L Director of Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Research, Orthopaedics Indianapolis

    Jon Almquist, ATC Specialist, Fairfax County (Va.) Pub. Schools Athletic Training Program

    Brian Awbrey, MD Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Instructor in Orthopaedics, Harvard Medical School

    Jim Berry, MEd, ATC, SCAT/EMT-B Director of Sports Medicine and Head Athletic Trainer, Myrtle Beach (S.C.) High School

    Leslie Bonci, MPH, RD Director, Sports Medicine Nutrition Program, University of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr. Health System

    Christine Bonci, MS, ATC Co-Director of Athletic Training/Sports Medicine, Intercollegiate Athletics, University of Texas

    Cynthia Sam Booth, ATC, PhD Manager, Outpatient Therapy and Sportsmedicine, MeritCare Health System

    Debra Brooks, CNMT, LMT, PhD CEO, Iowa NeuroMuscular Therapy Center

    Cindy Chang, MD Head Team Physician, University of California-Berkeley

    Dan Cipriani, PhD, PT Assistant Professor Dept. of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences, San Diego State Univ.

    Gray Cook, MSPT, OCS, CSCS Clinic Director Orthopedic & Sports Phys. Ther. Dunn, Cook, and Assoc.

    Keith DAmelio, ATC, PES, CSCS Head Strength & Conditioning Coach/Assistant Athletic Trainer, Toronto Raptors

    Bernie DePalma, MEd, PT, ATC Head Athl. Trainer/Phys. Therapist, Cornell University

    Lori Dewald, EdD, ATC, CHES Health Education Program Director, Salisbury University

    Jeff Dilts, Director, Business Development & Marketing, National Academy of Sports Medicine

    David Ellis, RD, LMNT, CSCS Sports Alliance, Inc.

    Boyd Epley, MEd, CSCS Director of Coaching Performance, National Strength & Conditioning Association

    Peter Friesen, ATC, NSCA-CPT, CSCS, CAT, Head Ath. Trainer/ Cond. Coach, Carolina Hurricanes

    Lance Fujiwara, MEd, ATC, EMT Director of Sports Medicine, Virginia Military Institute

    Vern Gambetta, MA, President, Gambetta Sports Training Systems

    P.J. Gardner, MS, ATC, CSCS, PES, Athletic Trainer, Colorado Sports & Spine Centers

    Joe Gieck, EdD, ATR, PT Director of Sports Medicine and Prof., Clinical Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Virginia (retired)

    Brian Goodstein, MS, ATC, CSCS, Head Athletic Trainer, DC United

    Gary Gray, PT, President, CEO, Functional Design Systems

    Maria Hutsick, MS, ATC/L, CSCS Head Athletic Trainer, Medfield (Mass.) High School

    Christopher Ingersoll, PhD, ATC, FACSM Director, Graduate Programs in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training University of Virginia

    Allan Johnson, MS, MSCC, CSCS Sports Performance Director Velocity Sports Performance

    Tim McClellan, MS, CSCS Director of Perf. Enhancement, Makeplays.com Center for Human Performance

    Michael Merk, MEd, CSCS Director of Health & Fitness, YMCA of Greater Cleveland

    Jenny Moshak, MS, ATC, CSCS Asst. A.D. for Sports Medicine, University of Tennessee

    Steve Myrland, CSCS Owner, Manager, Perf. Coach, Myrland Sports Training, LLC, Instructor and Consultant, University of Wisconsin Sports Medicine

    Mike Nitka, MS, CSCS Director of Human Performance, Muskego (Wis.) High School

    Bruno Pauletto, MS, CSCS President, Power Systems, Inc.

    Stephen Perle, DC, CCSP Associate Prof. of Clin. Sciences, University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic

    Brian Roberts, MS, ATC, Director, Sport Performance & Rehab. Ctr.

    Ellyn Robinson, DPE, CSCS, CPT Assistant Professor, Exercise Science Program, Bridgewater State College

    Kent Scriber, EdD, ATC, PT Professor/Supervisor of Athletic Training, Ithaca College

    Chip Sigmon, CSCS Strength and Conditioning Coach, Carolina Medical Center

    Bonnie J. Siple, MS, ATC Coordinator, Athletic Training Education Program & Services, Slippery Rock University

    Chad Starkey, PhD, ATC Visiting Professor, Athletic Training Education Program, Ohio University

    Ralph Stephens, LMT, NCTMB Sports Massage Therapist, Ralph Stephens Seminars

    Fred Tedeschi, ATC Head Athletic Trainer, Chicago Bulls

    Terrence Todd, PhD, Co-Director, Todd-McLean Physical Culture Collection, Dept. of Kinesiology & Health Ed., University of Texas-Austin

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  • Drive the Lane FASTERBang in the Paint HARDERStay in the Game LONGER

    THE STANDARD IN SPORTS PROTECTION, HEXPAD IS MADE OF INDEPENDENTLY POSITIONED HEX

    SHAPED PADS THAT DELIVER UNSURPASSED COMFORT AND PROTECTION FOR ENHANCED PERFORMANCE

    DESIGNED FOR HIGH IMPACT SPORTS.MADE OF LARGE HEX SHAPED PADS WITH HARDER

    OUTER DUROMETER AND SOFTER INNER DUROMETER FOR MAXIMUM PROTECTION

    DESIGNED FOR THE OPTIMUM BALANCE OF PROTECTION, FREEDOM OF

    MOVEMENT, AND BREATHABILITY

    DESIGNED FOR LOWER IMPACT SPORTS AND SPORTS THAT REQUIRE SLIDING. MADE OF SMALLER DIAMETER HEX &

    ONLY 3MM THIN. PROVIDES PROTECTION WITHOUT RESTRICTING MOVEMENT

    HEXPAD MONO CELLULAR

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    BoardBulletin

    NCAA Recommends Sickle Cell TestingIs a Mandate On the Way?In June, the NCAA released a new recommendation calling on member schools that dont already test athletes for sickle cell trait to begin doing so. And if the association adopts proposed legislation, that testing could soon become mandatory.

    The recommendation was handed down by the NCAAs Committee on Competitive safeguards and medical As-pects of sports, and follows similar calls for more testing from the N