The University of Kansas Achievement & Assessment Institute’s Center for Certification & Competency-Based Education (C3Be) has partnered with KU's Kansas Fire & Resc... more »
Across the country, athletic trainers are famous for wrapping ankles before games, rehabilitating sports-related injuries and running onto the field when a player hits the ground a little too hard.
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The movement health company movr (www.movewithmovr.com) announced today the release of movr Build. The fourth B2B SaaS technology released by movr since 2022, Build joins movr Assess, Prescribe and A... more »
The local performance and readiness partnership between Georgia Southern University and the 3rd Infantry Division has now become a nationally recognized educational and research program with $5.68 mi... more »
Police chiefs from across New Hampshire came together last week to convince lawmakers to drop the required fitness test for police amid statewide staffing shortages.
The chiefs gathered to tell t... more »
Navy sailors who have a failed physical fitness assessment on their record will receive a clean slate — allowing them to remain in the service.
The new Navy policy, unveiled late last week, is ... more »
At George Mason University, the Athletic Training and Public Safety Fellowship has paired certified athletic trainers with the local Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue and Police D... more »
Like so many Americans, you may be looking to step up your strength training routine as we approach the new year.
A recent article from Stack.com outlined eight great tips to improve the trai... more »
Thinking about making a change from barbell training to dumbbell training? Training with free weights, or dumbbells, is often thought of as the most effective way to build strength and muscle.
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Box Jumps workouts are great to train cardio, speed, and power output. Additionally, these workouts can strengthen your lower body and core, improve your balance, and encourage better posture and mec... more »