We at Elite AT want to educate athletic trainers on the importance of transformation and change within their own clinical practice, while promoting preventative tactics that will reduce injury within athletes, workers, and the general public. We will encourage the use of evidence-based practice in the athletic training profession, especially with regards to using the most current and up to date research. We will empower patients to be able to make educated decisions in the management of their own care. We will hold true to our mission and promote high performance lifestyle tactics that will help us, and our readers become their greatest selves. We will raise the bar for athletic trainers and influence proactive advancements in their clinical practice. We will shift the traditional scope of athletic training from secondary and tertiary action to using evidence and practice-based based primary prevention interventions.
Welcome to Elite AT! Please use our site to find current, evidence-based prevention trends for the general population, and ways to improve your athletic training expertise.
Nearly every child that finishes the fifth grade could and should take part in some form of strength training program. Whether they enjoy time outside, playing football, dancing, or even reading books, children can reap the benefits of weight training. To name a few, children as young as 7 or 8 years old will see … Continue reading Weight Training For ALL
No matter where you look on the internet, you’re going to find mixed reviews on whether or not your youth or high school athlete should specialize in one sport. Some will go the 10,000 hour route and argue that adolescents must have 10,000 hours under their belt in a specific sport to be an expert … Continue reading Single Sport or Multi Sport: A Recommendation for Parents