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June 2018 Blog Posts (5)

GAIN 2018 Wrap-up – Recollections & Reflections


GAIN 2018 has been finished for just a little over a week and I already can’t wait for next year – only 343 days to go for GAIN 2019! For my wife and I GAIN is a lot of work, but each year it is gratifying to see the work come to fruition. For all involved it is a special time of learning and sharing with other…


Added by Vern Gambetta on June 26, 2018 at 7:45am — No Comments

NDSU S&C Paid Internship

North Dakota State University Strength & Conditioning

Paid Internship – Olympic Sports


The North Dakota State University Strength & Conditioning Department is actively seeking applicants for one paid internship position working with Olympic Sports within our program for the 2018-19 academic year.  This position will begin in August and conclude at the end of the school year in…


Added by Jason Miller on June 25, 2018 at 5:42pm — No Comments

The most common sports injuries - how to prevent and treat them

Physical activity is highly preferable for maintaining the healthy organism. However, sports injuries are very common. Whether you do sports professionally or as a hobby, you should be aware of types of injuries and how to prevent them from happening. Here is the list of the most common ones, with…


Added by Nina Simons on June 15, 2018 at 3:15am — No Comments

Fifty Years On

This is not the easiest blog I have ever written. I must admit I am struggling to find the right words to express my feelings today. 50 years ago, yesterday I was studying for my last final before graduating from Fresno State college when I turned on the TV and found out that Robert Kennedy had been shot. Four years before during my senior year in high school his brother had been shot. The 1968 California primary was the first time I was old enough to vote.…


Added by Vern Gambetta on June 6, 2018 at 1:26pm — No Comments


Posture is not a static position. Posture is dynamic constantly changing and adapting to environmental demands in order to efficiently execute the desired movement. It is highly impacted by gravity, the ground and vestibular and proprioceptive considerations. Posture is not a still picture or a static position it is dynamic alignment and realignment of the body to stabilize, reduce and produce force based on the demands of the activity at hand.

Added by Vern Gambetta on June 4, 2018 at 1:03pm — No Comments

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