Here are some of our favorite resources on the web.

The National Strength and Conditioning Association
The National Strength and Conditioning Association is the undisputed worldwide authority on strength and conditioning, supporting and disseminating research-based knowledge and its practical application to improve athletic performance and fitness. Look here for the latest studies and research on strength training and conditioning.
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The National Institute of Health
The National Institute of Health through the National Library of Medicine maintain this site to provide general health information to the public. This link will take you directly to a subsection enabling you to research specific conditions such as muscle tears, overuse, and sport specific injuries.
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Virtual Sports Injury Clinic
This is a non-government run site which has information on over 350 sports injuries with rehabilitation, stretching, strengthening exercises and more. With outstanding diagrams detailing anatomy and treatments, it's a one-stop shop for general client information.
Visit their website is a commercial site which of course sells supplements and training gear. But they also maintain a vast library of exercises to target and train any specific muscle you have in mind. With diagrams, videos, and photos galore, this is an extremely useful resource for both trainers and clients alike. With subsections on nutrition, motivation, and supplementation, you can spend hours just exploring.
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Physician and Sportsmedicine
The Physician and Sportsmedicine is a peer-reviewed, clinically oriented publication intended for primary care physicians. Trainers with some experience in understanding medical terminology will find it especially helpful as it contains original research, evidence-based review articles, health outcomes, related exercises and nutrition topics.
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