NSCA Offers Guidance on Safe Return to Training for Athletes Following COVID-19

SOURCE: National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA)

Colorado Springs, CO – The National Strength and Conditioning Association announces new guidelines on the safe return to training for athletes following the current COVID-19 pandemic. The NSCA’s COVID-19 Return to Training Taskforce has created a guiding document and checklist as resources for strength and conditioning professionals who are part of the organizational planning process at their various institutions and places of business.

Youth, academic, and professional sport institutions in the U.S. have suspended play, as well as structured in-season and off-season training for all sports, resulting in an uncertain future landscape as it relates to the training practices for strength and conditioning coaches. Possible return to training outcomes for coaches and athletes include:                        

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