Catherine L. Ramstetter, PhD

Invited Publications

  1. Walsh, C. L. (Winter, 2005). Warming up to it: Pre-practice movements to help on the diamond. Sporting Kid, the Official Publication of the National Alliance for Youth Sports.
  2. Walsh, C. L. (Fall, 2004). Stay in the game. Touchline, the official publication of the Soccer Association for Youth.
  3. Walsh, C. L. (Fall, 2004). Jumps and lunges:  Helping young basketball players gain strength and flexibility. Sporting Kid, the Official Publication of the National Alliance for Youth Sports.
  4. Walsh, C. L. (March, 2004). Agility drills for soccer. Sporting Kid, the Official Publication of the National Alliance for Youth Sports.
  5. Walsh, C. L., Brock, M. L. (March, 2003). Strength training for soccer. Sporting Kid, the Official Publication of the National Alliance for Youth Sports.
  6. Walsh, C. L., Brock, M. L., Getz, C. M. (October, 2002). Stretch it out. Sporting Kid, the Official Publication of the National Alliance for Youth Sports.
  7. Walsh, C. L., Brock, M. L., Getz, C. M. (March, 2002) Working out the kinks. Sporting Kid, the Official Publication of the National Alliance for Youth Sports.
  8. Noyes, F. R., Walsh, C. L. (October, 2001). Training and prevention equal longevity for women’s knees. Living Longer Health Courier.
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