Boston Celtics Place a Premium on Sports Science with Personnel Changes

 

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July 26, 2017

Boston Celtics Place a Premium on Sports Science with Personnel Changes

In a bid to revamp their training operations via sports science, the Boston Celtics have made several notable personnel changes. Recently, the Boston Celtics parted ways with longtime trainer Ed Lacerte, a man who had been with the team for 30 years. According to Steve Bulpett, he was the franchise’s longest tenured trainer.

Tomorrow’s Soldier: How The Military Is Altering the Limits of Human Performance

Breakthroughs in biometric science mean future troops will fight with weapons that understand them – inside and out. Imagine a group of volunteers, their chests rigged with biophysical sensors, preparing for a mission in a military office building outfitted with cameras and microphones to capture everything they do.

STATS Enables New Levels of Football Analysis with Its Newest AI-Powered Solution

STATS, the global leader in sports data and intelligence, has launched an innovative new product, STATS Edge.

Maryland Football Tracking Rest With Under Armour Sleep Aids

CHICAGO – When Maryland football opens its season on Sept. 2 at Texas, the Terrapins will be well rested. That’s because, according to head coach DJ Durkin, the team has started using Under Armour sleep aids.

From AI caddies to grip guides and swing sensors: how data is driving golf forward

This article is part of Sport Optimised, a Microsoft Cloud / WIRED promotional series exploring elite performance in a range of sports. The golfer drives the ball from the tee. Visible as a tiny white dot, it flies through the air and lands beyond the crest of a bunker, out of sight.

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