Cleveland Browns’ Ibraheim Campbell Uses Wearables Like WHOOP To Stay In Peak Condition

 

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APRIL 27, 2017

Cleveland Browns’ Ibraheim Campbell Uses Wearables Like WHOOP To Stay In Peak Condition

During a recent NFL Players Association reps meeting, WHOOP straps were handed out so that the players in attendance could be introduced to the product. Cleveland Browns defensive back Ibraheim Campbell hasn’t stopped using the wearable device since then. “I don’t take it off,” Campbell said. “It’s pretty cool.

The Reactive Strength Index Revisited: Part 3 by Eamonn Flanagan

In parts 1 and 2, we “hinted” at a possible relationship between reactive strength and maximal strength. Do you really need a certain level of lower body strength before starting plyometrics? Will low strength levels expose athletes to injury risk if you start plyometric training? Let’s start

How Body Weight and Sweat Rate Impact Your Ability to Run in the Heat

Written by John Davis Heat regulation during exercise is a very relevant topic this time of year. In previous articles, we’ve looked broadly at thermoregulation -the five-dollar word for how your body handles heat production-during exercise, but today we’re going to examine one specific facet of running in the heat: the differences in heat management between males and females.

| The Forgotten Study in the Carb-Fat Diet Performance Debate

article by Paul Laursen of Plews and Prof I alluded to coming across this study in our last post. Recently attending the Sport and Exercise New Zealand Conference in Queenstown, in my own backyard, I watched the main author of the study, Associate Professor David Rowlands, present the work he completed during his PhD in …

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