Customizing What Athletes Wear And Use – 3D Scanning And Other Tech

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March 2, 2018

Customizing What Athletes Wear And Use – 3D Scanning And Other Tech

The term bespoke or tailor-made brings to mind an image of a tailor measuring up a customer with a measuring tape so that he can make a suit that fits the customer. Four things typically happen in the whole suit-making process: 1) measuring the customer, 2) picking the preferred materials, 3) making the first fitting and 4) making adjustments based on the first fitting and customer’s feedback.

Force-Velocity Curves – the Good, the Bad, the Ugly – Complementary Training

The force-velocity relationship is central to many theories of training, as well as in various practical approaches. For instance, in Zatsiorsky’s “Science and Practice of Strength Training” (1) – which, in my opinion, is one of the few Eastern European manuals that’s actually comprehensible by us ‘westerns’ – there is a pretty figure (see below) which shows that various types of training have various effects on an athlete’s force-velocity curve.

The impact of strength level on adaptations to combined weightlifting, plyometric, and ballistic training

ORIGINAL ARTICLE Corresponding author School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD, Australia Discipline of Human Movement and Sports Science, Federation University, Ballarat, VIC, Australia Correspondence Lachlan Peter James, School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Apple Watch Can Now Track Detailed Ski And Snowboard Activity

New app updates for the Apple Watch Series 3 will now let users track detailed ski and snowboard metrics, such as total vertical descent traveled and number of runs, while keeping track of their friends’ live locations on the mountain.

Wearable Sensors From Coollang For Real-time Performance Monitoring – Sports Wearable

Coollang is the leading enterprise that has dedicated itself to developing sports motion capturing devices. Only last year, Coollang launched sensors to install in tennis and badminton rackets and baseball bats. It is the only enterprise to have 200,000 players using its badminton sensors.

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