Eddie Lewis Aims To Change Soccer The Way Batting Cages Changed Baseball

 

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June 29, 2017

Eddie Lewis Aims To Change Soccer The Way Batting Cages Changed Baseball

Eddie Lewis, the former U.S. national men’s soccer team player who had a late start in the sport, found a way to get ahead of the curve when he began juggling tennis balls with his feet.

Interview with Dr. Tim Noakes: Hydration, The Role of the Brain in Racing, and His Latest Findings on Carbohydrates for Runners

Dr. Tim Noakes is one of the most influential and esteemed exercise scientists in the world. His book, The Lore of Running, is considered by many students of the sport to be the Bible of training theory.

Have you checked your heart rate variability?

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How aging athletes excel past their prime

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WHOOP Could Change Future Of Sports Storytelling

NEW YORK – What if Michael Jordan had worn a WHOOP strap leading up to his famous “flu game” and fans back in 1997 had access to that data on how his body was doing?

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