How Manchester City Uses SAP’s Platform To Prepare For Game Day

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April 17, 2018

How Manchester City Uses SAP’s Platform To Prepare For Game Day

When Manchester City FC was preparing for its game against Tottenham FC this past Saturday, its players reviewed a tablet screen to glean critical information about the opposing starting lineup, an edge that perhaps played a role in its 3-1 win.

The Science of the One-Inch Punch

Forget all those broken boards and crumbled concrete slabs. No feat of martial arts is more impressive than Bruce Lee’s famous strike, the one-inch punch. From a single inch away, Lee was able to muster an explosive blow that could knock opponents clean off the ground.

A Buyer’s Guide to Electromyography Systems for Sport – SimpliFaster

There is increased use of electromyography in both research and clinical settings, for good reason. This buyer’s guide covers the leading companies in the EMG space and explains how to make the best choice when investigating the hardware and software.

Two concussions in a row will interrupt the brain’s ability to repair damage, study finds

Scientists have recorded how suffering two concussions in 24-hours prevents the regeneration of ruptured blood vessels in the brain’s protective lining and can lead to damage becoming permanent. In a finding which could pave the way for treating brain damage after a stroke or serious head injury, US researchers recorded the role the immune system plays in recovery.

How Danny Willett matched his swing to his physical capabilities

Mon Apr 11, 2016 by TPI One of the core principles of the TPI philosophy is that there isn’t one perfect swing, but a perfect swing to match your physical capabilities. Every athlete has physical limitations. In golf, we can either address the limitations with corrective exercise or we can build a swing around those limitations.

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