How Pitchers Train Inside Motus Global’s Advanced Biomechanics Lab

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February 8, 2018

How Pitchers Train Inside Motus Global’s Advanced Biomechanics Lab

GARDEN CITY, N.Y. – Sharing space with a physical therapy center is an open-plan fitness center as big as an airplane hangar and brimming with activity. While a rehabbing NFL player did deadlifts in the center of the facility, off to the corner stood a former minor league pitcher toeing the rubber of a high-density foam, turf-covered mound as part of Motus Global’s advanced biomechanics lab.

7 Athletic Directors Discuss Their Strength Program – TeamBuildr

We see it on the Facebook groups, we overhear the conversations at the conferences and clinics, and the topic will always be around as long as AD’s are: How do strength coaches build and maintain successful relationships with their athletic directors?

Olympic athletes using made-in-Canada tech to go faster, higher, stronger in PyeongChang

When you watch international athletes perform amazing feats at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang this month, there’s a good chance that many of them have been using groundbreaking Canadian technology to help them push their limits.

Is the Quintuple Jump in Figure Skating Physically Possible?

For a sport judged partially on style, figure skating has not changed much with the times: The billowing, sequined costumes look the same as they have for decades, the classical music never goes in or out of style, and the jumps (which actually determine the score) have more or less stayed the same.

Academic sport science books – The top 10 | Human Kinetics

Do you study sport science or thinking about going to university to study this exciting subject? Want to know what are the best sport science books? Well, we have compiled a list of the most adopted academic texts throughout Europe.

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