How to Improve Monitoring Compliance With Athletes

 

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October 31, 2017

How to Improve Monitoring Compliance With Athletes – SimpliFaster

Nearly ever coach is wondering how to improve compliance from athletes, especially for monitoring. Read this article a few times and refine the monitoring process so that you yourself would intrinsically enjoy it. In the end, how much you want and believe in the data you collect will dictate what you get back from athletes.

Wearable technology is leading a sports, and healthcare, revolution

You can either sweat the competition. Or capitalize on it. Just ask Chris Johnson. There was a moment when Johnson surveyed all the innovations in fitness and health technology being worn by professional athletes and weekend warriors alike-the wearable devices, the watches, the apps, the scales, the scanners, the software, the biofeedback machines-and saw serious threats to his fitness business.

mTOR as a Key Regulator in Maintaining Skeletal Muscle Mass

Maintenance of skeletal muscle mass is regulated by the balance between anabolic and catabolic processes. Mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) is an evolutionarily conserved serine/threonine kinase, and is known to play vital roles in protein synthesis. Recent findings have continued to refine our understanding of the function of mTOR in maintaining skeletal muscle mass.

Pro Sports Show Why US Needs Clear Biometric Data Policy

“I’m wearing a Fitbit right now, so I’m kind of a hypocrite,” joked Jason Chung, JD, before he raised a series of grave data privacy concerns surrounding wearables. Chung, a senior research scholar at New York University’s School of Professional Studies, used sports leagues to illustrate why the United States needs better privacy regulations for health data collected by wearable devices.

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