The Seattle Seahawks use data and sports science to help players work as hard at recovery as they do on the field

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January 8, 2018

The Seattle Seahawks use data and sports science to help players work as hard at recovery as they do on the field

DeShawn Shead lives for the moments he can cause a fumble, take the ball away from a quarterback or make an interception. “It’s one of the reasons I play the game,” says the 28-old Seattle Seahawks cornerback. “I love to see my hard work pay off.”

Blast Motion Can Now Calculate Results Data With Blast Vision

Blast Motion is building on its popular bat-sensor by utilizing smartphone cameras to calculate results data such as exit velocity, launch angle and projected distance through its new product, Blast Vision.

Managing In-Season Loading and Training with Contact Sports – SimpliFaster

By Devan McConnell In-season training at the collegiate level is a balancing act between player development and team success. On the one hand, you are dealing with 18- to 24-year-old athletes in the prime of their physical development life. The physiological progress that is possible with this specific population is about as good as it gets, on paper at least.

FitBit Is Exploring New Ventures In 2018 – Sports Wearable

FitBit has stepped up its game for 2018 and is looking to get into blood sugar tracking game. FitBit has serious intentions to make advancements in the field of health technology. The famous wearable company has recently invested $6 million in a new glucose-monitoring startup called Sano.

New strategies in sport nutrition to increase exercise performance – ScienceDirect

Despite over 50 years of research, the field of sports nutrition continues to grow at a rapid rate. Whilst the traditional research focus was one that centred on strategies to maximise competition performance, emerging data in the last decade has demonstrated how both macronutrient and micronutrient availability can play a prominent role in regulating those cell signalling pathways that modulate skeletal muscle adaptations to endurance and resistance training.

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