Virtual Reality Companies Are Changing How Athletes See Practice

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February 7, 2018

Virtual Reality Companies Are Changing How Athletes See Practice

Toner kicks field goals on real-life fields while an unwieldy contraption – what appears to be six GoPros welded together into a 360 degree video camera – records by his shoulder. Then, Toner can relive kicks using a VR headset.

How To Push The Limits Of Human Endurance

Just in time for the games in South Korea, a U.S. Olympic cross counter skier and a sports science writer on what it takes to push the boundaries of human endurance.

Kinexon Credited For Helping Keep 76ers All-Star Joel Embiid Healthy

Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid embraced the nickname of “The Process,” the oft-repeated refrain his franchise’s former general manager kept repeating to assure fans that the team was, in fact, rebuilding and improving.

How Jolt.ai Uses Artificial Intelligence To Help With Fitness Motivation

With every new year, gyms fill up in January just to slowly return to a normal pace as the year moves into February and March. Jolt.ai, a fitness motivator from the San Diego-based company Rock My World, could keep things interesting on a daily basis.

Ruggiero, 2 others promise brains to science

Two of the world’s most decorated women’s hockey players have pledged their brains to concussion research. American Angela Ruggiero and Canadian Hayley Wickenheiser — who have both retired from hockey — announced on Tuesday they would donate their brains to the Concussion Legacy Foundation after their deaths.

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