Virtual Reality Helped Minnesota Vikings’ Teddy Bridgewater During Recovery

 

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November 14, 2017

Virtual Reality Helped Minnesota Vikings’ Teddy Bridgewater During Recovery

Sunday marked Teddy Bridgewater’s first time suiting up in full uniform since suffering a career-threatening knee injury in August 2016. During pregame, the Minnesota Vikings’ quarterback, clearly overcome with emotion, covered his face with a towel as cameras panned over him. Bridgewater went through the most grueling rehab process an athlete could endure.

Drones Can Help Analyze Rugby Player Performance With An Overhead View

The Scottish Rugby Union (SRU), responsible for the sport’s national team, has been training its performance analysts to fly drones to review the performance of its players. Ten analysts from the SRU have been training on a course designed and delivered by Consortiq, a company that trains people in safe use of drones.

How K-MOTION Changes The Way Athletes Train Using Biofeedback

Every golfer has had the day at the driving range where everything seemed to be going right. The drives were long and straight, the irons all made solid contact and all was good with the world. The next time at the course, things didn’t work out so well. So what changed?

A Guide on Investing in Technology for Coaches – SimpliFaster

Sports technology tools can be helpful to both coaches and athletes, but you don’t need to own every device on the market. This article will survey the simple needs of coaches and offer a little relief for those that don’t have massive budgets.

Aaron Hernandez had Stage III CTE. What exactly does that mean?

Boston University researchers revealed Thursday that former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez had one of the most severe cases of chronic traumatic encephalopathy ever discovered in a person his age when he hanged himself in a Massachusetts prison in April.

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