Wearable Tech Enables Olympians to Accomplish Top Performances

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April 2, 2018

Wearable Tech Enables Olympians to Accomplish Top Performances – Sports Wearable

As wearable motion sensors including Fitbit and other major manufacturers are revising how periodically people work out and record their activity, they are also having a resembling effect on the trainings of Olympians and their recovery during workouts. Coaches have been using video cameras for a long time now to let competitors know how …

Indiana Pacers Extend Partnership With Physimax’s Motion-Capture Tech

The Indiana Pacers’ sports performance staff runs its teams through a screening about once a month to investigate each player’s risk of a knee injury. The assessment centers on the LESS Test (Landing Error Scoring System) in which a player starts on a 12-inch box, jumps down with two feet, lands and then jumps straight up.

Top 10 Myths of Sprinting Mechanics – ELITETRACK

On my way back from Sarasota today I came up with a list of the top ten myths I hear about sprinting mechanics. Check it out and let me know what I left off. The elbow angle must stay at 90 degrees. Who came up with this? What’s the rationale?

Could lowering the tackle height in rugby union reduce ball carrier inertial head kinematics?

There is mounting evidence of reduced long-term cognitive ability in rugby players, even in those without a reported history of concussion. The tackle…

Sport Science of Flywheel Resistance Training – SimpliFaster

Training with flywheels works scientifically and you can place it into a program practically. This article will present the science behind the way the body remodels from specific flywheel training, and instruct you on using a flywheel system more beneficially.

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