World’s Fastest Marathoner To Wear New Nike 3D-Printed Shoes At London Marathon

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April 26, 2018

World’s Fastest Marathoner To Wear New Nike 3D-Printed Shoes At London Marathon

Nearly seven months after Eliud Kipchoge came just 35 seconds short of capturing the marathon world record, the Kenyan plans to run the London Marathon on Sunday with a pair of 3D-printed performance shoes that are six percent lighter than the ones he wore to win Berlin in September.

This tendon-tapping wearable can measure tension

A team of researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have developed a wearable that aims to track the tendon tension of runners and walkers. The system, which non-invasively measures the tendons when the user is engaged in movement, the engineers hope, will one day be able to help plan more effective treatments for people suffering with injuries, as well as those with diseases.

5 Reasons Why Pitchers Need to Sprint

I believe strongly in the benefits of speed training for all athletes, including pitchers. Proper speed training helps improve the stretch reflex, enhances coordination, aids in increasing all around hip motion, develops reactivity, and complements strength and power development. It falls directly in line with our overall philosophy of training pitchers to be fast, powerful, and explosive.

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