Colorado Rockies Benefit From Five Years Of MuscleSound Providing Real-Time Muscle Health Data



APRIL 25, 2017

Colorado Rockies Benefit From Years Of MuscleSound Providing Real-Time Muscle Health Data

In 2013, the Colorado Rockies began using MuscleSound, the health technology company that discovered and developed a non-invasive way of measuring glycogen levels for muscle health in order to optimize performance and muscle readiness. The Rockies used MuscleSound’s ultrasound technology in a pilot program to quickly uncover the capacity of players’ muscles to generate, store and replenish energy before and after games.

NFL Players Can Now Profit Off Their Wearable Data

The NFL’s weekly injury report is already intricate, what with its listing of every player’s ailment and likelihood of playing. Even if some teams, like the Patriots (of course), have engaged in chicanery in the past by noting Tom Brady as “probable (shoulder)” nearly every week for seven seasons, generally fans and gamblers alike can peruse status reports for each player, itemized by body part.

Barwis Methods Partners with Halo Neuroscience to Optimize Neurological Performance

“From professional football players, to hockey players, to NBA players - you name it, we train it. And right now, Halo is involved in all of it.” - Mike Barwis, Founder and CEO, Barwis Methods Mike Barwis, founder and CEO of Barwis Methods, has dedicated his life to training athletes across all sports disciplines to help unlock their potential.

Minnesota Twins’ Craig Breslow Aims To Put New Spin On Career With Help Of Rapsodo

This offseason, free agent relief pitcher Craig Breslow paired his analytical nature with some-cutting edge technology to try and breathe new life into his fading major league career. Rapsodo Baseball is a portable high-speed camera system that uses radar data to quantify the trajectory of a baseball as it leaves a pitcher’s hand.

Sacramento Kings Hire Vice President Of Strategy And Analytics To Use Data Engineering

The Sacramento Kings have hired Luke Bornn as their Vice President of Strategy and Analytics. Bornn will use data engineering and collection to provide the front office with information that will help with decision-making on roster compilation, player evaluation and overall strategy. He will also provide the training staff with data analysis through wearable devices.

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