Foundations of Applied Sports Science: A Starting Point in Sports Performance

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September 12, 2018

Foundations of Applied Sports Science: A Starting Point in Sports Performance

This second installment of Coach Matt Hauck’s sports performance article series provides useful steps on the organization of the data that coaches, staff, trainers, and sports scientists collect on athlete performance, training, recovery, and readiness. This data needs to be compiled and assessed with an eye toward summarization, quantification, comparisons, and bioenergetic demands.

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Efficient Front Leg Mechanics that Lead to High Velocity

The lead/stride leg in pitching is rarely understood correctly and is often analyzed from a baseball-specific viewpoint. Unfortunately, the best throwers in the world are not baseball pitchers, so to truly understand how the lower half properly works, we need to get out of our comfort zones to disrupt the standard model of analyzing what’s already being done.

UFC announces deal with Omegawave for optimizing athlete performance

Advertisement American mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion company Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) have inked a deal with Omegawave – a US-based leading provider of training and performance management solutions.

UCF Athletics, Kinesiology Program Team Up

UCF Athletics, Kinesiology Program Team Up UCF Athletics and the university’s new School of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy are partnering to enhance the well-being and performance of the university’s student-athletes. Kinesiology faculty member Michael Redd is now working with coaches as the first director of sports science appointed by the athletics program.

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