Hacking the Brain with Assisted Speed Training


June 14, 2018

Hacking the Brain with Assisted Speed Training

Assisted speed may be the most missed opportunity in maximal speed development, but it doesn’t have to remain that way. Technology like the 1080 Sprint has evolved to the point where harnessing the benefits of assisted speed is no longer a tactical struggle for coaches.

ACL rehabilitation: When should athletes start running?

Running is an activity present in most of the sports we know (Tongen & Wunderlich, 1994). Every healthy person experienced running in life (Dugan & Bhat, 2005), even the most sedentary, meaning that people are extremely familiar with that activity – under the scope of the user – which leads to certain assumptions about it.

Modelling the HRV Response to Training Loads in Elite Rugby Sevens Players

Journal of Sports Science and Medicine (JSSM) is a non-profit scientific electronic journal, publishing research ,review articles case studies fields exercise sciences. section, abstracts international national congresses, panel meetings, conferences symposia, function discussion

Global innovation company revolutionises football performance with help from LCR 4.0 – Sports Wearable

Sports technology company, SportScientia, has unveiled a new first-of-its-kind wireless smart insole designed to significantly enhance the performance of football players, with support from the part funded LCR 4.0 business support programme. SportScientia, a top 50 global innovation company based in the UK and Singapore, specialises in the collection and interpretation of dynamic biometric performance …

Wearables basketball: Connected tech for aspiring basketball players

Fitness trackers and connected gadgets for sports such as golf, cycling and tennis are a dime a dozen these days. Basketball has been slow in joining the party, but this is quickly changing. Now there is a healthy range of products that are leveraging the powers of technology to help you improve your skills on the court.

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