How The NBA’s Trail Blazers Use DVDs, Neuroscience To Train Their Brains


March 16, 2018

How The NBA’s Trail Blazers Use DVDs, Neuroscience To Train Their Brains

Shortly after the Portland Trail Blazers step off the court following practice or a game, they’re whisked into a “brain room,” where they watch DVDs with devices strapped to their heads that read the electrical activity in their brains. It’s a scene that might seem peeled from a 1980’s sci-fi movie.

Spin Rates and Designing Pitches with Jeff Long – Baseball Prospectus

2:32 Revisiting PECOTA team projections 10:44 Announce winners of The Shift by Russell A. Carleton giveaway 14:40 Spin Rates and Pitch Design with Jeff Long 1:08:45 Home Runs Have Surged in MLB – Baseball Experts Explain Why NBC Left Field (h/t Rob Arthur) Other Links What would happen if you tried to hit a baseball pitched at 90% the speed of light?

Superior Gut Health Translates to Athletic Power

The key to harnessing an athlete’s power potential is optimizing gut health. By increasing the quality and diversity of gut microbiota, we can increase the power of overall health. This power output propels an athlete to the top of the game via stronger immunity, lower inflammation, enhanced nutrient metabolism, and resilient brain function and behavior.

IOC consensus statement: dietary supplements and the high-performance athlete

Nutrition usually makes a small but potentially valuable contribution to successful performance in elite athletes, and dietary supplements can make a minor contribution to this nutrition programme. Nonetheless, supplement use is widespread at all levels of sport.

Why Vols are paying football strength staff of Jeremy Pruitt $250K more than Butch Jones’

CLOSE Tennessee didn’t pinch pennies when it came to funding Jeremy Pruitt’s strength staff. The Vols have $905,000 dedicated in salaries to the football team’s strength coach personnel. “The person besides the coaches that has the most contact with our student-athletes on a day-to-day basis is the strength and conditioning coach and the staff,” Vols athletic director Phillip Fulmer said in an interview with USA TODAY Network – Tennessee.

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