Manchester City, NYCFC Apply SAP’s Big Data Across Their Soccer World

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August 1, 2018

Manchester City, NYCFC Apply SAP’s Big Data Across Their Soccer World

The 52nd floor of a high rise in New York City’s Hudson Yards development offers sweeping panoramic views of Manhattan, the outer boroughs, New Jersey, and beyond. Last week, however, those in that room paid as much attention to the gilded silver guest of honor inside: the English Premier League Trophy.

The 7 Most Common Injuries in Sports and Training (and How to Avoid Them)

No one can discount the benefits of playing sports, but all it takes is one injury to keep you on the bench indefinitely. Collectively, more than 30 million children and teens participate in sports on a regular basis, sustaining more than 3.5 million injuries every year -and adults are even more liable to get injured when playing.

Why Neck Training Should Be a Priority for Athletes – SimpliFaster

Even with all of the focus and research on concussions, the neck is still an afterthought when it comes to training. It’s time to change that, and treat the cervical spine as a priority. This article will get you started on developing and applying neck training to your strength and conditioning program today.

Nike’s lightning shoes hint at power of technology to skew elite competition | Sean Ingle

Do you know the most remarkable thing about Nike’s £200 Vaporfly Elite trainers? They actually live up to the hype. When the shoe was launched last year, Nike insisted it improved running economy by an average of 4% – a claim so astounding that it caused many sports scientists’ eyebrows to rise in scepticism, loosely aping the company’s swoosh logo.

How much protein can the body use in a single meal for muscle-building? Implications for daily protein distribution

Controversy exists about the maximum amount of protein that can be utilized for lean tissue-building purposes in a single meal for those involved in regimented resistance training. It has been proposed that muscle protein synthesis is maximized in young adults with an intake of ~ 20-25 g of a high-quality protein; anything above this amount is believed to be oxidized for energy or transaminated to form urea and other organic acids.

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