Microsoft, Cricket Star Anil Kumble Unveil Power Bat for New Analytics

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October 12, 2018

Microsoft, Cricket Star Anil Kumble Unveil Power Bat for New Analytics

Microsoft and former Indian cricket captain Anil Kumble have developed a tech-enabled cricket bat that can provide more batting data to players and fans. Kumble, who retired from international cricket in 2008, is now the founder of sports startup Spektacom Technologies.

Breaking Down Pop Time

At Driveline, we implement player-development systems based around metrics that will ultimately optimize performance. For example, from a pitching standpoint we work on developing velocity, designing pitches, and maximizing recovery, among other systems. This intuitive, multi-faceted approach is already being applied in hitting, but we can further apply this to other positions on the field.

Repeat Sprint Ability : Strength & Conditioning Journal

WHETHER THIS CAN BE APPRECIABLY IMPROVED VIA A HIGH V[Combining Dot Above]O2MAX REMAINS CONTROVERSIAL. HOWEVER, IT IS LIKELY IMPROVED VIA ANAEROBIC QUALITIES SUCH AS STRENGTH, POWER, AND SPEED, ALONG WITH THE ATHLETE’S VELOCITY AT ONSET OF BLOOD LACTATE ACCUMULATION. WHEN REPORTING REPEAT SPRINT ABILITY TEST RESULTS, TOTAL OR MEAN TIME SHOULD BE USED….

Wearable technology for boxing

While people have fought in hand-to-hand combat since before the dawn of history, the origin of boxing as an organized sport may be its acceptance by the ancient Greeks. They believed fist fighting was one of the games played by the gods on Olympus, thus it became part of the Olympic Games since in 688 BC.

‘SyncThink Express’ Post-Injury VR Solution Available – Reality Technologies

SyncThink is a neurotechnology company that uses an FDA approved VR eye tracking program after head injuries and impact. Their new SyncThink Express program is rentable for use by colleges, professional athletics programs, and medical providers looking to gain analytics-based insight into ocular and brain injuries.

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