Periodization: What the Data Say

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August 6, 2018

Periodization: What the Data Say * Stronger by Science

From the outset, I want to make my intentions clear: I want this to be the most thorough quantitative overview of the periodization literature in existence, while also being readily accessible and understandable.

Developing IMU Sensors For Capturing Motion In Sports

IMU sensors are pretty useful because when strapped to the right location and given the right context they can provide very insightful information about an athlete’s (or anyone’s) movements. In this post, we are going to look at a couple of options in the market that allows us to skip the hardware development and jump right into the application development.

Rethinking Batting Practice with Release Points

We wanted to test out some ideas with our pitching machine and pitcher release points. So be prepared for some cool gifs. First, we wanted to see how setting up the machine directly in line with the plate would look from both the right- and left-handed batters box.

To Lift or Not to Lift: The Rewards and Risks of Game-Day Lifting – SimpliFaster

Game-day lifting can provide extra nervous system awakening for experienced athletes whose typical profiles don’t require extra volume or additional intensity. For developing athletes, game-day lifts add extra volume and intensity. When you take caution with game-day lifts and also assess your results, your benefits will be fantastic.

Everything You Need to Know About Swimming Shoulder Mechanics

It is well understood that proper swimming shoulder mechanics are imperative to performance enhancement and injury prevention. But what happens when the shoulder is fatigued? We are fortunate to have one of the leading researchers in this area, Dr. Felipe Serenza, with us to share his insight to this important topic.

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