Sports Drinks on the Edge of a New Era


April 11, 2018

Sports Drinks on the Edge of a New Era : Current Sports Medicine Reports

Since the first modern Olympics in 1896 in Athens, fluid intake and carbohydrate (CHO) delivery practices during sports and exercise have varied greatly, reflecting the uncertainty and lack of agreement within the scientific community.

SleepScore Labs wants to use wearables to dig deeper into sleep health

Sleepscore Labs, the folks behind one of the best sleep monitors we’ve taken to bed recently, looks set to add a wearable element to its setup after snapping up digital health company, which was founded in 2014, is a Netherlands-based digital health company that has developed a wearable and companion apps that are able to detect when a user is snoring or grinding their teeth.

Athlete Intelligence Introduces Cue Sport Sensor For Head Impact Detection – Sports Wearable

Formerly known as i1 Biometrics, Athlete Intelligence has been a leading startup when it comes to sports safety and injury prevention through technology and data analytics. The company has developed cutting edge gadgets such as the Vector Mouth Guard™ and Shockbox ® injury protection and detection in helmet-wearing sports.

Jon Gruden: strength and conditioning first for Raiders in offseason program

Apr 10, 2018 Paul GutierrezESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Oakland Raiders for and Sacramento Bee for eight years Member of Pro Football Writers Association Previously worked at Los Angeles Times, Las Vegas Review-Journal and Sports Illustrated ALAMEDA, Calif.

Weekly Sports Analytics News Roundup – April 10th, 2018 – StatSheetStuffer

Ohtani-mania: FanGraphs writes There’s Already a Book on Shohei Ohtani. FiveThirtyEight believes Shohei Ohtani’s Splitter Is What Makes Him Truly Great. FanGraphs says Shohei Ohtani Had

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