Sports Innovation Lab Partners on CES Sports Zone



October 20, 2017

Sports Innovation Lab partners on CES Sports Zone

CES Sports Zone, a sports technology themed space at CES, is launching this January in partnership with the Sports Innovation Lab

ASU women’s soccer is using analytics to gain a competitive edge

Catapult is a huge contributor to keeping the soccer players healthy and preventing injury

‘My Whole Life Was A Mess’: Rehabbing Vision After Concussions

Only the unidentified voice remains. The baseball game is gone. The drive to the field vanished. That morning’s school day disappeared. The previous weeks, too. Just four words, maybe from the catcher, linger in Jared Schwartz’s memory. “Are you OK, Jared?”

Exertional Heat Stroke Basics: What Strength and… : Strength & Conditioning Journal

McDermott, Brendon P MS, ATC; Lopez, Rebecca M MS, ATC; Casa, Douglas J PhD, ATC, CSCS; Kraemer, William J PhD, CSCS, FNSCA Recently, an article in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (20(3):462, 2006) regarding the recognition and acute treatment of exertional heat stroke (EHS) presented a “survival strategy” for this condition ().

New research reveals the factors that increase risk of injury in young elite athletes

New European research has revealed some of the factors putting young elite athletes at a higher risk of injury, including a lack of sleep and lack of self-confidence. The new findings come from Philip von Rosen, a researcher at the Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society, Sweden, who surveyed 680 adolescent elite athletes across 16 different sports in an effort to understand better the injury risk factors affecting young people.

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