Swing Accuracy? What it Means to Put the Bat on the Ball!

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October 18, 2018

Swing Accuracy? What it Means to Put the Bat on the Ball!

One of the common misconceptions related to an upward swing is that the hitter is selling out for power and sacrificing the ability to make consistent contact. In this article, I aim to debunk that myth.

HomeCourt Updates Its AI-Powered App With New Shot Science Metrics

HomeCourt, the AI-powered shot-tracking app featured during the Apple Keynote last month, has released an update with a new series of advanced analytics called Shot Science. The first version of the HomeCourt basketball app launched in July, granting users the ability to chart shots from an iPhone camera.

Nailing the Coffin Shut on Instability Training Ideas – SimpliFaster

By Bob Alejo Certainly, we can agree on this: No one competes on a playing surface (field, court, pitch) where the ground moves! OK, surfers do. But on grass or dirt, the ground might give way but it doesn’t wobble to and fro, and it’s not enough of a prevalent part of sport to train on an unstable surface.

Nutrition reflections from the NFL and NCAA: A UK nutritionist (SENr Grad) abroad

With pre-season now a distant memory and both the NCAA and NFL football seasons now well underway, I thought I would take the opportunity to reflect upon my previous time as a nutrition intern during the off-season and pre-season within NCAA Division 1 Football and the NFL.

Generating ROI on Athlete Monitoring Technology: Injury Risk Reduction | Catapult Sports

Our latest ebook, Generating ROI on Athlete Monitoring Technology, examines the way monitoring systems can add value to clubs beyond pure on-field performance. Although the primary motivations for investing in athlete monitoring systems have always been to quantify and optimise the performance of elite athletes, the technology has value that extends far beyond those fundamental purposes.

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