The Newest Tech in Baseball, and How it Might Favor the Hitter


March 21, 2018

The newest tech in baseball, and how it might favor the hitter

We were talking hitting and statistics, as we do, and Jed Lowrie had a bone to pick last year. “Can you name an analytic breakthrough that helps the hitter?” he asked. He fended off launch angle and exit velocity, saying those were just stats that described outcomes, and that those numbers didn’t necessarily help the hitter get better.

How to Build Athletes with GPS and Player Tracking Technology

Team sports offer many challenges to designing workouts that satisfy tactical and technical needs while harmonizing with the human body. When the performance staff has the freedom to train properly, player tracking helps meet these challenges. Coach Valle explores metabolic power, mechanical load, the lactate response, and the muscular recruitment theories.

The Effect of Two Different Concurrent Training Programs on Strength and Power Gains in Highly-Trained Individuals

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New Holosuit Strives to Up Your Golf Game

The India-based startup Kaaya Tech is trying to create the ultimate in mixed reality wearables: a full-body HoloSuit with points of articulation that can accurately track the body in a variety of motions. Using pants, a jacket, and gloves, the HoloSuit can collect data about the way we move and create meaningful and accurate simulations.

World Anti-Doping Agency Turns To AI In Fight Against Doping

The World Anti-Doping Agency is on a search-not just for athletes using drugs to gain an unfair advantage, but for proposals for using artificial intelligence to help catch those athletes. According to iNews, a UK news source, the agency is requesting proposals for AI pilots to help better catch suspicious athletes, send warnings, and perform targeted testing.

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