The Powerful Benefits of Sleep

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November 12, 2018

The Powerful Benefits of Sleep

Most multisport athletes understand that sleep is important, but in the balance of life, work and training, sleep is often the first thing to go. In addition, travel and the timing of competitions can further limit sleep. Unfortunately, many athletes have poor quality sleep or simply do not obtain a sufficient quantity of sleep.

The Best Coach In College Sports Might Be a Psychologist

MIND GAMES Student-athletes may sometimes be put on a pedestal, but they have problems just like any student and sometimes may be harder to reach. A novel program suggests a winning approach. By Bradley Donohue, Professor of Psychology, University of Nevada, Las Vegas We live in a sports-oriented culture.

David Stern on Sports Betting, NBA Tech and His ShotTracker Investment

Former NBA commissioner David Stern and ShotTracker co-founder Davyeon Ross joined Bram Weinstein on the SportTechie podcast to chat about ShotTracker’s growing integration into basketball, and how sports betting will impact the viewing experience for NBA fans.

Are Floating Sprints the Best for Developing Speed? – SimpliFaster

While the average performance coach may not be familiar with the floating sprints, it is timeless and popular in the sprinting community. Coach Carl Valle unravels the mysteries of this valuable workout-also known as “sprint float sprint” and “ins and outs”-so you can add it to your training toolbox.

Merril Hoge Doesn’t Want You To Use Your Brain

To clear up any confusion, let’s get this out of the way: Merril Hoge and Peter Cummings, who co-authored a book called Brainwashed: The Bad Science Behind CTE and The Plot to Destroy Football, are not CTE deniers.

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