Widespread Wearable Use Could Fundamentally Change Professional Sports

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August 29, 2018

Widespread Wearable Use Could Fundamentally Change Professional Sports

This two-part feature series on bioethics explores the benefits and possible ethical implications of DNA testing and biometric tracking of professional athletes. This article discusses wearable devices, part 1 looks at genetic testing. Imagine if Iron Man ‘s Tony Stark were real, and his bionic devices were used not to power his role as a superhero, but instead to gain an edge in athletic competition.

Pioneering the Science of Optimum Human Performance

Health and fitness visionary and pro-sports-team consultant Dr. Mike Clark has modeled his life on some powerful guiding principles. Among them: There are no shortcuts on the road to success. by Shirley Archer, JD, MA Photography by Alise Cua Photographer Had it not been for an ACL tear, would the NASM Optimum Performance Training™ model exist?

New findings suggest risk factors for hamstring injuries are more flexible than previously thought

New findings suggest risk factors are more flexible than previously thought Overview Hamstring injuries are a common injury risk in most field sports.

10 Strength and Conditioning Practices That Are Overhyped – SimpliFaster

It is always a good idea to do what is right for your athletes and your training program, and not just buy into every fad that comes along. Because strength and conditioning is a big market, there will always be training ideas that attract a lot of hype, but don’t necessarily contain a lot of substance.

Interview with Dr. Andreas Venhorst Regarding Pacing in Swimming

The most common pacing strategies and observed pacing behaviors are: negative pacing (i.e. a slow start with gradual increases in power output during the event), all-out pacing (i.e. an all-out fast start followed by a gradual decrease in power output), positive pacing (i.e.

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