Vertical Jump As a Measure of Neuromuscular Fatigue
Neuromuscular fatigue is recognized as a multifactorial phenomenon whose etiology is still the topic of a lot of debate. However,Read more.
Integration of Performance Nutrition into An Athletic Performance Program
As college athletic departments and professional teams recognize the need for a strong nutrition program, major investments have been madeRead more.
Data Collection and Athlete Monitoring Strategies for Every Level
The race to acquire the most effective sport science technology in college athletics is on. As the stakes are growingRead more.
Optimizing Training to Reduce Injury During High Stress Academic Periods
As you are reading this, picture a pre-med student who has a 3-hour chemistry lab, followed by an hour-long physicsRead more.
How the acute:chronic workload ratio can help you monitor injury risk
Advancements in tracking technology have made it much easier to monitor athletes’ training loads. But it can still be aRead more.
Can a single efficiency stat tell the whole story?
When evaluating athletes, it’s commonly understood that more than one metric should be used to build any argument. There oftenRead more.