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Preventing hamstring injuries, the effect of cold water immersion on athletes’ HRV, and how much does sleep effect our happiness?   Monday, September 18 Holistic Hamstring Health: Not Just The Nordics https://ylmsportscience.com/2017/05/06/holistic-hamstring-health-not-just-the-nordic-hamstring-exercise/ Hamstring strain injuries (HSIs) account for 12-26% of injuries in football, soccer, rugby and track and field. Risk factors for HSIs include: Age,…

Pillars of Performance: Mike Mancias, NBA Trainer

Mike Mancias answers 9 questions about his performance lifestyle as LeBron James’ athletic trainer. Originally from Brownsville, TX, Mike Mancias began his career in athletic training as the student manager of the University of Texas-Pan American men’s basketball team. In the summer of 2001, Mancias landed an internship with Tim Grover of Attack Athletics, where…

Duke Men’s Basketball Optimizing Performance with WHOOP

In the spring of 1980, Duke University hired 33-year-old Mike Krzyzewski to be its men’s head basketball coach. By his sixth season, Krzyzewski had the Blue Devils in the national championship game. Duke fell to Louisville, but Devils senior Johnny Dawkins was the 1986 tournament’s leading scorer. Two years later, junior center Danny Ferry led…

#WHOOPEd Weekly Digest, Vol. 15

What you eat vs. when you eat, the importance of 12-hour ultradian rhythms, and wearable devices powered by clothing?   Monday, August 14 The facts behind early sport specialization and increased injuries http://usatodayhss.com/2017/the-facts-behind-early-sport-specialization-and-increased-injuries A study last fall from the National Federation of State High School Associations suggests young athletes who specialize in a single sport…

Pillars of Performance: Sue Bird, WNBA Superstar

Basketball legend Sue Bird answers 9 questions about her performance lifestyle as a professional athlete. At UConn, Sue Bird won two national championships and was the Naismith College Player of the Year during her senior season. In the WNBA, she’s captured two championships with the Seattle Storm and has been a league All-Star a whopping…

The Strain You May Be Overlooking

After an 82-game regular season and more than six weeks of playoffs, the NBA Finals are now underway. As he’s done in each of the past several years, LeBron James put away his phone and cut social media out of his daily life as soon as the postseason began. Not only is James eliminating distractions,…

#WHOOPEd Weekly Digest, Vol. 4

Included this week is a Harvard study on the health and safety shortcomings of the NFL, as well as the sleeping positions you can try for any localized pain keeping you awake at night.   Tuesday, May 30 Harvard study suggests some NFL health and safety changes https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/redskins/harvard-study-suggests-some-nfl-health-and-safety-changes/2017/05/15/02b1c678-397c-11e7-a058-ddbb23c75d82_story.html?utm_term=.ef91da3bd812 A study conducted at Harvard Law School…

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