Tag Archive for: Sports Science

Sports Science Quarterly – Q1 2024

Every quarter we take a deep dive into the latest research in sports science. In this edition we look at the latest research on the psychological states of top performance, utilizing skill acquisition support, sleep extension, the muscle morphology, and more.

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Top training resources of 2023

It’s been another year of learning on HMMR Media. In 2023 our 36 contributors produced more than 40 podcast episodes, over 50 articles, 3 premium video lessons, 18 detailed research summaries in our Sports Science Quarterly, and our first ever HMMR Forum online event.

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Sports Science Quarterly – Q4 2023

Every quarter we take a deep dive into the latest research in sports science. In this edition we look at the latest research on the current state of genetic testing in sport, talent detection, injuries in youth athletics, the effects of long haul travel, and more.

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Sports Science Quarterly – Q3 2023

Every quarter we take a deep dive into the latest research in sports science. In this edition we look at the latest research on future directions in sports science, lessons from Formula One, strengths-based approach, culture change in sport, and much more.

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GAINcast Episode 269: Force and sprinting (with Dan Cleather and Jon Goodwin)

Why are some athletes faster than others? And how do we make athletes faster? In their new book Dan Cleather and Jon Goodwin argue that the answer begins and ends with a consideration of force production. Both of them join this week’s podcast to discuss key drivers in sprint performance, what factors are modifiable, and how we often get distracted from what really matters.

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Sports Science Quarterly – Q2 2023

Every quarter we take a deep dive into the latest research in sports science. In this edition we look at the latest research on resilience, pressure training, multidisciplinary teams, injury prevention, and much more.

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GAINcast Episode 264: Redefining LTAD (with Joe Eisenmann)

Long-term athlete development models are often packaged with convincing narratives and buzzwords. But they’re also full of a few myths as well. Dr. Joe Eisenmann’s career has combined his academic interests in pediatric physiology with his practical experiences in youth coaching. Combined he’s helped bring some common sense to the topic of LTAD. On this week’s podcast he talks about some of the history and misconceptions of LTAD, as well as his own approach to the area.

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GAINcast Episode 263: Odds and ends

Competition season is starting up again in many sports. We start this week’s GAINcast off by looking at how to best structure training in the days before a competition and how to learn what works best for your individual athletes. In addition we also talk about pre-meet workouts, psychological preparation, GPS data, single-factor models, and much more.

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GAINcast Episode 262: The sprint lab (with Emily McClelland)

The SMU Locomotor Performance Lab is at the cutting edge of researching practical questions on sprinting and jumping. On this week’s GAINcast Emily McClelland joins us to discuss her latest research on vertical jumping and sex differences in short sprints.

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Sports Science Quarterly – Q1 2023

Every quarter we take a deep dive into the latest research in sports science. In this edition we look at the latest research on what artificial intelligence means for elite sport, optimizing practice environments, velocity based training, parkour for athletic development, and much more.

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