Athletes and Sports Science

  • Posted on: Nov 12 2019
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For most athletes, health is often taken for granted. To perform at a high level, all aspects of the mind, body, and spirit are coordinated and trained consistently together.  The tools of the elite include wearable sensors that measure work, impact, and location of load.  Nutritional and sleep analysis routinely provide the metabolic basis for improved performance and recovery. Preseason screening and monitoring can prevent injuries and lead to training strategies that enhance performance.  The team concept of the athletic trainer, nutritionist, video analyst, physician/surgeon, sport psychologist, and strength and conditioning specialists all collaborating to care and train the athlete is the standard of care today. The options have never been greater for teaching, training, and treating athletes.  In the record of sport science, this is the best time to be an athlete in the history of mankind. From the eight-year-old gymnast to the octogenarian spartan athlete, the options have never been better.

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