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Mission Apolo – Built With Chocolate Milk, Episode 2: Building A Foundation

6X IRONMAN Champion Luke McKenzie

6X IRONMAN Champion Luke McKenzie

In Mission Apolo: Building a Foundation, it’s a day of training, nutrition and fun for speedskating champion Apolo Ohno and his teammate Jen Ator, Fitness Director at Women’s Health. As part of their training and recovery journey towards the IRONMAN World Championship, they’re coached in open water swimming interval run training by 6X IRONMAN Champion Luke McKenzie, an Aussie endurance sport superstar.

Mission Apolo teammate Jen Ator, Fitness Director at Women's Health

Mission Apolo teammate Jen Ator, Fitness Director at Women’s Health

MISSION APOLO Episode 2: Building a Foundation

After an active day, they meet with nutritionist Wendy Bazilian, to learn how to properly fuel for sport and exercise, and recover with lowfat chocolate milk...

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Adrian Peterson Uses Hyperice On Knee During NFL MVP Season With Vikings

Adrian Peterson Uses Hyperice On Knee During NFL MVP Season With Vikings - Sports Techie blog

Adrian Peterson Uses Hyperice On Knee During NFL MVP Season With Vikings – Sports Techie blog

Adrian Peterson and Hyperice held a press conference last week with some of the top sports journalists and media brands who are excited about anything to do with AP. He chatted with about 20 reporters and me during a conference call about the Hyperice injury prevention and recovery technology and his now legendary rehab. The All-Pro running back with the Minnesota Vikings set the standard for knee injury rehab when he came back from a MCL and ACL tears in 2011 to become the 2012 MVP and NFL Comeback Player of the Year. It is clear after blogging again for the Sports Techie community blog about Hyperice and getting the tremendous ch...

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Hyperice Injury Prevention And Recovery Technology Company Has Cornered New Markets

Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings running back, joined Hyperice as an equity partner, making him the newest addition to the company's star studded athlete roster

Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings running back, joined Hyperice as an equity partner, making him the newest addition to the company’s star studded athlete roster

The new executive vice president of marketing and business development at Hyperice is Jim Huether, someone I met while researching for an iQ by Intel contribution on football helmet technology. Hyperice is an injury prevention and recovery company that recently partnered with Adrian Peterson, who joins Blake Griffin, Hope Solo and a number of other Nike athletes, as equity partners. They added Industry pioneer Dr. Mike Clark to the new Medical Advisory Board today...

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First-ever US Women’s Ski Jumping Team Documents Training in Web Series REFUEL USA By Got Milk

The New Women's Ski Jumping Team USA Got Chocolate Milk

The New Women’s Ski Jumping Team USA Got Chocolate Milk

Women’s Ski Jumping USA is composed of seven extraordinary women who are making history. This team of inspirational athletes bonded over their passion for flight and because of their influence, for the first time, women are able to compete at the highest level in the sport. The Sports Techie community blog is excited to share a sports tech centric part of the story about these pioneering women drink chocolate milk to help fly the length of a football field on a snow covered ramp in excess of 60 miles per hour down mountains as they prepare and train for Sochi. The XXII Olympic Winter Games, or the 22nd Winter Olympics, are scheduled to take place February 6th – 23rd, 2014 on the NBC Sports Network.

First-ever US Women’s Ski Jumping Team Documents Training in Web Series REFUEL USA By Got Milk - ESPN image

First-ever US Women’s Ski Jumping ...

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Dynamic Athletics patented injury prevention and athlete movement analysis sports technology

Dynamic Athletics Research Institute - DARI

Dynamic Athletics Research Institute – DARI

Dynamic Athletics Research Institute launched two years ago and is led by President, Patrick Moodie. The last gen of motion capture technology was tedious work in that sensors are used to record movement and it took too much time to place up to 30 or 40 on key body points and upwards of an entire month to process. Patrick graciously spoke to the Sports Techie community blog from their new facility in Kansas City about his company’s revolutionary system that has been a decade in the making and how they solved the markers problem via technology that collects precise human movement data and offers functional screening.

Dynamic Athletics Research Institute – DARI

Patrick used kinesiology and biomechanics to create the first of its kind process that...

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