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3 Steps Coaches Must Take Before Adding New Technology to the Weight Room

Sports science technology products aimed at the strength and conditioning professional are becoming much more available and affordable, but how do you...

By: Bryce Patterson

New Study Finds That Athletes Lacking This Elusive Vitamin Are Weaker, Slower and Less Explosive

A new study from the University of Tulsa has found that low levels of vitamin D can lead to a significant drop-off in athletic performance. The...

By: Brandon Hall

WATCH: ESPN Sports Science Breaks Down Aaron Gordon's and Zach LaVine's Dunks, and the Results are Incredible

This year's NBA Dunk Contest was the most exciting one in years, mostly due to the emergence of two high-flying youngsters: Minnesota Timberwolves g...

By: Rob Scott

What Is the Australian Institute of Sport and Why Is It Sending So Many Players to the NBA?

The Australians are coming. Or should we say, "more Australians are coming." If you've been paying attention to the NBA over the past five year...

By: Jordan Zirm

How Should In-Season Nutrition Differ From Off-Season Nutrition?

Senior principal scientist of the Gatorade Sports Science Institute Dr. Kim Stein answers your questions about how to eat, drink and play your bes...

By: Kim Stein