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Improving Scores on the Ranger Physical Assessment Test

Posted by BridgeAthletic on May 13, 2019 2:09:00 PM

S&C's Impact on US Rangers

This is the latest in a series of research (covered in previous editions of the PowerUp) that promotes the value of S&C for the tactical community.

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Topics: Performance Trends, Coaching Tips, News

The (Legacy) Effects of Training

Posted by BridgeAthletic on May 3, 2019 5:06:33 AM

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Researchers at Duke University have found a mere eight months of vigorous exercise training may lead to a higher fitness level 10 years later, proving that the ‘legacy effect’ can support us well into our later years.

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Topics: Performance Trends, News

Strength Training for Your Breath: IMST Uncovered

Posted by BridgeAthletic on May 1, 2019 3:36:48 PM

 

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Topics: Performance Trends, Recovery, News

The Art of Coaching Professional Hockey

Posted by Maia Monell on May 1, 2019 7:20:00 AM

 

In episode 11 of Powering Performance, we sat down with the Buffalo Sabres' Head of Strength and Conditioning, Dr. Ed Gannon. Get ready to dive into the unique aspects of training athletes across two of the most physically demanding sports out there. We'll hear how Ed prepares for the grueling in-season challenges as well as how he helps players wind down and re-charge post-season. Subscribe now and check out a few key highlights below. 

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Topics: Sports Technology, Powering Performance, News

Tips For a Better Night Sleep

Posted by BridgeAthletic on Apr 26, 2019 12:21:07 PM

Sleep is crucial to an athlete's overall performance. However, sleep can be a hard metric to track and control - especially for student athletes. Ways to enhance sleep isn't always a one size fits all. So, we complied a list of different tips to help your athletes get in those important z's. 

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Topics: Performance Trends

Bridging Technology & Performance: Episode #10 Breakdown

Posted by BridgeAthletic on Apr 18, 2019 11:39:07 AM

In our latest episode of Powering Performance, we had the pleasure of connecting with EXOS’ Director of Continuous Improvement, Stefan Underwood and BridgeAthletic CTO Dr. Fadi Zoghzoghy. This episode is jam-packed with great insights on the value of technology. Follow the link to listen in...

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Topics: Powering Performance

Developing Human Performance Technology | Episode #10 with EXOS' Stefan Underwood & CTO Fadi Zoghzoghy

Posted by Maia Monell on Apr 10, 2019 7:43:00 AM

 

In episode 10 of Powering Performance, we sat down with EXOS' Director of Continuous Improvement, Stefan Underwood and BridgeAthletic CTO, Dr. Fadi Zoghzoghy. During the episode, we dive into the Bridge+EXOS partnership, consider how to evaluate performance technology, and get some valuable insight into the evolving fitness industry and where we're headed from here.

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Topics: Sports Technology, Powering Performance, News

Developing the Next Generation of Digital Training

Posted by Maia Monell on Apr 1, 2019 4:59:43 PM

 

Bridge+EXOS was created to unite best-in-class technology with a world-class training methodology to help you achieve your goals. Pairing advanced algorithms with thoughtful training, we’ve created the most customizable training tools across the industry. In 2017, we launched the Bridge+EXOS digital platform. Today, hundreds of practitioners are leveraging EXOS training, powered by Bridge.

But just like you and your athletes, we sought out ways to progress and improve. As we continued to support you with the latest software, we also studied and questioned the ways in which coaches like you create plans. We found that even the most seasoned coaches spent an average of 88 minutes per 6 weeks of training.

Keep reading to learn how we took your workflows and valuable feedback to develop the next generation of digital training, The Bridge+EXOS Training Engine.

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Topics: Sports Technology

Getting Players Through The Door Pt. 2 - Breakdown of Episode 9 with Evan VanBecelaere

Posted by BridgeAthletic on Mar 21, 2019 10:31:11 AM

With March Madness nearing, our 9th episode of Powering Performance is sure to get you in the spirit. We are joined by University of Oregon’s Director of Performance for Men’s Basketball, Evan VanBecelaere. He shares with us his journey to becoming a Duck and how he is building new relationships across his new role.

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Topics: Powering Performance