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Can ‘Athletic Intelligence’ Be Measured?

Teams in the N.F.L. and other leagues believe performance on a tablet can predict success in a real game. By Devin Gordon Sept. 2, 2020 34 Two N.F.L. draft prospects sat on a couch on the shaded patio outside a hotel room in St. Petersburg, Fla. They were waiting to take another test. They had only been …

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gameSense Sports Selected to Join Techstars SportsTech Melbourne

gameSense Sports is pleased to be part of the Inaugural Techstars SportsTech Accelerator class.  To read the full press release, visit: https://www.techstars.com/newsroom/the-techstars-sportstech-melbourne-accelerator-inaugural-class. To learn more about the SportsTech Accelerator Program visit: https://www.techstars.com/accelerators/sportstech-melbourne. The Techstars SportsTech Melbourne Accelerator Inaugural Class April 2, 2020 By Todd Deacon, Managing Director of Techstars SportsTech Melbourne Techstars SportsTech Melbourne Accelerator focuses on …

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Upside Chat: Len Zaichkowsky, World-Class’ Sports Biofeedback Expert

Listen to the Audio Interview This week we had the honor of chatting with Len Zaichkowsky, PhD, retired Professor from the Boston University, World-class’ sports biofeedback expert, and performance consultant who has worked with many elite pro teams (Vancouver Canucks (NHL), Real Madrid, National Spanish soccer team…) over the years. Listen to the audio interview …

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New Southern Illinois University research aims to help athletes and law enforcement

Researchers at SIU Carbondale have developed new technology to improve high-speed decision making skills. Dr. Peter Fadde created Video-Occlusion, an alternative form of virtual or augmented reality.The technology was originally developed for sports, but it can also be used to increase reaction times in many different professions, including law enforcement and medical fields. Read the …

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Minor Leaguers are competing against each other with gameSense: Sporttechie Exclusive

gameSense Offers Minor Leaguers Free Access to Pitch-IQ App By Joe LemireMay 1, 2020 Pitch recognition app gameSense is offering minor leaguers free access to its Pitch-IQ app during the Covid-19 lockdown. Seven MLB organizations have taken advantage of this Safe-At-Home program that began in April. The foundation for gameSense is 1970s-era research into anticipatory behavior based …

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Ahead of the Curve with Jonathan Gelnar

In this episode of Ahead of the Curve, I welcome Dr. Peter Fadde, pitch recognition expert, Chief Officer and Co-Founder of gameSense, and Associate Professor of Learning Systems Design & Technology at Southern Illinois University. Dr. Peter Fadde breaks down the science of pitch recognition and the valuable methods of training hitters to achieve this …

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Testimonials from Top coaches/trainers/Startups on what to do during COVID-19 crisis

Click here to Read the Entire Article GameSense sports is a technology company that has developed an app for baseball and softball that measures and teaches pitch recognition using the scientifically validated method of “visual occlusion. It utilizes live video from a large library of pitchers at different levels of ability. Again your phone or tablet …

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Tech Makes Baseball a Simple Game: You See the Ball, You Hit the Ball, You Got It?

This is the third story in a five-part series that examines how swing biomechanics and the proliferation of technological tools are helping hitters. Modern technology is able to illuminate the kinematic sequence of a hitter’s swing, but those assessments top out at the athlete’s torso. What happens above the neck is just as critical, and …

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Dr. Len Zaichkowski talks about the Myths of Kids and Sports

Youth sports in America is a 15 billion dollar industry. A lot of that money is going towards special coaching and training and participation in elite travel teams. Parents spend an enormous amount of money and time on their kids’ involvement in sports, hoping the investment will pay off in accolades, college scholarships, and even the …

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