Month: September 2016

Sportably is now responsive

I am pretty stoked about the Sportably update we pushed out today! First and foremost, Sportably has been rebuilt from the ground up and transitioned to a responsive design. Previously, only the Monitoring section of the site played nice with mobile devices. With this rebuild Sportably will now scale to the screen size you are using, making life easier as you transition between your desktop and mobile devices. Whether you are logging a training session, building a team, or designing your sport science empire, Sportably will work with any modern web browser on any device. Boo-ya! So what else do we have for you as if that were not enough? Upon logging into your account or visiting the Sportably home page after logging in, you will notice that we have built a new dashboard page that should improve site navigation. We are planning for this dashboard to evolve into an area that can be customized and where routine items can be recorded and monitored in a single place. The site header and navigation have taken a more minimalist approach and take up less space in the browser leaving more room for the things that matter. The individual and team monitoring graphs have been given an aesthetic upgrade and look much better on mobile devices as well. You can now export single user and team data that includes session information vs....

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Coaches and Sport Science College

I always enjoy the Coaches and Sport Science College. It is by far one of, if not the best sport science conference in the United States. This year it will be held on December 9 & 10. The Coaches and Sport Science College is held in the Millennium Centre each year (2001 Millennium Pl, Johnson City, TN 37604). We will be there with a number of our graduate students this year. Click here to visit for all of the details for the 2016 Coaches College. Here are the conference details from the folks at ETSU. Coaches and Sport Science College Location Schedule Friday December 9, 2016 (Coach Education) 7:30-8:15am Registration/Breakfast 8:15-8:30 Welcome/Introduction – Dr. Mike Ramsey 8:30-9:30 Sudden Death-What Should the Coach Know? – Meg Stone 9:30-9:45 Break – Posters 9:45-11:15 How Do We Achieve Athlete-Centered Coaching? – Linda Low 11:15-12:30pm Controversies in Strength and Conditioning – Dr. Mike Stone 12:30-1:30 Lunch – Posters 1:30-2:00 Servant or Service (I): A brief history of how we got this way – Dr. Mike Stone/Dan Wathen 2:00-3:30 Servant or Service (II): Proposals for the future of sport science and strength and conditioning – Dr. Guy Hornsby/Dr. Ben Gleason 3:30-3:45 Break – Posters 3:45-4:45 Coach-friendly Data Analytic Technique – Dr. Kimi Sato 4:45-5:45 Roundtable Q&A 6:30-8:30 Banquet- Three Decades of Olympic Experiences – Amy Acuff Saturday December 10, 2016 (LTAD) 7:30-8:15am Registration/Breakfast 8:15-8:30...

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