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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...

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...

NSCA Georgia State Clinic

We are hosting the NSCA Georgia State Clinic at Armstrong State University on November 12, 2016. This will be an exceptional state clinic with some of the best minds in strength and conditioning I know. Click here to register at the NSCA. Here are the details from the...

Collegiate strength and conditioning, what a mess

There are some massive problems with state of strength and conditioning, sport science and athlete development in the United States. The problems are particularly egregious in collegiate athletics. Recently the folks at ETSU's sportscienceed.com outlined SOME of the...

Muscle: molecules to motion

The Journal of Experimental Biology recently published a collection of articles, Muscle: molecules to motion, addressing a variety of topics related to muscle physiology. This issue is a valuable resource for any exercise physiologist, sport scientist (or student of)...

Account updates and bug fixes

We just pushed out a few updates that will require some users to update how they login to Sportably. If you have previously linked your Google or LinkedIn accounts to Sportably, or if you login to Sportably using your Google or LinkedIn account, you will need to...

First release of 2012

Last night we pushed out a nice release that should speed up the process of recording and/or planning training days. When we released the training log system back in October last year, it was the first step of a much larger goal to develop a  set of killer tools that...

Training Log Released

We are pretty excited to announce that a couple of days ago we released the first version of the Training Log component of Sportably. While it is far from complete, the features included in this first Training Log release should provide many of the fundamental...

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