The OAthlete program..puts the phrase ‘Data not Drugs’ at the core of the philosophy.
There’s a better way forward, a new way forward, and it does not include performance enhancing drugs.
The OAthlete program puts the phrase ‘Data not Drugs’ at the core of it’s philosophy.
I don’t dope because I don’t want to cheat. But you want to use every fair-game device available
It’s all connected,” said Sky Christopherson...founder of a company that analyses patterns in personal health data.
You get metabolics and context for all this information, quantifying the athlete in every dimension”
Ultimately our goal is to apply these insights to consumers to help with breakthroughs in health and fitness
Some people are calling this the ‘Data Olympics’. According to the Financial Times, some device companies are trading athletes devices for data
These monitors are helping the quest for gold today will one day aid in the fight against diabetes and sleep disorders, or at the very least trickle down to amateur athletes everywhere.
This version of the Optimized Athlete programme is now being honed and advanced by a group of scientific and medical experts
Olympic athletes are providing fitness data in exchange for high-tech gadgets.. to help improve their performance
Sky Christopherson speaking at the Hadoop Summit in San Jose, Calif, offered a more hopeful perspective; Racers can win with big data analysis instead of performance enhancing drugs.
Medicine is changing rapidly, and entrepreneurs can leverage those changes to improve athletic performance.
Cycling medalist Dotsie Bausch demonstrates at the Consumer Electronics Show on January 7, 2015 in Las Vegas Nevada
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