Sports Safety

Interview with Professional Sports Chef: Charlotte Kemp

In this article we are putting aside the thoughts and research of Sports Nutrition and going to someone who actually prepares the daily meals for professional athletes, a chef! Charlotte Kemp was trained in the world of fine dining and Michelin stars but now finds herself preparing meals for professional footballers and educating the next generation. […]

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A Trip to a Nutrition Factory… & Thoughts on Doping Control

I was lucky enough to visit the Reflex Nutrition Science Park with my colleague Rachel Comer this month for what was an eye opening experience. I have to admit that despite many years of working with nutrition products I have never really considered the production process behind them! Only now, having donned the attractive white […]

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i1 Biometrics releases sports mouthguard to track head injuries

By Rawlson King, February 6, 2015 i1 Biometrics announced this week that members of the University of Kansas football team will wear the Vector MouthGuard as the instrument of telemetry to measure the brain’s linear and rotational accelerations from impacts experienced in practices and games in 2015. “We’re continuously looking for the latest technology to better […]

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Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll uses rugby to tackle safety concerns

Julius Thomas of the Denver Broncos is tackled by Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor of Seattle, during Super Bowl XLVIII. Photo: Rob Carr/Getty Images    Posted by Martin Pengelly in New York Saturday 2 August 2014 14.00 BST If it is “common knowledge” that rugby is the father of American football, as some claim, in the US the game […]

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