In episode 55 Carlos Balsalobre, Sport Scientist, joins us.
Specifically Carlos will be looking at:
- Available performance testing apps
- Validity and reliability
- Advantages to app use
- A case study
"’I am a sports scientist from the Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain. My main interests are exercise performance, strength training and new technologies. I have a PhD. and two MSc. on High Performance in Sports and i’ve authored several scientific papers on peer-reviewed journals. I’m also an iOS developer, creator of My Jump Lab, a suite of 9 scientifically validated apps to measure performance with hundreds of thousands of downloads all over the world.
I've worked as a consultant in elite sports with NBA teams and elite runners, among others. Finally, i give talks on the topic of exercise performance, strength training and new technologies. I have given several talks in International MSc., Symposiums, Congresses or private events in Spain, France, Italy, UK or the USA. Also, i’m the main author of “Strength Training: New Methodological Perspectives”, the first multi-touch sport-sciences iBook in Spanish."
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