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Sparta News
July 25, 2017
Tech company uses data from jumps to predict injuries
Via Associated Press: MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) — The epiphany hit Phil Wagner about a decade ago when he was stuck in Southern California traffic pouring over reams of data in his car and he realized how he could take information about how…
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April 1, 2017
How This Founder is Creating ‘Moneyball’ for Injuries
Via Inc.: Phil Wagner is a man who believes in controlling his physiological responses, not letting them control him. Each night, he uses a technique called coherence training to harmonize his heart rate and breathing to maximize the restorative delta sleep phase.…
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March 2, 2017
The future of the NFL combine: How virtual reality and other new tech can change scouting
Via Sports Illustrated: Every year legions of NFL prospects dedicate their winter months to training for the combine. Every year NFL coaches, execs and pundits grumble about the applicability of the combine’s drills to the players’ future pursuits. (This is Bill Belichick, in…
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February 2, 2017
Maryland Basketball Partners With Sparta Science
Via Maryland Athletics: Through the partnership, Maryland Basketball is using the state-of-the-art Sparta platform to gain meaningful insight on how to improve student-athlete performance and reduce player injury risk. With Sparta, Maryland’s program can monitor force readiness and player health and maximize athlete…
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January 26, 2017
Next Wave of MoneyBall: Sparta Science
Via Medium: Over the past decade, the sports industry has become infatuated with statistics and analytics. Much of these efforts focused on fielding the best collective team. A notable employer of these methods is Theo Epstein, the brilliant architect behind the Chicago…
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April 27, 2016
Data From Legs Aims To Aid Pitchers’ Arms
Via Baseball America: The quality of pitching in Major League Baseball has never been better. From the major leagues down to the lowest levels of Rookie ball in the minors, pitchers are developing velocity at unprecedented levels and strikeout rates continue to reach…
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April 27, 2016
Wake Forest Men’s Basketball Extends Contract with Sparta
Via Wake Forest Sports: WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Sparta Software Corporation recently extended its partnership with Wake Forest Men’s Basketball for the 2016-17 season. Leaders in the sports performance field, Sparta’s renewal rate continues to be driven by developing highly valued relationships. Wake Forest signed…
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March 8, 2016
Earthquakes Announce Partnership with Sparta Science
“It is important that our players are healthy and playing their best to give us the opportunity to win. Sparta’s platform helps our staff to put us in a position to be successful which is very important to our…
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June 24, 2015
PODCAST: IGCT Episode #109: Dr. Phil Wagner “This is Sparta”
Via Iron Game Chalk Talk: Dr. Phil Wagner, founded Sparta Performance in the Silicon Valley (est. 2008) and subsequently a technology corporation, Sparta Software Corporation (est (2012), from a passion for advancing the science of athletic performance and injury prevention. Prior to Sparta, Wagner played…
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April 8, 2014
Sparta Software, Corp. and Jaguars announce partnership
“We are using the Sparta software to validate our training means and methods.” Tom Myslinski Head Strength and Conditioning Coach  Sparta Software Corporation is proud to partner with the Jacksonville Jaguars and help the team in its continued pursuit of…
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February 26, 2014
Falcons Getting More Technical with Training
Via ESPN: The Atlanta Falcons are looking at every minor detail to help improve themselves for next season. On Wednesday, the team announced a partnership with Sparta Software, Corp. to develop an enhanced athletic performance program. “We feel that partnering with Dr.…
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January 3, 2013
Partnership Puts Rox at Forefront of Training Science
Via Colorado Rockies: DENVER — When the Rockies arrive in Scottsdale, Ariz., for Spring Training, they’ll see what look like several doormats in their spacious and modern exercise room. Well, they’re much more. They’re state-of-the-art tools that the Rockies hope will help them…
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