Monthly Archives: March 2012

A look back at Linsanity (in case you missed it)

Prepared by Young-Bin Cho – Pathways to the Podium Research Assistant. Linsanity. Over the course of two short weeks in February, Jeremy Lin became one of the greatest stories in sports of the past decade. His story took North America … Continue reading

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Expert Advantage Recommended Reads: March 26, 2012

1. “The myth of the skilled basketball player”. If an athlete is able to perform many skills in practice, coaches can be quick to label that player as skilled. However, it is important to make the distinction between motor skills … Continue reading

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Expert Advantage Recommended Reads: March 20, 2012

1. To kick off this week’s Expert Advantage Recommended Reads, this 5 minute clip is worth the watch. A great story proving that it doesn’t take state of the art facilities to achieve success. Thanks to Nick Levett (@nlevett) for … Continue reading

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Expert Advantage Recommended Reads: March 12, 2012

As the Pathways to the Podium Research Team enters thesis and report writing mode, it is becoming increasingly challenging to keep on top of our social media feeds to continue to bring our followers tid-bits of information to assist you, … Continue reading

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