Science of the Olympic Winter Games 2010 from the National Science Foundation
An interesting new app to investigate anatomy using augmented reality.Its free and here is a YouTube clip with a demo of how it works
Do you need to compare your tennis stroke to an elite athlete or just need some tips on technique for the different tennis strokes? http://tennis.about.com/ has
Photo Study of Roger Federer’s Forehand
Photo Study of Nadal’s backhand
There are sport science resources and activities on the Exploratorium museum of science, art, and human perception website.
The sport science of a curve ball in baseball; Reaction time; How equipment design has impacted sport; The biomechanics of sports; The science of ice hockey, skateboarding, cycling. http://www.exploratorium.edu/explore/sport-science
Motion and Matter (force, power …) http://www.exploratorium.edu/explore/motion-matter
Make a Lung with household items and understand how it works
Interested in reading our paper Reliability and validity of a GPS-enabled iPhone “app” to measure physical activity.
Download fulltext here http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/hzEJY3Gc4wH2GmJKVugh/full
Web-based or iPad based video on a wide variety of science topics by the National Science Foundation
– all FREE.
Including the science of NHL hockey as the medium to explore physics and biomechanics topics
or the science underlying the Olympics
or many other sports science topics