Technology in sports practice (Part 2)

Device

The age of baseball bat and leather football helmet has long since disappeared. Today, every device for every sport has undergone technological advances.

Baseball bats, hockey sticks and magic bats are designed to maximize strength, movement and comfort. Most notably, sports spectators and protective devices saw a technological reform. Helmets and pads that used to be almost non-existent are being constantly improved based on the latest technology and injury prevention research.

The evolution of football helmets since 1946, by Joan Murphy and Sean Dougherty noted the evolution of plastic football helmets in the 1950s to electronics-fitted helmets with appropriate breathing and cushioning capabilities used in 2010. Current advances are even even allowing medical researchers and individuals to record the impact of visits.

Education program

The sports training program has grown with the advancement in technology. The invention of DVD, internet and mobile devices has made home training more effective. Thanks to technology, many homes are now equipped with compact gyms and rehearsed DVDs.

The famous personal trainer is providing all types of exercise imaginable in the living room around the world. Websites and DVD programs that provide exercise videos, tracking tools, email support, and nutrition plans are taught in person or just reading.

Smart technology applications will drive fitness trends in 2019

In 2019, it is predicted that five gymers do not like to go to the gym anymore but apply online technology to practice at home.

Here are the fitness trends that are expected to attract interest in 2019, according to Healthline.

Practice at home

Physical training is no longer restricted within the gym. Home exercise is expected to become popular during the new year.

You can build a gym right in your own home by using streaming technology. Technology applications allow you to keep track of ongoing classes elsewhere, saving you time and money.