Today we are joined by Stanford University’s, and Strong By Science’s Max Schmarzo to discuss the world of applied sports science. Max starts out by sharing with us what his role is at Stanford, and how he got there. Next, he gives a step by step walk through on the process off how they develop the protocols they implement with the student athlete’s they work with and the collaborative effort it is across multiple disciplines within the department drives the questions that they are attempting to help answer. We then get into the role of education, collaboration across lines, and how teaching and learning from other performance based professions is important to what they’re trying to build in Palo Alto. We finish out talking about SBS, how its inception came about, it’s role, and what he’s trying to accomplish with it. Make sure him give him a follow at: @Strong_By_Science, strongbyscience.net
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