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Taking the Movement Laboratory Outdoors

The RMCSR has developed technology to move the biomechanics laboratory outdoors. Computational modeling using wearable sensors allows the investigation of new training programs to improve performance and reduce injury risk.

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DU Research Provides Template for Youth Soccer

The University of Denver's Pioneer Performance has developed an approach to training that has powered the most successful non-football athletic department in the country. This training approach is being applied to the young female athletes of the Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club.  

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Soccer Performance and Knee Injury Risk

We collaborated with Drs. Michelle Wolcott, Eric McCarty and Rachel Frank of CU Sports Medicine and the Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club to study injury risk, movement and performance benefits of training.

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