In 2017, The Economist boldly published that data, not oil, was the world’s most valuable resource (Parkins, 2017). Sport organizations produce more data than most organizations, ranging from athlete training and performance tracking to business-related information, such as memberships and participation data (Hayduk, 2020). National and provincial/territorial sport organizations (NSOs and PTSOs) are producing and collecting data on many aspects of their operations, but often underusing these longitudinal data sets. These organizations also face extremely complex decision-making environments, with member […]
If you walk with your spouse or partner for exercise, you might want to speed up. Or tell them to. A new study that examined the walking times and gait speeds of 72 couples showed that couples often decreased their speed when walking together. To maximize health benefits, experts encourage couples to walk together at a brisk pace.More Knowledge Nuggets
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