By The Associated Press Beyoncé is one of the world’s most scrutinized pop stars. Now that study is moving to college. The Department of Women’s and Gender Studies at Rutgers University is offering a course called “Politicizing Beyoncé.” Rutgers is the st
Babolat’s “Play Pure Drive” sensor is embedded inside the racquet to record a player’s performance and the data is then synced to an application on a tablet or smartphone. Sony’s Smart Tennis Sensor is one that is attached to a racquet, but also wirelessly syncs to an application. They both function similarly in the data that they collect, which are ball speed, accuracy, angles, spin, type of shots, etc. This gives a player a quick and easy way to accurately look back on a practice session or match. This “virtual tennis coach” could be the key to finding weaknesses that keeps someone from entering the tennis elite, but still depends on the reception these gadgets get in the tennis world. adapted by http://www.
The results are based on about 800 kids. As part of the study, the young teens tracked and reported on their own activity levels, and took physical exams. U.S. fitness guidelines recom1 in 4 young teens meet U.S. mend an hour or more of physiFitness guidelines. How often do cal activity every day. According you exercise? A new study finds to the study, only 1 in 4 U.S. kids that most kids ages | DREAM 12 TEEN - 15 aren’t March - April meet the recommendation.
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