During the past week we’ve discussed a number of great links; on Google+, Twitter, Facebook and so on. Here are a few of my favourites.
- How An Amputee Built The World’s First Functional Prosthetic Finger : The incredible story of former bike mechanic and navy veteran Colin MacDuff. And yes, a far more powerful version is definitely on the way.
- Testosterone Levels in Forager-Farmer Societies : Benjamin C. Trumble and colleagues are currently exploring the changing testosterone levels in forager-farmer societies such as the Tsimane. Very interesting research.
- Post-Run Ice Baths Effective in Increasing Strength or Reducing Soreness? : Ice Baths are certainly an acquired taste. The question is, do they help at all? Perhaps not.
- Eye-Tracking Technology and Training Athletes : University College Dublin is looking at some fascinating ways to incorporate eye tracking technologies into the training of athletes. This video explains the general idea :
We also talked about possible gender differences in interval training, physical transformations and a whole lot more. Join the discussion in the Straight to the Bar Community on Google+.