When you believe in reinventing what’s humanly possible, you need the right information from tools that are proven to work. Not in the laboratory, but out in the real world.

Discover the possibilities and outcomes of performance monitoring in these stories about athletes, coaches, firefighters, rescue workers, researchers, and others.

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Is Data the New Competitive Advantage in Baseball?

MLB practice games just got a lot more interesting now that players can use bat sensors and heart monitors. Zephyr™ wearable technology changes the game for how players train, recover, and perform on the field.

Baseball Enters a New Era.

Keeping athletes healthy is a top priority, but how to do it is the challenge. Now players and coaches can use a new tool — wearable technology — which received a thumbs up from the MLB rules committee. Discover how Zephyr™ monitors can influence post-game recovery routines.

Metrics on the Slopes.

Pro free skier Forrest Jillson hits eight Gs and burns 2,900 calories! But there’s more to the story, and Zephyr™ technology supplies the details. Find out why researchers are excited about the results.

The Pirates Get on Board with Analytics.

Spring training isn’t what it used to be. Technology is “batter up” when it comes to injury prevention. Learn how the Pirates use Zephyr™ technology and why the reporter calls it “the sport’s greatest big data tool...”

Coaching by the Numbers.

For the Maryland Terrapins, science and basketball go hand in hand. Zephyr™ technology measures each player’s heart rate and G-force, giving the coach the data he needs to adjust training plans and prevent injuries.

Vital Stats Assist Strengthening Regimen.

Go Pittsburgh Pirates, Organization of the Year in 2015! Analytics play a part in keeping players healthy. Read about pitcher Gerrit Cole and his use of Zephyr™ technology to monitor fatigue.

Cutting-Edge Technology Backs UGA’s Sports Medicine and Training Operation.

Half of the Georgia Bulldogs participate in an experiment that merges global position and medical monitoring capabilities. Discover why trainer Ron Courson relies on Zephyr™ technology to collect player stats.

Wireless Monitoring Simplifies Training Decisions.

To develop iron men, follow the lead of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Former backstop Russell Martin depends on Zephyr™ technology to record his movements, vital signs and more to help keep him in the best shape of his life.

Get a Front Seat View of the Race.

Zoom, zoom. At the Subaru TT Challenge on the Isle of Man, the team set a new lap record. See the car and driver in action and hear about the “eye-opening” results charted by Zephyr™ monitoring tools.

On the Court with Coach Izzo.

Stressed-out coaches? Part of the game. But too much stress can lead to health issues. Watch as basketball coach Tom Izzo is wired up with a Zephyr™ monitor, and Dr. Oz comments on the results.

How to Decrease Injuries? Gather the Right Data.

Push players too hard and they get injured. Coaches need to know each athlete’s limits. And for this, they need the right monitoring technology. Discover how college soccer and NHL coaches use Zephyr™ technology.

Live Data Feed Helps Sailors On and Off the Water.

Power and endurance. That sums up the America’s Cup. To keep the crew in tip-top condition, the head trainer of the Oracle team relies on biometrics. See the sailors — and Zephyr™ technology — in action.

Lowlanders Become Highlanders in a Cardiovascular Risk Study.

Believe it or not, there isn’t a lot of information about the effects of high altitude on lowlanders. So a group of researchers conducted a study using heart rate variability data captured by Zephyr™ monitoring tools. Review the findings.

What to Wear When You’re Racing a 72-Foot Catamaran.

If you’re in the America’s Cup, you dress for battle. For the Oracle crew, this means the right clothing, gear, and physiological data. See a fully outfitted sailor whose basics include a Zephyr™ compression shirt and sensor.

Wearable Monitoring Advances Digital Health.

A chief of cardiovascular medicine has a lot to say about the benefits of wearable technology. She appears on CNN for a show-and-tell, which includes Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN’s chief medical correspondent. Guess what he’s wearing? A Zephyr™ sensor.

Remote Vital Sign Monitoring of Trapped Miners

The successful extraction of 33 miners trapped 2,000 feet underground for weeks is no small feat. Prior to the rescue, onsite physicians monitor the miners and make rest, work, and exercise decisions based on the physiological stats.