Inside Fatigue Science

Sleep habits of the world’s most elite athletes: Tom Brady

Tom Brady, arguably the best quarterback in the history of the NFL, knows his stuff when it comes to sleep. We couldn’t resist sharing the sleep habits of such an admired athlete.

Wearable technology a game changer in transportation safety

One of our clients, Dan De Palma, of Arrow Transportation Systems, and our CEO Sean Kerklaan, talk with Fleet Owner Magazine about sleep technology in the trucking industry.

Concussions further linked to lasting sleep and fatigue issues

According to the American Academy of Neurology, people who have had a traumatic brain injury (TBI) may still have sleep problems a year and a half after being injured.
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Podcast: 'Sleep In and Win' performance in sport with Ian Dunican

Sports and performance expert Ian Dunican talks to us in detail about using Fatigue Science's FAST Scheduling tool to help Super Rugby teams plan for and manage fatigue.

Jet lag's impact on athlete performance: Part 3

In Part 3, we outline strategies for time-zone shifting and give advice on designing a comprehensive time-zone management plan, including activities to lessen jet lag's effects.

Jet lag's impact on athlete performance: Part 2

In Part 2 of our series, we explore some of the most effective intervention techniques designed and proven to help high performance athletes cope with jet lag.

Jet lag's impact on athlete performance: Part 1

The first of our 3-part series on jet lag and athletic performance introduces the concepts behind jet lag, and our current understanding of its effects on human performance.
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It’s not just physical: The difference between mental and physical fatigue

When we talk about fatigue, we’re talking about reduced alertness, reaction time, and effectiveness; all of which manifest in the form of sub-optimal athletic performance.
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5 areas sleep has the greatest impact on athletic performance

It's become clear that quality and quantity of sleep obtained by elite athletes can be the edge between winning and losing, and as critical as physical conditioning and nutrition.