@MillerBode & @SportScienceLab Recovery Plan #MustWatch


Why faster, shorter training sessions miss the “crush factor” and mental preparation – according to Bode Miller. Bode’s training program at SSL with Gavin focused on three components: 1. Fatigue muscles with quick, hard, sharp repetitions 2. Reduce slow stretching of ligaments 3. Maximize the communication between the central nervous system and muscle (And SSL has wicked custom manufactured fitness equipment.) At 36, getting the CNS tuned-up so nerve response is precise is key to trump the effects of aging on sports performance. Try it.  When you’re laying on the floor, out of breath, sweating, beating your fists, and wincing… it’s … Continue reading @MillerBode & @SportScienceLab Recovery Plan #MustWatch

Knowledge @Wharton @Penn The Latest #Innovation: Redesigning the Business Model


How often do you think companies reinvent their business models? Surprisingly, it’s quite rare despite enormous pressures for established firms to grow, create value, stay ahead of competition, avoid disruption, and adapt to ever-changing business conditions. Apart from product or service leaps, can innovation in the way a company conducts business give it a leg up? Research from Wharton management professor Raffi Amit and co-author Christoph Zott, a professor at IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain, suggests that it can. In this Knowledge@Wharton interview, Amit covers the highlights of a research paper titled, “Business Model Innovation: Creating Value in Times of Change.” The … Continue reading Knowledge @Wharton @Penn The Latest #Innovation: Redesigning the Business Model