BAMTesting and North Carolina State University complete their College ProDay - Take a look.
BAMTesting's College Pro-Day series continues at UCLA today. For the 3rd consecutive year BAM and the Bruins have set the standard.
With Rivals/Under Armour top 100 completed, BAM is on its way to San Antonio for Trinity University's Summer Football Camp - 7/18
Back in the USA after completing testing for the 4th year at Adidas Eurocamp.(http://www.adidaseurocamp.com/)
For the second year, BAM again also tested the Next Generation showcase of future NBA and overseas players.
BAM is Continually growing the world's most comprehensive database of performance parameters for basketball.
BAMTesting just completed its 7th year of testing at the NBA Rookie Combine.
In addition this year, BAM has added the NBDL showcase for a more complete data analysis.
BAM and ESFACE TEAM UP FOR PRO DAY EVENTS
P.R.O DAY DETAILS (3rd-8th Grade Only): Date: Saturday, March 21st: 9:30AM - 4:30PM
Location: RED MORTON COMMUNITY CENTER (1120 Roosevelt Ave. Redwood City, CA 94061)
9:30 - 11:30: 4th - 7th Grade Girls, 3rd & 4th Grade Boys
11:30 - 12:30: Break
12:30 - 2:30: 5th & 6th Grade Boys
2:30 - 4:30: 7th & 8th Grade Boys
P.R.O DAY DETAILS (High School & Make-up Assessments):
Date: Saturday, March 28th: 9:00AM - 1:00PM
Location: SEQUOIA HIGH SCHOOL (GYM 1) (1201 Brewster Ave, Redwood City, CA 94062)
9:00 - 11:00: High School
11:00 - 1:00 Make Up Assessment (all grades)
Start preparing for your basketball off-season now.
Stay connected to BAM’S big upcoming events:
• PIT (Portsmouth Invitational Tournament)
• College Pro Days
• NBA Rookie Combine
Let BAM help you with our TEAM package – Test like the best!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BASIC ATHLETIC MEASUREMENT TO ADMINISTER THE U.S. ARMY NATIONAL COMBINE
ROCKAWAY, N.J. and SEATTLE, WA (December 18, 2014) – All American Games (AAG) and Basic Athletic Measurement
(BAM), today announced an agreement that BAM will be administrating the U.S. Army National Combine event testing. The
U.S. Army National Combine is the Athletic Testing component for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, which will take place at
San Antonio, TX. The U.S. Army National Combine testing takes place at Alamo Stadium on Friday, January 2nd
testing is the recognized leader in Standardized Athletic Testing, with over 30 years of experience with elite athletes around
the world. BAM’s clients include the NBA, Adidas, and Major College Programs around the country.
As part of this agreement, BAM will provide and certify test results with their proprietary technology that will not only help ID
talent, but benchmark athletes while allowing comparison and categorization. “BAM is deeply committed to providing
athletes, coaches, and sports medicine with meaningful and accurate performance parameters that promote proper physical
development, back to play metrics, and potential talent identifiers”, said Brett Brungardt, founder of BAM. “This unique event
allows us to provide reliable and valid testing to a deserving group of outstanding athletes”.
“”We are thrilled that BAM has joined us and will provide their precise measuring tools at this year’s U.S. Army National
Combine. Their team’s collective expertise and technology has benefitted sports professionals and we look forward to them
bringing this experience to our young athletes at the National Combine,” said All American Games Chairman, Douglas
The U.S. Army National Combine, focuses on measuring speed, strength, quickness, and football skill, while also providing
educational seminars touching on the recruiting process, speed and strength improvement, and leadership. Held annually in
association with the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, the U.S. Army National Combine is the first opportunity for the Nation’s top
underclassmen to demonstrate their physical talent and compete against one another before high school and college
football’s top scouting organizations, including 247Sports and XOS Digital, as well as the U.S. Army All-American Bowl
The U.S. Army National Combine is specifically designed to highlight the football abilities and talents of today’s rising
underclassmen and tomorrow’s high school, college, and NFL stars. U.S. Army National Combine alumni include Jamaal
Charles (Kansas City Chiefs), Percy Harvin (Seattle Seahawks), LeSean McCoy (Philadelphia Eagles), DeMarco
Murray (Dallas Cowboys), and Patrick Peterson (Arizona Cardinals). National sponsors of the U.S. Army National Combine
include: the U.S. Army; adidas; American Family Insurance; Gatorade; Football University; 247Sports; XOS Digital; Xenith;
NCSA; Battle Sports Science; and San Antonio CVB.
For more information on the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and its related events, visit www.usarmyallamericanbowl.com and
visit www.bamtesting.net for additional information on BAM.
Posted on December 3, 2014 by admin
The conversation about this topic is becoming more prevalent, but in the field of physical development (strength and conditioning) it is a foundational element in developing methodology.
Overtraining/overuse syndromes are consequences of mismanaged stressors. In reality most experiences in life are stressors. Sport, training, etc. are no different – the good news is that these stressors can be beneficial. If properly controlled (not always possible in life, but more controllable in sport and activity) this stress allows us to adapt and become stronger.
When discussing safety and overtraining/overuse issues a good place to start would be to look at risk factors. Understanding risk factors and controlling stressors will help improve safety.
Prior injury is a strong predictor of future overuse injury.
Overuse injuries may be more likely to occur during the adolescent growth spurt.
Skeletally immature athletes in a rapid phase of growth are less resistant to tensile, shear, and compressive forces than either mature bone or more immature prepubescent bone.
Decrease in age-adjusted bone mineral density that occurs before peak height velocity.
Other factors that may contribute:
A relative lack of lean tissue mass, an increase in joint hypermobility, and imbalances in growth and strength.
A history of amenorrhea is a signiﬁcant risk factor for stress fractures.
Higher training volumes have consistently been shown to increase the risk of overuse injury in multiple sports.
Other factors that may contribute to overuse injury but lack clinical data include:
Overscheduling, such as multiple competitive events in the same day or over several consecutive days. This factor may be better considered as a marker for a high ratio of work/recovery.
Readiness for participation/development/competition.
Reliable and valid testing conducted at appropriate times can indicate performance issues related to overuse/overtraining issues and help improve methodology.
Next post – A deeper look at these factors.