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321 Contact October 1982 NEW USES FOR COMPUTERSSports researchers are using computers to help all kinds of athletes improve their performance.NEW USES FOR COMPUTERSPublication in Media
3D conference July 1993 LENGTH NORMALIZATION FOR RIGID BODY MOVEMENTThe segment constraint algorithm corrects the motion data such that the length of each segment is nearly equal to the segments mean length over the original motion data.Gideon ArielScientific Publication
3D conference July 1993 MODIFIED SEGMENT LENGTH NORMALIZATIONAriel et al. (1993) developed a segment length normalization algorithm (SLN) for an open linkage system Gideon ArielScientific Publication
A+ August 1984 Go for the GoldPioneers of a new science in sports analysis-biomechanics-are asking this question. Apple II computers arc helping to answer it.DAVID F. BARRYPublication in Media
Americal Medical News August 1977 MD aims to improve nation's health using Olympic ahtletes as 'walking fitness labs'Vascular surgeon Dardik and computer scientist Ariel are collaborating at the Squaw Valley Sports Medicine Center MD Publication in Media
American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians November 1991 Functional Capacity Assessment ApplicationsFUNCTIONAL CAPACITY ASSESSMENT APPLICATIONS by Gideon B. Ariel, Ph.D.Gideon ArielScientific Publication
American Health May 1982 Atari Brain Weds Nautilus MuscleEver see a muscle machine so addicting that it kept a 52-year-old woman tugging for five hours without a breakStephen KieslihngPublication in Media
American Medical News August 1977 MD Aims to imppove nation's health using Olympic athletes as 'walking fitness labs'The birth of the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado SpringRoy PettyPublication in Media
American Way November 1982 Coached By ComputerThe computer coach was Gideon Ariel, the ebullient, 43-year-old president of Computerized Biomechanical Analysis, Coached By ComputerPublication in Media
Amherst Record November 1976 Sports Stars, Media visit Rte. 9 ShopIf you've ever wondered what in the world goes on inside the Route 9 storefront intriguingly labeled Computerized Biomechanical AnalysiARPublication in Media
Amhert Record September 1974 Computer age bits sportsSpalding has already changed the design of their golf clubs," said Ariel. "They had a machine that was supposed to reproduce the golf swing, and they designed their clubs using that as a basis. We found that the machine really didn't simulate the swing at all."Bill BallouPublication in Media
ARC November 1979 L'ordinateur et le sorps humainC'est une place de plus en plus importante qu'occupe l'informatique depuis vingt ans.Francoise Avon-CoffrantPublication in Media
Ariel Dynamics Inc.-Wilson January 1979 Ariel Dynamics Brochure with WilsonIf the next three pages don't convince you that the Ariel Computerized Exercise System is far superior to Cybex and Kin Com, I want to know why.Wilson Sporting GoodsPublication in Media
Ariel Dynamics, Inc 1976 January 1976 The Computerized Exercise Machine in 1976, Amherst, Mass.This is the original machine that so many tried to copy and totally failed.Gideon ArielProducts and Services
Ariel Human Performance Center May 1980 The most advance performance center of the 80'sIn a quantum leap, Ariel Human Performacne Centers take exercise and sports medicine from the "Iron Age" into the "Computer Age".Ariel CenterProducts and Services
Ariel System Brochure January 1988 Ariel ProductsBrochure from 1988Ariel ProductsProducts and Services
AST Channel Report November 1989 AST And Ariel Dynamics Go Out Of This Worldworld's most sophisticated analysis systems-the Ariel Performance Analysis and Computerized Exercise Systems.ASTPublication in Media
Athletic Journal March 1974 Computerized Biomechanical AnalysisComputerized Biomechanical Analysis of Human PerformanceGideon ArielScientific Publication
Bicycling July 1976 Future Think - The Wizard and His Magical MachinesGideon Ariel Puts the Computer to the Service of SportKent K. GordisPublication in Media
BIOMECHANICS IN SPORTS June 1987 The Ariel Computerized Exercise System (CES)Ariel CES is the only system available that automatically monitors, controls, and modifies resistance and velocity while the person is exercisingGideon ArielScientific Publication
Biomechanics IV March 1974 Biomechanical Analysis of the Knee Joiint during Deep Knee Bends with Heavy LoadKinetic Analysis of knee bend with heavy loadsGideon ArielScientific Publication
Biomechanics of Sports and Kinanthropometry March 1976 Computerizede Dynamic Resistive ExerciseThe first idea and the bases for Computerized Exercise EquipmentGideon ArielScientific Publication
Biomechanics V-B March 1975 Biomechanics of Athletic Shoe DesignNew innovation in designing athletic shoesG. B. ArielScientific Publication
BMX Action June 1985 The Huffy ProjectUsing the computer, Dr. Ariel and his assistants figured out an aceleration curve for Stu's first three pedals out of the gate. The Huffy ProjectPublication in Media
Body In Motion October 1983 Coaching Olympians by omputerCoto Center is the most technologically sophisticated facility anywhere for improving human physical performance by scientific analysisPat WalkerPublication in Media
California Health Review July 1983 Computerized Exercise SystemAdvertisement from Ariel Dynamics Inc.CBAPublication in Media
Canadian Footwear Journal August 1978 Computerized FootwearHow one man's mind is thrusting athletic footwear into areas which border on science fiction, but which are based on science fact.Computerized FootwearPublication in Media
Canyon Life August 2004 Analyzing Olympic Success in TthensCoto De Caza Resident Gideon Ariel is the keynote speaker at the Scientific Congress in AthensLeo JuarezPublication in Media
CBA Inc. June 1968 Computerized Biomechanical Analysis Inc.The first Company in the World to provide biomechanical analysis to Industry and Sports.Nancy CohenProducts and Services
Clinics in Sports Medicine March 1983 Resistive TrainingOlympic Sports MedicineGideon ArielPublication in Media
Clinics in Sports Medicine March 1983 Resistive TrainingThe relationship between resistance exercises and muscle strengthGideon B. Ariel, PhDScientific Publication
Coaching February 1984 Muscles by MicroThe Computerized Exercise Machine has added a sophisticated dimension to strengthReginald D. GatesPublication in Media
Collection of articles book 1 January 1980 Gideon Ariel and his Magic Machine - Book 1Selected Reprints from National Publication Book 1Gideon Ariel and his Magic MachineGeneral Interest
colorado springs Sun July 1978 Ariel: No Miracles, No brag, Just factsDr. Gideon Ariel is not a miracle worker and that is that. C.W. NeviusPublication in Media
Colorado springs SUN sports July 1978 Ariel: No miraclesDr. Gideon Ariel is not a miracle worker and that is thatC.W. NeviusPublication in Media
Computer Business News June 1979 Data General ExhibitThe Data General exhibit has an athletic theme centering on the upcoming OlympicsCBNPublication in Media
Computer Graphics World March 1989 Computers Capture Moments of MotionCreative users tap motion analysisBob CrambliifPublication in Media
Computerized Biomechanical Analysis Inc. December 1976 Biomechanical Analysis of the Personalized VehicleProject AMF-V1-1176Gideon ArielScientific Publication
Computerized Biomechanical Analysis Inc. March 1976 The Effect of Dynamic Variable Resistance (DVR) on Muscular StrenghtThe first concept of Variable Resistance Exercise Machines introduced by Dr. Gideon ArielGideon ArielScientific Publication
Coto Research Center January 1980 Science serving sports, industry, medicine and human performanceGideon Ariel has been a leading figure in taking the great raw minds of computers and bringing them to bear on movement. In so doing, Gideon ArielGeneral Interest
Coto Research Center Brochure February 1979 Coto Research CenterScience serving sports, industry, and iuman performanceCoto ResearchPublication in Media
Daily Hampshire Gazette August 1978 Computer helps design shoe that walks on airThe invention of Air Shoes, 1976. Before Nike even thought about this conceptMilton ColePublication in Media
Daily Hampshire Gazette August 1978 Walking on AirThe invention of Air ShoeMilton ColeProducts and Services
Daily Hampshire Gazette December 1978 Olympians Hunting for a Couple of feet in AmherstThey are hoping they found the 24 inches in Amherst during the weekend. Milton ColePublication in Media
Daily Hampshire Gazette April 1976 So says computerGIDEON ARIEL follows the blomechanics of walking through his computer systems In Amherst to help show that our shoes are bad for us.MILTON COLEPublication in Media
Data General July 1979 How could a computer enhance your performance?The APAS system at Data GeneralWilliam SmithPublication in Media
Defence and Civil Institute January 1985 Validity of the ACESMeasurement Reproducibility and Validity of the ACESI. Jocobs&J.PopeScientific Publication
DELTA AIR LINES INFLIGHT MAGAZINE July 1982 Sports: At Coto Research CenterAt Coto Research Center, $3 million worth of computer technology helps athletes improve abilities. Sports: At Coto Research CenterPublication in Media
Design News February 1988 HOW TECHNOLOGY TUNES OUR OLYMPIANSTechnology could turn out to be the unsung hero of the Winter GamesBarbara DarrowPublication in Media
Detroit News November 1979 Computers used in coachingCOMPUTERS SHOW us the most effective way to put the shot is to use a short glide, across the ring and a long arm strokeEARL GUSTKEYPublication in Media
Detroit News August 1977 Biomechanics: Computer Theories Work for EveryoneDr. Gideon Ariel, the 38-year-old former Olympic performer who is touching off a sports revolutionJIM BENAPublication in Media
Detroit News August 1977 Ariel's Computers Lead Way for Revolution in Sportsmake the judgment with the naked eye. But this is just the beginning for Ariel and his team, who will study almost every Olympic candidate who attends training camps between now and the 1980 GamesDNPublication in Media
Detroit News June 1977 Arlel -Sells Sports RevolutionBiomechanics in SportsDNPublication in Media
Discover February 1981 A Laboratory For JocksTennis Professor Vic Braden wires athletes and their playing fields to improve performanceBruce SchechterPublication in Media
Discover December 1982 No Fault Tennis CallsNew technology shows that linesmen, not players, are usually rightKevin McKeanPublication in Media
Discover February 1981 BIOMECHANICS: A LABORATORY FOR JOCKSGideon Ariel wires athletes and their playing fields to improve performanceBRUCE SCHECHTERPublication in Media
Discover The Newsmagazine of Science February 1981 A Laboratory for JocksGideon Ariel Wires Athletes and their playing fields to improve performanceBruce SchechterPublication in Media
Dissertation Abstracts International February 1973 The Effect of Anabolic Steroid (Methandrostenolone) Upon the Voluntary Force of Skeletal MuscleFirst Anabolic Steroid study conducted wit Olympic Athletes (Steroids were legal at that time)Gideon ArielScientific Publication
Doily Hampshire Gazette July 1976 U.S. Needs National Effort to win in 1980To the rest of the world. says Gideon. it means a lot to compete and win the goldMILTON COLEPublication in Media
Dtat Manager April 1979 Come Battere Un Record Alle Olimpiadi di Mosca"Scienziato" dello sport oltre che di calcolatori, Gideon Ariel ha messo a punto un programma per correggere gli errori e massimizzare le perstazioni dei campioni del mondoCharles P. LechtPublication in Media
Enter July 1984 A COMPUTER-AGE DOCTOR TURNSATHLETES INTO WINNERSGideon Ariel is using computer technology to analyze athletes in actionK E N W I L S O NPublication in Media
ERGONOMICS April 1969 The Effect of Knee-Joint Angle on Harvard Step-TestThe purpose of this study was to determine whether the angle of the knee joint has an effect on the Fitness Index Scores of the HST. G. ARIELScientific Publication
Esquire July 1976 Esquire's Olympic PreviewHow To Know A Perfect Performance When You See OneGerald AstorPublication in Media
Esquire Magazine July 1976 How To Know A Perfect Performance When You See OneIn Sports, perfection rests upon the most efficient application of muscle force to segments of the bodyGerald AstorPublication in Media
Exercise in Space August 1993 The ACES in SpaceThe Ariel Computerized Exercise System in SpaceGideon Arielphotographs
Express July 1981 No Winning Through Witchcraft HereThe highly sophisticated Coto Research Center reflects Dr. Gideon Ariel's lifelong fascination with the science of athletic performancePamela KingPublication in Media
Extra December 1979 Athletes Turn to ScienceBecause of Dr. Gideon Ariel, athletes and athletics will never be the sameKay CassillPublication in Media
Family Computing August 1984 Getting as Fit as an OlympianEven weekend athletes can take advantage of the new sports technologyMindy Pantiel and Becky PetersenPublication in Media
Flight Time - Continental Airlines July 1976 Trends and Trendsetters - Programming PerformanceHave you heard about the four-way Ford, or eating ruffage, or perfecting performance by computers? People are talking about them.UnknownPublication in Media
Footwear January 1982 Gideon Ariel Reigns Over Biomechanical Xanadusports-related companies to design, research and test new productsRichard LeivenbergPublication in Media
Forensic Biomechanics Inc.'s April 1987 APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTERIZED BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS TO THE MEDICAL-LEGAL MARKETPLACEForensic Biomechanics Inc.'s (FBI) mission is to serve the medical, legal and insurance industries. FBI Inc.Products and Services
Forum International October 1979 Les mouvements du corps analyses par ordinateurIl y a encore une quinzaine dannees, le talent etait suffisant pour remorter une competition sportiveJean Michael AntoinePublication in Media
Future Golf…Today January 1980 How to become a golfing gold medalistNo more guess-work golfAcom Sports, Inc.Publication in Media
Gentry February 1984 THE SPORTING LIFEDynamic duo Vic Braden and Gideon ArielHoward HandyPublication in Media
Gideon Ariel Press Book October 1979 Data General EuropePress Book-Trip to EuropeData General CorporationPublication in Media
Golf Analysis by LPG April 2002 Golf Analysis The effect of the LPG technology on Golf performanceGolf Analysis Golf
Golf Illustrated July 1989 Future golf...todayAnything you can do, this sports scientist will help you do betterGIGolf
Golf Magazine October 1978 The Perfect SwingUsing advanced computer technology, Gideon Ariel has proved what we've known all along: The perfect swing is different for each of usThe Perfect SwingPublication in Media
Hadshot L.A. - Hebrew February 1989 Medal with YamakaWInning medals with the Ariel Technology in IsraelDan ShakedPublication in Media
Hartford Courant November 1979 Computer Expert Aims to Put Athletes Into Winner's CircleAriel condenses a stack of computer printouts into a brief analysis that suggests the boy's best chance of sports successL.A. Times ServicePublication in Media
Holyoke Transcript November 1976 Rotarians Learn Benefits Of Biomechanical Analysisperformance to be evaluated via what is called Biomechanical analysis.HTPublication in Media
Holyoke Transcript September 1974 Computerized Biochemical Analysisscience serving industry, sports and human performance, was unveiled to a large group of area businessmen at its laboratories at 316 College St., AmherstHTPublication in Media
IEEE Spectrum July 1980 Electronics aids the athleteBiomechanical systems are useful in human factors engineering, and in the design of sports equipment and prosthetic devicesJoel FagenbaumPublication in Media
In Cider-Apple Magazine April 1984 Olympic Coaching by ComputerWith the advent of personal computers, we can now emulate the equipment that cost us $2million to assemble in our laboratory for a total cost of under $15,000," says Ariel.Ken SheldonPublication in Media
InfoWorld June 1983 High-tech workout aids athletes and convalescentsimagine a computerized exercise machine that uses a micro to "maximize" your weight-training workouts?Tom SheaPublication in Media
International Coaches Association August 2004 The Biomechanical WizardAthens Olympic CongressGideon ArielScientific Publication
International Coaches Association August 2004 Great Technological Advance at the Olympic GamesHigh Technology used in the Olympic GamesGideon ArielScientific Publication
International Coaches Association August 2004 Biomechanical Analysis of the Shot-Put at the 2004 OlympicsThe only biomechanical analysis performed in the Athens Olympic GamesGideon ArielScientific Publication
ISB July 1993 PHOTOGRAMMETRIC TRANSFORMATION WITH PANNINGThe purpose of this paper is to present a technique called physical parameter transformation (PPT) Gideon ArielScientific Publication
ISB July 1993 ERROR REDUCTION IN KINEMATIC DATA THROUGH SEGMENT LENGTH NORMALIZATIONThe purpose of this study was to develop a simplified data processing technique which uses the invariance of segment length to reduce measurement error. ls.Gideon ArielScientific Publication
ISB July 1993 LONG JUMP TECHNIQUE: POWER OR SPEED?Comparative analysis of the variations of the center of mass (CM) velocities during the last running strides of the of two athletes who achieved the longest official jumps in history: Mike Powell (8.95m World Record) and Carl Lewis (8.91m).Gideon ArielScientific Publication
ISBS June 1993 PORTABLE MOVEMENT ANALYSIS SYSTEMhe advent of the portable battery-powered computers and improved video processing technology made possible the Portable Movement Analysis System for field or non-laboratory settings. Gideon ArielScientific Publication
ISBS June 1993 BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF THE WORLD RECORD LONG JUMPThe purpose of this study is to analyze Mike Powell's world record long jump (8.95m) using a video based movement analysis system.Gideon ArielScientific Publication
ISBS June 1993 BIOMECHANICAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES OF A. AGASSI'S FIRST AND SECOND SERVESThe purpose of this study was to perform three-dimensional analysis of the instrumentally recorded elements of Andre Agassi's Gideon ArielScientific Publication
ISBS Proceedings August 2005 Biomechanical Analysis of the Shot-Put event at the 2004 Athens Olympic GamesThe only Biomechanical Analysis that was performed at the Athens Olympic Games 2004 Gideon ArielScientific Publication
iSport December 1984 Computer-Built ChampionsThe extraordinary story of the American women's volleyball teamIsportPublication in Media
Journal of Medical Systems, Vol. 20, No. 6, 1996 October 1996 A Comparison of Kinematic Recording InstrumentsKinematics, the study of motion, is employed in numerous biomechanics and human performance investigations. A Comparison of Kinematic Recording InstrumentsScientific Publication
Le Parisien Libere October 1979 Les Dieux Du Stare Seront Programm Par OrdinateurLa Science Fiction Fait Son Entrée Dans Le SportFranch MagazinePublication in Media
Leistungssport January 1973 Die Biomechanische Mit ComputersDie Biomechanische Bewegungsanalyse mit Hife des ComputersGideon ArielScientific Publication
L'equipe October 1979 L'ordinateur au service du sportLe docteur Ariel, ancien athlete, a participe au sein de l'equipeA.L.Publication in Media
Los Angeles Times Magazine March 1989 The Athlete of the FutureHow Science is Engineering the Next Generation of Sports SuperstarsPatricia LoverockPublication in Media
M July 1992 Driver's EdPractically every U.S. Open champ and his dog has starred in a " golf my way" videoDAVID OWENGolf
Maariv December 1978 Israeli Tank Worth 23-24 Meters in ShotputtingHis Israeli record was not broken until todayAlex DoronPublication in Media
Machine Design April 1987 Exercise Equipment Joins the Computer AgeComputerized Fitness equipment provides a better workout and more information on performanceStephanie MuraskiPublication in Media
Mechanics and Sports January 1972 Computerized Biomechanical Analysis of Human PerformanceA kinetic analysis of human motion, one of the greatest advances in the field of biomechanics, has been expanded by the computer-digitizer complex which allows analysis of total body motionGideon ArielScientific Publication
Medical Devices in Instrumentation April 2006 Biomechanics of Exercise FitnessScientifc Bases for Fitness and Exercise EquipmentGideon ArielScientific Publication
MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS May 1972 The effect of anabolic steroids on reflex componentsFirst study on Anabolic Steroids using Olympic Athletes.Gideon ArielScientific Publication
MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS May 2004 Prolonged effects of anabolic steroidThe purpose of this study was to inveestigate the prolonged effect of an anabolic steroid (methandrostenolone) following cessation of drug administration and a 15 week detraining period.Gideon ArielScientific Publication
MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS July 1974 Prolonged effects of anabolic steroid upon muscular contractile forceResearchers have ignored the possibility of latent behavior of these drugs. The purpose of this study was to inveestigate the prolonged effect of an anabolic steroidGideon ArielScientific Publication
MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS May 1972 Anabolic steroids: the physiological effects of placebosThis study is one of three in an investigation of the short and long term effects of an anabolic steroid (Dianabol) upon human performanceGideon ArielScientific Publication
Medicine and Science in Sports May 1972 The effect of anabolic steroids on reflex components Gideon ArielScientific Publication
Modern Health Journal April 1991 Improving Golfing PerformanceWant to improve your golf game? Biomechanics can show you howE. James GreenwaldPublication in Media
Modern Horse Breeding January 1991 Major Motion PicturesGait Analysis Coming into Focus as Performance Predictor and Diagnostic toolHilary ClaytonPublication in Media
Modern Millionaire Magazine May 1985 SPORTS SCIENCEscience of sports and biomechanics is produced, packaged and perfectedSuzanne TuckerPublication in Media
Muscle and Fitness August 1993 Can Computers Build Muscles ?scientific approach to physical trainingPaul WordPublication in Media
Muscle Digest April 1980 Dr. Gideon Ariel Working Toward the perfect MachineEqupment DesignerDr. Gideon Ariel Working Toward the perfect MachinePublication in Media
National Fitness Trade Journal October 1984 From the EditorPresident Reagan grace the cover of the Journal this issue! , the President "worked out" on the famed Ariel RTEFrom the EditorPublication in Media
National Fitness Trade Journal December 1983 The Future Of Exercise equipmentThe U.S. Womens Volleyball Team has been working with the Ariel RTE for almost four years. Micheal YessisPublication in Media
National Geographic World December 1983 Computer Picture ShowBy studying moving images from different angles, engineers can predict what machines in motion will doNGPublication in Media
Neural Control of Locomotion April 1976 A KINETIC ANALYSIS OF THE TROT IN CATSThe forces exerted by the intact cat during the trot were analyzedGideon Ariel and Ruth MaulucciScientific Publication
Neural Control of Locomotion October 1975 A KINETIC ANALYSIS OF THE TROT IN CATSThe biomechanics of locomotion in cats was investigatedGideon Ariel and Ruth MaulucciScientific Publication
New England Sports Guide July 1976 Can the Computer Create Superstars?Probably not, but a UMASS specialist in biomechanical analysis is doing some far out things to helpCan the Computer Create Superstars?Publication in Media
New Scientist July 1980 Can computers win gold medals?Computer_ technology allows us to analyse athletic performance in more detail than everNSPublication in Media
New York Times December 1978 computers Viewed As Aid to AthletesGideon Ariel, director of research for the United-StVes Olympic Committee, believes computers can help turn a new generation of Olympic-bound athletes into gold medalistsHSPublication in Media
Northwest-Orient Passages January 1982 Anatomy of a MotionComputer programmer Gideon Ariel's digitalizing screen shows athletes how to shatter world recordsPaul BernsteinPublication in Media
OBJECTIVITY THROUGH MOTION ANALYSIS April 1985 OBJECTIVITY THROUGH MOTION ANALYSISUnited States Forensics is positioned to be the largest provider of computerized biomechanical analysis of motion in the medical/legal marketplace.OBJECTIVITY THROUGH MOTION ANALYSISProducts and Services
Olam Haisha April 1984 The Israeli MagicianUsing Biomechanics to make World RecordsOren PniniPublication in Media
Olympic Review May 1980 Biomechanics in the service of athletesThe American delegation has acquired a highly perfected data processing plant designed to improve the performance of ahtletes during training.Françoise CoffrantPublication in Media
Omni July 1980 WinnersSports' emerging heroes reach pinnacles of power through scienceSusan MazurPublication in Media
Omni August 1985 Ultra SportsOut of the lab and into the stadium of Ultra SportsMark Teich and Pamela WeintraubPublication in Media
Orange Coast August 1985 The Acrobatics of Human MotionAll the difference in the world is what Gideon Ariel hopes to accomplishCarole JacobsPublication in Media
People Magazine September 1979 Computer whiz Gideon Ariel can help you do betterAn angel of God appeared to a young Isaelite named Gideon.Judy KesslerPublication in Media
Phanout Box for CES January 1976 ADI FanBox circuits for CESElectronic Diagrams of the CES Phanout box Jeremy WiseDiagrams
Photograph November 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games 1964Gideon Ariel, carry the Israeli Flag in the Tokyo Olympics 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games 1964photographs
Physical Education February 1978 Gideon Ariel and his Magic MachineThe amazing system of Gideon ArielKeny MoorPublication in Media
Polo May 1985 The High-Tech SwingPOLO !Magazine sets out to unlock the mysterv, of 10-goal strokeswing state-of-the-art technologyAmi SkinilPublication in Media
Popuar Mechanics May 1976 Can an exotic new racket improve your game?Biomechanical analysis of Tennis racketsRobin NelsonPublication in Media
Popular Mechanics December 1981 ElectronicsWhips you into shapeUnknownPublication in Media
Popular Mechanics October 1979 Computer goes for the goldA high-speed film is used (up to 10,000 frames per second) to capture the athlete's effortsPMPublication in Media
Popular Science January 1982 Biomechanics - how computers extend ahtletic performance to the body's far limitsNow man and machine join on the sports field to boost phsyical outputDaniel RubyPublication in Media
Prdennais/Charleville October 1979 La biomecanique: mieux que les anabolisants !Article in FrenchFrench MagazinePublication in Media
PSA May 1982 COTO RESEARCH CENTER: ATHLETICS GOES DIGITALWhat is happening here, in essence, is that the scientific tools of biomechanics and computer technology are being applied to human and animalSteve BisheffPublication in Media
PSA Magazine May 1982 COTO RESEARCH CENTER: ATHLETICS GOES DIGITALWhat is happening here, in essence, is that the scientific tools of biomechanics and computer technology are being applied to human and animalPSAPublication in Media
QUEST January 1974 Physical Education: 2001?"We should all be concerned about the future because we will have to spend the rest of our lives there."Gideon ArielScientific Publication
Quotidien Du Medecin October 1979 Un Ordinateur PourL'entrainement des sportifsFranqoise BlochPublication in Media
San Diego Daily Transcript July 1992   Kathy DayPublication in Media
Scholastic Coach January 1983 The Man Behind The Computer of the U.S. Olympic Sports Medicine CommitteePerson To PersonUnknownPublication in Media
Scholastic Coach August 1983 High Tech in SportsHow Biomechanical Research Can Optimize Athletic PerformanceGideon ArielPublication in Media
Scholastic Coach February 1983 Gideon Ariel, The Guru of Computerized Biomechanical AnalysisThe Master of Biomechanics in ActionSCPublication in Media
Scholastic Coach January 1983 The Man Behind the Computer of the U.S. Olympic Sports Medicine CommitteeGideon Ariel, The guru of computer science, tells us what he's doing with our athletesSCPublication in Media
Scholastic Coach October 1983 MUSCULAR & NEURAL CONTROL IN SPORTWHEN athletes mention their physical goals, they're usually content to say that they would like to do their best-incorporate their maximum speedGideon ArielScientific Publication
Scholastic Coach August 1983 HIGH TECH IN SPORTS Complete Application to Sports AnalysisHow Biomechanical Research Can Optimize Athletic PerformanceGideon ArielScientific Publication
Scholastic Coach September 1983 Biotechnology in TrainingBiotechnology utilizes computer science, physiology, biocybernetics, biomechanics, and neuroscience in the field of sports scienceGideon ArielScientific Publication
Scholastic Coach April 2004 THE PHARMACEUTICAL ATHLETE:What can we do about all the athletes on drugsGideon ArielScientific Publication
Scholastic Coach December 1983 STRUCTURING AWINNING TEAM WITH THE HELP OF SCIENCECOACHES preparing for a contest will gather all the information they can on the opponent's strategy and individual strengths and weaknesses.Gideon ArielScientific Publication
Scholastic Coach January 1984 THE "Bio" SIDE OF MODERN "BIOMECNANICS" Our coaches must become more sophisticated in their knowledge, equipment, and techniquesGideon ArielScientific Publication
Scholastic Coach February 1984 THE "Mechanics" IN MODERN "BIOMECHANIC"The interaction between the "bio" and the "mechanics" enables the coach to optimize the athlete's performanceGideon ArielScientific Publication
Science & VIE June 1980 La Machine A Fabriquer Des ChampionsLe reve de tout sportif est d'ameliorer ses performances.Francoise Harrois Publication in Media
Science Digest June 1982 The Human MachineComputers analyze a swimmer's stroke; special boots pump a weak heart; electricity helps the paralyzed walk again. A new science is creating The Human Machine.Jeffrey KlugerPublication in Media
Science Digest September 1989 Building the Athlete of the FutureResearchers are deciphering the Biomechanics of Motion and the Chemistry of StrengthPatricia LoverockPublication in Media
Science Now January 1982 Leap Ahead With BiomechanicsThe body is a machine like any other. Analyze its performance on a computer and startling things happenUnknownPublication in Media
Scientific Foundations of Sports Medicine April 1989 BiomechanicsBiomechanics is an integration of the two disciplines of biology ("bio") and physics ("mechanics").Gideon ArielScientific Publication
Sky May 1984 PlayingSports involve dynamic motion and strategy. That boils downto engineering and mathematics, two enasin which computers always win.SKPublication in Media
Smithsonian July 1980 Sports Scientists train athletes do defy old limitsBy analyzing many neuromuscular functions with treadmills, test tubes and computers, researchers are learning what it takes to win.Jay StullerPublication in Media
Smithsonian July 1980 Sports Scientists Train Athletes to Defy Old LimitsBy analyzing many neuromuscular functions with treadmills, test tubes and computers, researchers are learning what it takes to winJay StullerPublication in Media
Southwest Magazine June 1984 Training the Olympic EliteFrom ancient Greece to the Iron Curtain on to Los Angeles, Olympic training has evolved as a high-powered scienceDavid M. StewartPublication in Media
Spectrum May 1985 Body building goes high-techThe integrated circuit plays a big role in making exercise in the home more fun while measuring both real-time and longer-term effectsMark A. FischettiPublication in Media
Speculations in Science and Technology August 1996 Optimization of human performance for all agesbiomechanical principles of movement, the scientific bases of training and fitness, and the optimization of human performance at any ageGideon ArielScientific Publication
Sports Illustrated August 1977 Gideon Ariel And His Magic MachineIf you want to run faster, throw farther or jump higherGideon Ariel And His Magic MachinePublication in Media
Sports Illustrated January 1980 Really Making TracksEngineers have given indoor runners faster tracksReally Making TracksPublication in Media
Sports Injury Management a Quarterly Series March 1988 Evaluation of Isokinetic EquipmentAriel Computerized Exercise System ACESTerry R. MaloneScientific Publication
Sports Mirror August 1983 The games robots play are revolutionizing tactics and trainingGideon Ariel is a computer whiz. He's also an athlete and a businessman. At present, he's the nation's foremost proponent of the use of computers in sportsSMPublication in Media
Sportswise New York September 1984 The World According to GideonIs he a genius or a madman? A dreamer or a schemer? An apostle of high-tech athletics? Bob CondorPublication in Media
Strength and Health October 1970 Barbells on CampusThe University of Massachusetts Weight TraingingPaul NiemiPublication in Media
Tennis June 1984 CAN A COMPUTER DEVELOPA CHAMPION?It's been my dream since starting to work with my associate, Dr. Gideon Ariel, director of the Coto Research Center, to have a tennis player turn himself over to scienceVIC BRADENPublication in Media
Tennis Magazine December 1979 Le Tennis Annee Zero?Une Decouverte risque de revolutionner lenseignement et la pratique du tennis, que ion ne verra peut-etre plus jamais avec le meme oeilDocteur T.M.Publication in Media
THE AGE January 1978 Role for computermotion picture, and then slow motion, has been immeasureable help in the coaching of sports technique.Ron ClarkePublication in Media
The Ariel Computerized Exercise System-Back January 1980 The only system that isolate single joints for functional diagnosis and exerciseThe CES Back machineADI Inc.Publication in Media
The Ariel Computerizeed Exercise System-Arm/Leg January 1980 The only system that isolate single joints for functional diagnosis and exerciseThe CES Arm/Leg MachineADI Inc.Publication in Media
The Boston Globe December 1978 Switched-On SportsIn Amherst, Gideon Ariel is putting athletes' movements into computers and coming up with ways to improve performance. Lesley VisserPublication in Media
The Canadian Society of Biomechanics December 1974 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF RESISTANCE EXERCISE EQUIPMENTThe Science behind Exercise EquipmentGideon Ariel, Ph.D.Scientific Publication
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR April 2004 Athletes' gadget aids businessesThe Olympics Committee finds this system so useful that it has had one installed at headquarters in Colorado SpringsMarjorie CoeymanPublication in Media
The First Air Shoes Invention August 1978 Creating the first Air Shoe, before NikePublished in the Daily Hampshire Gazetter 1978Milton ColePublication in Media
The International Track and Field August 2001 Optimizing Performance Through High TechProceedings to the Track And Field World Championship, Edmonton Canada, 2001Edited by George DalesPublication in Media
The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness September 1973 The effect of anabolic steroid upon skeletal muscle contractile forceAnabolic Steroids use has been extended by "power event" athletes who have attempted to develop increased muscular contractile forceGIDEON ARIELScientific Publication
The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness September 1973 The effect of anabolic steroid upon skeletal muscle contractile forceTheir use has been extended by "power event" athletes who have attempted to develop increased muscular contractile force.Gideon ArielScientific Publication
The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness June 1974 Residual effect of an anabolic steroid upon isotonic muscular forceAnabolic steroids have been utilized in an effort to accelerate the acquisition of muscular force and body weight.Gideon ArielScientific Publication
The Miami Herald March 1980 Mr. Computer's ViewsHere are random Gideon Ariel observations on sportsMHPublication in Media
The Montreal Star July 1979 Computer Athlete Becoming RealityBionic AthleteKay CassillPublication in Media
The New Englander May 1977 In Search of the Optimal SprintCBA, Inc., not only tells Olympic athletes how to better their best marks, it helps design shoes for pregnant women.Nat RutsteinPublication in Media
The New Englander January 1977 In Search of The Optimal SprintCBA, Inc. not nly tells olympic Athletes how to better their best marks, but much more.Nat RusteinPublication in Media
The New Your Times Magazine October 1980 Medicine Catches up with the Sports Boomhumans need to keep the body-machine in trim to achieve a sense of physical and mental well-beingNMPublication in Media
The Olympian May 1981 California Dreamin'The USA women's volleyball team rose from nothing to an Olympic medal contender after its stay in Colorado Springs for over two years at the Olympic Training Center.Laurel BrasseyPublication in Media
The Olympian March 1978 Sports MedicineThe First Sports Medicine Commettee meeting at Squaw Valley Olympic Training CenterOlympianPublication in Media
The Olympian January 1979 Biomechanical assessment of athletic performanceBiomechanical analysis generally begins with high speed cinematography which allows careful scrutiny of even the fastest of human movementsGideon ArielPublication in Media
The Olympian February 1979 Biomechanical assessment of athletic performanceinternational interest in competitive athleticsGideon Ariel and Irving DardikPublication in Media
The Olympian September 1977 The center of attentionThe first USOC Olympic Training Center in Squaw Valley offers elite, and talented young athletes the unique opportunity of its specialized facilities.Kim FoltzPublication in Media
The Orange County Register March 2004 Call him a man in motionWho's This?Leo JuarezPublication in Media
The Physician and Sportsmedicine May 1979 Gideon Ariel, Computernik-BiomechanistGideon Ariel is a single-minded problem-solverDavid WhieldonPublication in Media
The Runner March 1980 Future ShoeMass meets machine - the computer tells allJames C.G. ConniffPublication in Media
The Times-Picayune December 1979 Bringing Athletics from Middle AgesAs Director of Biomechanics for the U.S. Olympic Committee, he'll help prepare American athletes ROBERT STECKELPublication in Media
The United States Olympic Committee January 1980 Certificate of AppreciationIn carrying out the highest traditions of Olympism to Gideon ArielUSOCGeneral Interest
Therapeutics Through Exercise February 1979 Therapeutics Through ExerciseEquipment Safety and EffectivenessGideon ArielScientific Publication
Tietosanomat December 1979 Tietokone avuksi olympia-valmennukseenArticle in FinlandJesse Ja Bob KuninkaitaPublication in Media
Time Magazine October 1989 Teaching Tennis To ToadsVic Braden, coach extraordinaire, uses humor and physics to show nonstars how to improve their moves on the courts and ski slopesLeon JaroffPublication in Media
Times Picayune May 1975 Any Old Shoe Won't Do for Athletic EfficiencyAs far as athletes are concerned, just any old shoe won't doPodine SchoenbergerPublication in Media
Tonus November 1979 Ou Vale port De Haut Nimeau?L'athlete de haut niveau....Anne Marie PureauScientific Publication
Track & Field News December 1977 Dr. Ariel's Revolutionary Computerized BiomechanicsTech TalkDr. Ariel's Revolutionary Computerized BiomechanicsPublication in Media
Track and Field News December 1977 Dr. Ariel's Revolutionary Computerized BiomechanicsHow the APAS system prepare the US Olympics Athletes for the Next OlympicsBob HershPublication in Media
U.S. News May 1984 The Olympics Spin Off New ProductsShoes, beverages, easy-topedal bikes-they're just a few of the goods coming out of sports trainingAlvin SanoffPublication in Media
U.S. Sports Academy October 1988 EducationUnited States Sports AcademyGideon ArielPublication in Media
Universal Centurion June 1975 Universal's Amazing New CenturionThe first scientific exercise machine in the World.Universal Gym EquipmentProducts and Services
Universal Gym Equipment April 1974 Understanding The Scientific Bases Behind Our Universal CenturionThe ultimate builder of larger, stronger, faster and more capable athletes.Understanding The Scientific Bases Behind Our Universal CenturionProducts and Services
Universal Gym Euqipment June 1976 The Universal New Leg Extension MachineFor the first time ever, there's a new Dynamic Variable Resistance leg extension machine that recognizes the full complexity of the knee.Univeral GymPublication in Media
US May 1977 Want a better athlete? Now scientists can build one for youGive me a kid with natural abilities and nothing can stop us from making him the best in the worldGaylen MoorePublication in Media
US Magazine May 1977 Want a better athlete?Now scientists can build one for youWant a better athlete?Publication in Media
USA TODAY April 1989 ARE BLACKS BETTER ATHLETESTonight, NBC looks at blacks in sportsDavid Leon MoorePublication in Media
USAIR October 1980 The High Priest of BiomechanicsWith his computers, movie cameras, electronic pens, and boundless enthusiasm, Gideon Ariel Helps athletes become world championsAl BarkowPublication in Media
USAIR March 1984 INTRODUCING THE REAL America's TeamThe USA National Women's Volleyball Team Barry TarshisVolleyball
UUSI SUOMI October 1979 Tietokone-terveempi vaihtoehto valmennukseenArticle in FinlandJuhani ReinikainenPublication in Media
Vogue July 1979 Breast FitnessWomen with very large breasts must use extra cautionVMPublication in Media
Vogue Spo9rt April 1984 Gideon Ariel: Une Puce Dans Vos BasketsA l'abri des regards indiscrets, dans une vallee perdue de CalifornieJacques GaucheyPublication in Media
Volleyball Monthly April 1983 Coaching by Computerframe-by-frame, body-segment-by-bodysegment analysis, allows Ariel to capture the stance and posture of Hyman's bodyVMVolleyball
Weekly Reader March 1981   WRPublication in Media
Wilson-Ariel Brochure January 1986 Wilson-Ariel ProductsBrochure from 1986Gideon ArielProducts and Services
Winnipeg Free Press November 1979 Scientist blows the whistleTo learn which sport the youngster should spend his high school and college years masteringEarl GustkeyPublication in Media
World of Sport January 1984 Enter the Computerized CompetitorThe Dawn of a Digital Future for Sports?Enter the Computerized CompetitorPublication in Media
World of Sport July 1984 Enter The Computerized CompetitorWhat you will find more and more is that sports in the future will rely on science, rather than guessing and witchcraftSteven SlonPublication in Media
World Tennis March 1979 Can Computers Teach Tennis?The pro of the future may be depending on an assistant with a heart of transistors and a high-speed camera for an eye.Neil AmdurPublication in Media

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