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Celliant’s New Year Countdown: Top Five Moments in Sports History

Michael Jordan at the free throw line, nearly sidelined by the flu; Jim Braddock, the Cinderella Man, throwing a punch for Depression-era America; Seabiscuit coming around the bend. These are the inspirational moments that make us keep coming back to sports—moments of excitement and adrenaline, the rush of joy and the thrill of victory. At Celliant, these […]

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Celliant Fan of the Month: Meet Gina Stephens-Taylor, Zumba Instructor

The body as a source of energy drives our research at the Celliant lab. Our fans also serve as a source of inspiration to our research.  We get excited to hear how Celliant technology is improving their performance and recovery every day and that’s why we’ve built a vibrant community on Facebook and Twitter. Each month, we will […]

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Testing the Limits of Human Potential—A Conversation with Dr. Coyle

This is the first post in a three-part series of conversations with Dr. Michael Coyle, the Chief Science Officer at Celliant. Dr. Coyle is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in Human Performance at the University of Indiana-Bloomington and an expert in cardiopulmonary physiology. Dr. Michael Coyle focuses his research on the limits of human potential. […]

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The Human Body is a Source of Energy

What if the energy our body gives off simply by doing everyday activities could be captured and put to use? Does that sound like an idea from the future? It’s not. Allow us to explain. Around the world, scientists are finding innovative ways to harness human energy and apply it to other activities. We often […]

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