We focused on four areas of athlete performance that aren’t addressed by the commercial charters most teams use today. Recovery areas neutralize the negative effects of air travel on the body and accelerate injury diagnosis and treatment through in-flight biometrics and analysis. Ice- and compression sleeves built directly into the aircraft’s sidewall foster circulation and promote healing. Noise-reducing technologies and lie-flat seats/beds designed for the extreme body proportions of many athletes create ideal sleeping conditions. And mental preparation is supported through OLED screens and large touchscreen monitors that enable individuals and groups to review game film while in-transit.
There is a fine line between people protecting their privacy and sharing their lives with the public. I think that line is that famous star athletes should be able to post about major things in their lives that are going to be on the news. However, when they post everything about every day, that seems to be a bit too much. Someone who I like to watch is Justin Verlander of the Detroit Tigers. He is a very good pitcher and even threw a no-hitter and I think I would consider him a role model of baseball. However, there have been a few of his games I have watched where he wasn’t up to my expectations. But then I remember that he is only human and that everyone has their off days. Someone who is no longer a fan but simply idealizes the person would be someone who expects the player to play a perfect game and get upset because he/she wasn’t amazing.