NBC BLACK ATHLETES
Black Athletes Fact and Fiction Part II
Controversial comparison of Black and White athletic performance
GIDEON B. ARIEL, PH.D.
1939 – 2019 (C) All rights reserved
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Science serving Industry, Sports, and Human Performance
THE ARIEL PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS SYSTEM (APAS).
APAS is a video-based 3D motion analysis system. APAS can capture video from multiple cameras simultaneously and perform a biomechanical analysis automatically. Any high resolution video at any speed is supported. High-speed video with h.264 video codecs is supported in .mov .mp4, and .avi video formats.
ARIEL COMPUTERIZED EXERCISE SYSTEM (ACES)
The most unique system and advanced technology on the market today. The personal computer approach to the practice of resistance exercise is a quantum change in both thinking and application. The “artificial intelligent” technology puts resistance exercise into a broad new realm of possibilities for physical conditioning, sports training, rehabilitation, medical evaluation, research and executive fitness.
THE DISCUS THROWER AND HIS DREAM FACTORY
As a child in Israel, Dr. Gideon Ariel had five goals—breaking the Israeli records in the shot put and discus, representing Israel in the Olympic Games, studying at a university in America, becoming a multimillionaire and owning a Cadillac. These goals might have seemed unobtainable to a young man on the way to juvenile delinquency, but picking up the discus changed all that. And one sailing, floating throw of a discus in a single competitive event set him on a path to becoming a world-renowned biomechanist and operating his own dream factory.