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Esports coach Ilias Pajoheshfar

Ilias Pajoheshfar, G-Science and Clashzone Performance coach Who are you and what you are currently doing? My name is Ilias Pajoheshfar. I’m 20 years old and currently studying coaching at university in London. I’m an esports coach focused on performance. I also started a coaching organisation called Clash Zone. How did you get involved in…

The future of esports performance…

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The current state of esports athletes overall health is not something that we, members of the esports industry, should be proud of.  Players are training for endless hours, with little to no routine. Their lifestyles largely consist of consuming highly caffeinated energy drinks in excess, achieving inadequate quality levels of sleep and adopting very sedentary…

G-Science and NSG, working together to take esports to the next level…

G-Science and NSG

We are proud to officially announce our partnership with Nuclear Storm Gaming (NSG), the largest esports organisation in Ireland. At G-Science, we are focused on eliminating burnout within esports. Our vision is to shift the whole ethos of the esports community. We aim to use our athlete monitoring system to facilitate smarter training through providing…

Caffeine: the good, the bad and the ugly

G-Science is caffeine good or bad esports

Caffeine is a naturally occurring dietary ingredient which is found in coffee beans, cacao beans, kola nuts, guarana berries, and tea leaves including yerba mate (1).  In the 21st century, the consumption of caffeine – particularly within the esports community, has become more and more popular, making it the most widely consumed legal stimulant to date (2) with over…

How to reduce injury risk in esports

G-Science common esports injuries how to prevent injury

In today's world, injury and esports are two words that, when combined, receive little attention. This is most likely due to misconceptions regarding the amount of physical and mental stress endured by gamers. However, for the vast majority of gamers – both amateur and elite, playing anywhere from 10-15 hours a day is far from abnormal…

We have lift off – Propel 2019 has begun

Well, what a whirlwind first few weeks. Such a whirlwind that if I’m totally honest with you, I’m going into week five and only just writing my week one blog. So, with my newly learnt (forced) time management skills, I’m amalgamating a few weeks into one – to utilise my time most efficiently. Truthfully, I…