The study of how coaches interact with their athletes and use technology and data to analyse performance is known as coaching science. This field of study tries to understand what makes athletes ‘tick’ and how coaches can use psychology and technology in order to improve their performance.

As the world of coaching is very complex, our aim is to simplify that science so that coaches, athletes, and everybody else can understand how to use coaching, psychology, and data in order to improve sports performance.

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