Virtual reality for sports training is becoming an option for many athletes. While it’s not for everyone, it does have potential to help support the development of technique and even help minimise some injury risks.
Speed training is a difference-maker in many sports, and technology can play a massive role in shaving milliseconds off your sprint time. But when it comes to that all-important tech, where do you start?
Load management isn’t just for elite athletes – knowing exactly how much and how hard young athletes train is one way to help keep them fit and healthy.
Training load monitoring and management is an important step in the process of setting up a team or athlete to be prepared for a competitive season.
Concussion technology is an ever-growing area of importance for many collision sports, with cutting-edge mouthguards being developed in the hope of helping prevent or minimise head knocks.
Just a few years ago, suggesting virtual reality as a training method would have got you laughed out of the room – now many elite and amateur athletes are using it with great success.
GPS analysis can often be confusing, with thousands of metrics and the need for highly specific reporting, so how on earth do you select the right key performance indicators?
Force plates are used to analyse the ground reaction force of athletes during walks, runs, or other physical exercises like jumping. But how do coaches and athletes get the most out of them?
Elite athletes have access to teams of coaches and sport scientists, who use sports technology to drive performance. But amateur athletes can also benefit from the latest tech, too.
It’s important to understand your athlete’s maximal force capacity, but unless you have a bulbous budget, measuring it can be a difficult task. Learn more!