Each sport has a unique analysis model dependent on the key purpose of the analysis. Most teams have now refined their analysis to 2-4 indicators of session volume, intensity and player work rate. Our expert staff will help you refine your approach to analysis, ensure the questions you’re asking post-training are answered.
View the total load of training, games or training week.
Distance – Total distance, distance above speed
High Speed Distance
Acceleration & Deceleration Count
Body Load – Accumulated Body Load score
Heart Rate – Time above threshold, HR Exertion
Used to assess peak intensity in a session or game.
High Speed Distance (Sprints) – Distance above a speed threshold
Maximum Speed – Peak speed achieved in the session
Maximal Acceleration – Peak acceleration in the session
Maximum Heart Rate – Peak heart rate in the session
Work Rate Indicators
Measure the intensity of a drill, session to game. Compare drills to games, changes in games speed and compare athletes.
High Speed Distance /min
Body Load /min
Athlete monitoring provides the user with objective, accurate feedback on the load of training. In doing so, coaches can confidently plan training knowing their decisions are based on reliable data. The key components of a successful season in any sport are maximising athletic performance and minimising injuries. The following identifies how coaches can do both using the GPSports system.
Improve Team Performance
True periodisation models
Player conditioning accurately tracked and monitored
High and low performers quickly identified
Accurately manipulate the loading model of athletes returning from injury
Training to the positional demands of the game
Conditioning drills to overload game intensity
Players to be compared objectively
Identify at risk athletes based on their loading profile
Manage athlete or teams exposure to key variables that relate to soft tissue injury
Identify ‘break points’ with respect to training load and injury
Accurately quantify loads to ensure loading and recovery objectives are achieved.