This anthology collects articles on SimpliFaster that highlight best practices for training with the Sprint, Quantum, and Syncro from 1080 Motion. Including work from Carl Valle, Chris Korfist, and Cameron Josse, the blogs compiled in this post showcase a wide range of methods and strategies for applying resistance and assistance in speed training, as well as how to program movements with variable resistance and loading. For coaches, physical therapists, and high performance professionals, we include relevant information on data collection, research, and conceptual foundations for the training systems.
A compilation presenting a complete list of articles on SimpliFaster that dive into details of the GymAware system. Including work from Carl Valle, Bryan Mann, and Shane Davenport, the blogs anthologized in this post highlight the best ways to apply velocity-based training (VBT) and weight room tracking. We included all of the relevant articles that showcase what is possible with the hardware and cover key concepts that are extremely useful for coaches.
The MyFreelap app can share timing data with other accounts in real time. This is accomplished by creating a group and adding other member accounts to the group. It is possible to create multiple groups with different members in each group. Groups can be created in either the myfreelap.com account using a browser or in […]
Follow the steps below to update the firmware of a Freelap FxChip BLE. Install the Freelap Device Manager (FDM) on a mobile device. Turn ON a Tx Junior Pro transmitter (any mode Start, Lap, Finish will work). Place the FxChip BLE directly on top of the transmitter. Press the circle arrow on the FDM app […]
At SimpliFaster, we aim to be both forward-focused and forward-thinking, and we’ve got big things in store in 2019. Before we flip the calendar, however, join us for a look back at our coverage and scope in 2018.
Barbell and weight room tracking devices are one of the largest sports technology markets. While most coaches want tools that effectively measure barbell speed, velocity-based training has evolved to include weight room monitoring, since determining bar speed is just part of what the technology can do. This buyer’s guide will give insight on the capabilities of the entire market and help a coach or sport scientist determine how to invest in a solution.
In this buyer’s guide, we provide details for investing in hypoxic chambers. We cover the necessary terminology, science, and practical considerations so coaches and high performance staff will have the necessary information to get their athletes started on training and/or sleeping at altitude.
In last few years, body oxygenation measurement systems for sports have entered the market, promising performance enhancement by using the data in training and recovery. A few systems have been validated to be useful in sports performance, making this guide on muscle oxygenation necessary for sport scientists, coaches, and medical professionals.
Metabolic testing is scientifically valid, relevant to sports performance, and more practical now because of system design changes over the years. If you’re considering purchasing a metabolic gas analysis system, this guide explains how gas exchange analyzers work, the companies and products currently in the market, and what the product’s future will look like.
Recovery is of utmost importance to coaches and sports medicine professionals, and compression systems are one solution that may help athletes cope with heavy training or dense competition schedules. This buyer’s guide features background on the medical history and theoretical benefits of pneumatic compression recovery systems, a full explanation of how they function, and a look at seven systems that are currently popular in team and elite sport.