Physiological monitoring is an effective method of getting direct information on the way the body responds to the demands of sport, and monitoring athletes is now a staple in team training. We did the heavy lifting in this buyer’s guide to enable you to make the right choice in picking the right system.
Considering a new sport camera and/or camcorder for video analysis? We’ve done the research for you, including the essential details on type, components, mounting, and grade that you need to know before you make a purchase.
This buyer’s guide to sports timing for speed will help coaches determine if they need to invest in a sports timing system. It also examines the nuances of testing speed and presents the top sports timing options for them to choose from.
Many teams and colleges are unsure about what they want when it comes to an Athlete Management System, tending to buy only because their competitors use an AMS product. This guide will help you select the right AMS software for your needs by giving salient information on the product background, terminology, components, and functionality. We also present the top 10 AMS vendors based on market usage and projected outlook.
Over the last couple of years, sports technology has shifted from measuring general body motion to measuring foot action. In the next five years, SimpliFaster expects the pressure mapping product space to grow exponentially, with companies fighting over the data to monetize the capture and analysis of athlete gait. This buyer’s guide explains the role of pressure mapping in sport and introduces the products and companies currently operating in the pressure mapping industry.
While flywheels aren’t a new technology, flywheel systems have been increasing in popularity thanks to proponents of loading the body to assist in rehabilitation. Several companies provide flywheel training equipment, and some have taken the product to new levels with their designs. We’ve put together this buyer’s guide to help differentiate the components of great flywheel products and to provide a rollup of the leading flywheel providers in the industry today.
Tracking and managing the external load of training is here for good, so it’s time for coaches to learn about the athlete tracking systems currently available. Beyond simply what’s popular, this buyer’s guide explains the evolution of the equipment and software so coaches can see where things are going before investing a lot of money in them.
In this article, we outline the important things to consider when making the decision to buy a set or multiple sets of force plates. We also list the commonly advertised systems for coaches, and which are used more for research.