Help your Athletes perform better and stay healthy with athlete monitoring.

In this round table discussion, Coach Jayme Comer, Dr. Jay Dawes and Adam Vogel discuss how to implement various physiological monitoring and performance technologies at the high school level to individualize athletes training programs, improve resilience, and decrease risk of injury. Topics in this session, include: using technology to guide program design, how to analyze information in a time efficient manner, as well as specific training tools to assess training load, recovery, bar velocity and movement proficiency.

Learning Objectives:

  • Utilizing tech
  • Utilizing and organizing data
  • Using catapult
  • Misleading data





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