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“In addition to being an alert and monitoring tool, Riddell InSite provides actionable information from the field that coaches can use to better prepare athletes for safer play…”
Swift Performance has been designing sports monitoring systems and performance measurement products for over 20 years. They provide the state of the art, SpeedLight Timing system, the EZEJUMP, and sports monitoring systems to fit any program.
Polar Team Pro combines GPS and motion tracking technology with heart rate monitoring to create solutions for player performance tracking at some of the top programs across the country.
AFCAWeekly spoke with the staff at Clemson, LSU, Oregon, Princeton and Villanova, to see what they had to say about using Polar Team Pro.
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Athletes need the proper fuel to be at their peak performance, and it seems like nutritious sources of protein are at the top of almost everyone’s priority list. That’s why Core Power offers an ELITE 42g High Protein Milk Shake.
No matter how “old-school” a coach you think you are, whether you realize it or not, technology is affecting the culture of coaching sports. And that’s not a bad thing.
Many times coaches find it difficult to explain why they made certain decisions, whether it’s going for it on fourth down or deciding whether to break out that one dynamic trick play they installed during the offseason. Jason Gallucci, the Director of Performance at Princeton University, explains the importance of having data to inform the decision making process.
Former West Point wide receiver is giving back to the game while serving his country. Life lessons learned through football are opening up ways to help give other student athletes the opportunities he’s had.
There is nothing wrong with healthy competition, especially if it leaves a positive impact on a team. Successful coaches understand the importance of fostering an environment where everyone strives to get better, but how do you create competition with factors that have long been viewed as intangible like heart and effort?
Before getting too far into planning the specifics of a plyometric program, James Radcliffe says the prudent approach is to look honestly and carefully at issues that could affect safe participation in such intense training.