Posts tagged with ‘Monitoring’

  • Collecting Data From Your Athletes for FREE!

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 04/02/2017

    In this video I am showing you how to easily create survey, send it to the athletes and get their responses directly to the Annual Planner for Sport. The solution showed in the video is the simplest and completely free system to get you and your squad organized and it is FREE!

  • The Simplest Way To Monitoring Your Training

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 22/01/2017

    We are witnessing tremendous increase in measuring technologies, and it seems that if you are not measuring and monitoring you are not training. Unfortunately (or luckily) a lot of clubs cannot afford 30 units GPS systems, OmegaWave, Dexa scan and you name it. Being on the budget (or no budget), what can you do to be better than nothing?

  • Interview with Cristian Osgnach on Metabolic Power

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 18/01/2017

    I had the pleasure to interview Cristian Osgnach, who is one of the leading researchers and pioneers of Metabolic Power concept, as well as involved in GPEXE project, which is 20Hz GPS performance monitor & analytical system for professional sports. Enyoj!

  • Predicting Injuries Using Banister Model – The Addendum

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 14/10/2016

    Predicting Injuries Using Banister Model – The Addendum A year ago I tried to use Banister model to predict injuries, but I recently realized I made an error implementing link function. So, I decided to do one more try and correct the problem. In the video below I am using three training load metrics (RPE Load, Odometer and High...

  • Couple of Thought to AMS Developers and Vendors

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 28/03/2016

    In 2014 I wrote a blog post entitled Couple Ideas to Make AMS Products Better in which I gave couple of advices for Athlete Management Software developers and vendors. Consider this as an addendum and …

  • Interesting Videos on Moxy

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 11/11/2015

    Moxy Monitor is an oxygen muscle monitor that seems like an interesting technology that could be used to monitor training, but also get a glimpse into “bottle necks” of performance (which in my opinion is the goal of “prescriptive” monitoring). So I think Moxy could be useful, although I never tried it and I am not sure how the…

  • R Playbook: Injury Prediction using Random Forest

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 02/11/2015

    This is the problem I have been wrestling with for some time and I tried to solve it using Bannister model. I even asked for help on Twitter and couple of data scientists suggested taking a look into “functional data analysis” or creating summary variables and performing regression/classification (which I did here).

  • GPS Applications in Team Sports

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 18/10/2015

    This is a webinar I did for Meeting of the Minds Conference organized by Brendan Chaplin in March, 2015. In this webinar I am covering applications of the GPS technology in team sports. It lasts approximately 90minutes and I cover plenty of ground.

  • Agile Planning in Sports Training

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 18/09/2015

    Agile Planning in Sports Training How do we manage uncertainty and risk in training planning? What is Agile Periodization approach to this and how it can be implemented? How is this similar/different to more traditional approaches? What is “Waterfall” method of planning? There is another way to look at training planning taking into account “modern” constraints imposed on athletes and coaches, along with managing...

  • Predicting Performance Using Rolling Averages

    By Mladen Jovanovic on 08/09/2015

    I wrote before on using Banister model to predict performance and injury from training load. In the video below I am talking about using rolling averages to predict performance, as well as explaining differences between supervised and unsupervised learning and model overfit. Members can download the Excel workbook below the video and follow the “exercises” and play with the…

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