Imagine being able to Monitor and Model every step, jump, catch, kick, throw or shot a player makes in real time without the need for uncomfortable or inhibiting gadgetry –either your own or the opposition. Using Trak Performance, coaches, fitness experts and other sports specialists can analyze virtually any court or field game using a computer.
All you need is to record the action you want analyzed, and you can then put a Spotlight on specific time intervals and information. Trak Performance provides real data so you can objectively create Game Specific Training Drills, monitor your athletes’ performance throughout the season and develop game day milestones and objectives.
Game Specific training drills
Trak Performance enables you to gather accurate, objective information about the changing physical demands of any court or field sport. The power of this in-depth information is in your ability to construct game specific training drills that meet the changing needs of the team across the season.
It is widely accepted that the physical requirements of competitive sport dramatically change throughout the season as athletes get fatigued and injured, and players change positions – Trak Performance helps you to identify these changes and be proactive in adapting training and game tactics to match.
Monitor and Model
The physical nature of Trak Performance allows you to not only monitor your own players physical outputs but also that of your opposition. Do you know what it takes to be the best in the competition?
Imagine tracking every step, sprint, jump of each of the most successful players in the league, and the power of taking that information and designing training routines and drills for your own athletes to meet these exacting demands.
Spotlight and Learn
You often hear statements like “We lost the game in the last 5 minutes of the first half”. With Trak Performance you are able to objectively drill down to specific time periods and analyze exactly what occurred from a numbers perspective. Extremely compelling!
Take it one-step further and import this data into SportsCode and you can now match the numbers with the actual game footage.